Flexitarian, Vegetarian, Vegan Quiche
07/12/2017 quiche recipe
Crustless quiche is the more manageable cousin of a full-on quiche recipe. I also added ham that I diced up as the final layer before pouring in the custard. We will send you a text containing the list of ingredients for this recipe and a link to access the method. Anyways, after removing the quiche from the oven and letting set for 15 minutes, cutting into it reveal a very watery bottom.
What do others think about that F&W photo-does that crust look like the top was trimmed off by a knife??! You may decide you love the flavors of the green bell peppers, broccoli, onions and mushroom and don’t miss the non-vegan ingredients such as cheese. Although if you’ve not tried making a pie crust, that recipe is foolproof and fabulous!
It may sound unexpected to some but the marriage of fresh goat cheese and spinach is sublime! I would use a standard 9-inch pie pan and you can definitely make your own crust if you prefer! No fluted crust in necessary since, like a tart, the crust is flush with the filling.
I’m concerned the crust would get soggy in the microwave (and it’s likely to be in a metal pie plate) which shouldn’t go into the microwave. Spur of the moment and I think I’m going to get a simple bench with a cushion at some point in time. I used broccoli instead of spinach because my husband doesn’t eat spinach and it was amazing.
I’ve got to admit, though, I am somehow relieved to hear that a very seasoned cook such as you struggles with pie crust. An outstanding basic cheese quiche recipe relies a lot on a few simple tips and tricks. With feta cheese, tomatoes, ham and other fresh ingredients, this egg-based quiche is low in carbs and tastes every bit as good as its pastry counterpart.