Very easy recipe for the average chef. My husband loves quiche, but is allergic to swiss, one of the most common ingredients found in store bought quiche. I thought I would try my hand at this dish. He really liked it. It was a little soggy, but only a little. I would try reducing my milk or try baking the crust like other suggested. I added garlic salt instead of regular salt. Also added a random amount of pepper. I didn't use the butter in the egg/milk mix because I ran out of butter in the middle of prepping. Also followed suggestions of a number of reviewers and cooked it about an hour. So, I modified only slightly, sticking to the recipe overall. Oh and if you are wondering what to pair with it. I served my quiche with an arugula/spinach salad with yellow onions grape tomatoes, cucumbers, and olives dressed with zesty italian. Also added a side of canned sliced peaches. It was an easy meal and what we had in the house. Initially I was going to do the old "speghetti-dinner" tonight, but I was glad to try something different!
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Very easy recipe for the average chef. My husband loves quiche, but is allergic to swiss, one...