San Francisco Seafood Quiche

San Francisco Seafood Quiche created by Funliven

If you like seafood, this is the quiche for you! Serve it with a mixed fruit salad or a green salad and a glass of good white wine! Originally from an old cookbook of mine. I especially like the fact that it makes two quiches- one to eat and one to freeze for later!

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ingredients

  • 2 unbaked pie shells
  • 1 (6 ounce) package frozen king crab meat, thawed and drained
  • 1 12 cups cooked shrimp, chopped
  • 8 ounces swiss cheese, shredded
  • 12 cup celery, finely diced
  • 12 cup green onion, thinly sliced, including green part
  • 1 cup mayonnaise
  • 2 tablespoons flour
  • 1 cup dry white wine
  • 4 eggs, slightly beaten

directions

  • Combine crabmeat,shrimp,cheese,green onions, and celery.
  • In another bowl, combine mayonnaise,flour,wine, and eggs.
  • Mix all ingredients together well, and divide the mixture between the two pie shells.
  • Bake pies in a 350°F preheated oven for 35-40 minutes or until a knife inserted into the middle comes out clean.
  • Quiches may be frozen before baking; bake frozen quiche in 350°Foven for 50 minutes.
  • Leftover quiche may be heated in a 300°F oven for 15 minutes.
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@Leslie in Texas
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"If you like seafood, this is the quiche for you! Serve it with a mixed fruit salad or a green salad and a glass of good white wine! Originally from an old cookbook of mine. I especially like the fact that it makes two quiches- one to eat and one to freeze for later!"

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  1. Connie C.
    This quiche baked up beautifully, but was very strong and fishy tasting. It was not a hit at my house. My son and boyfriend would not eat it. The crab flavor was a bit overwhelming, completely overshadowing the more delicate shrimp flavor. Next time I will use less crabmeat.
  2. CastlegarJeff
    I had never made a pie shell from scratch before yesterday...and I had never made a quiche before (I am a relative newbie to cooking even though I am 50!!) Anyway..this turned out beautifully! I will definitely make it again! It is in my cookbook... LOL
  3. psloat
    This one is a keeper! I made this recipe - with some minor adjustments - to suit what I had on hand. but the bones of this recipe are really good. had a lot of rave reviews with this recipe - had to forward it to a few people. <br/><br/>substituted the celery - for red and orange bell pepper<br/>cut the wine in half - used dry rose instead of white <br/>added 10% cream to eggs <br/>substituted the seafood with - 2 cans of canned crab meat and one can of shrimp cocktail<br/>substituted the swiss cheese with - yellow and white shredded cheddar and added 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese <br/>add freshly chopped italian parsley
  4. psloat
    This one is a keeper! I made this recipe - with some minor adjustments - to suit what I had on hand. but the bones of this recipe are really good. had a lot of rave reviews with this recipe - had to forward it to a few people. <br/><br/>substituted the celery - for red and orange bell pepper<br/>cut the wine in half - used dry rose instead of white <br/>added 10% cream to eggs <br/>substituted the seafood with - 2 cans of canned crab meat and one can of shrimp cocktail<br/>substituted the swiss cheese with - yellow and white shredded cheddar and added 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese <br/>add freshly chopped italian parsley
  5. Funliven
    I have always wanted to make quiche, but was afraid to try. Then, a friend asked me to make it for Saturday brunch and I did. I can never say no when someone asks me to cook:) This recipe seemed perfect and it was. I added scallops, extra shrimp, an extra egg, used lump crab meat,a bit more wine because of the extra ingredients. Oh, I used gruyere instead of swiss. My friend was very pleased with the outcome and so was I. If you love quiche and seafood then this is certainly a recipe to try.
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