Recipe by betsdanforth
"This is a basic recipe that can be adapted to your tastes, or (more likely, in my case) what's getting old in the fridge. To make it easier, I use a bought pie crust, but homemade would definitely make it better!"
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1 (9 inch)
1 1/2 cups
sliced fresh mushrooms
chopped fresh spinach
broccoli florets, chopped
crumbled Greek feta
ground black pepper
This is a great recipe, but next time I would use whole milk or even half n half, instead of the skim milk I used. It was quite watery w/skim and I had to bake the quiche for much longer than the recipe stated.
I read the reviews and I sauteed the onion and mushrooms, otherwise I followed the recipe exactly. After one serving it went in the garbage. No taste. Couldn't tell it had feta cheese and there seemed to be too much milk--I had to bake it much longer. It was a waste of effort and ingredients. There are much better recipes out there.
So easy to make, and very delicious! I am a cheese lover, so I doubled the Feta. I would NOT reccomend doubling the Feta - it did not incorporate well. Next time I will add a cheddar/mexican blend instead. I also added in extra squash and zucchini, and will definitly be making this again.
With myself not being the greatest of cooks, my husband a vegetarian, and me a meat eater, we have a difficult time finding recipes that are easy to make and that both of us will actually like. This recipe was both. I followed the directions to the tee - the only exception was that I used frozen spinach instead of fresh - and it turned out fantastic! This is definitely one we will make again. The only slight thing I would change is that for inexperienced cooks like myself, I was a little confused on the pie crust. Was I suppose to follow the directions for the pie crust on the package, THEN follow the one in the recipe? I ended up ignoring the package instructions and just followed the recipe and it turned out fine. Thanks again for posting this! We were getting sick of bean tacos and spaghetti!
Great recipe and very easy to make! The only thing I changed was I used roasted red peppers instead of broccoli. If you use the regular pie crust instead of deep dish, you will have some extra filling. I used 2% milk and it was just right.
Quick, easy and tasty!! I added less of some veggies and more of others and threw in some bacon....good recipe to have on hand!!
Super delicious! Used Manchego and Mozzarella cheese since that's what I had in the fridge, but feta would be delicious too! I also used garlic salt for about half the salt because I love garlic in my food, but didn't want to mince any up. Good flavor, everything blends well together. Might add bacon in the future just because I love bacon. Thanks!!
Tasty. I precooked the veggies and added more, but then I had more than the pie crust could fit. I oooked the extra filling on the stove, but it doesn't taste as good as in the quiche.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Feta Veggie Quiche
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 81
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