Very good. Had to make some substitutions based on what I had available. Instead of bacon, used about 2/3 cup of chopped ham (leftover from Easter). Omitted butter and salt, but lightly sauteed the diced onions in olive oil and blotted dry before putting in the quiche pan, so this added a bit of oil anyway and the parmesan made up for skipping the salt. Also used cheddar instead of Swiss and used less than recommended amount. Added sprinkle of parmesan on top of dry ingredients. Added about 1/2 cup of frozen broccoli, which I first cooked in the microwave, blotted dry and diced. I let it cook 10 minutes longer because at the recommended 35 minutes it was only partially risen and partially still flat. After 45 minutes it was entirely risen. The flour settled to the bottom and makes an almost-crust. The cheese rose a little bit towards the top. Even though there was no official crust, it still had a similar taste to a quiche with crust (a hint of a taste of dough) that I quite enjoy. This was really good and easy. I've seen other quiche recipes calling for a dash of tarragon or a dash of nutmeg or a sprinkle of garlic powder so if you feel it's missing something, you could try one of those, but I was happy with it as is. I'll try this again with other varieties of veggies (spinach would be great) and cheeses and with or without other meats too like sausage or turkey.
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Very good. Had to make some substitutions based on what I had available. Instead of bacon,...