Recipe by Christine L.
"This pie is simple to prepare. Serve with a salad for dinner, or with fruit for brunch. Dry goat cheese can be used in place of feta cheese."
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yellow onion, chopped
red onion, chopped
dry white wine
leeks, bulb only, sliced into rings
chopped fresh parsley
chopped fresh dill weed
chopped fresh tarragon
crumbled feta cheese
plum tomatoes, thinly sliced
fine bread crumbs
ground black pepper to taste
My goodnes, this is delicious! I used a 9" whole wheat pie shell, and based on a previous review stating this was more a side dish beefed it up with 3 eggs and 8 oz. crumbled feta (1 cup). I used fresh parsley, dried tarragon, and omitted the dill. I did not add any salt because I thought the cheese would be enough, but I will probably add a dash next time. My husband can be quite picky when it comes to new foods, but he went back for seconds. I served with a greek side salad and grilled chicken apple sausage w/ grainy mustard. This is now one of my favorites for dinner or brunch. Thank YOU!
This pie is more like a side dish. I wouldn't recommend it as a main dish unless you are an onion freak. I probably won't make it again. The effort isn't worth the taste.
I made this recipe in a pre-made pie crust with goat cheese and it turned out great; it took just under 40 minutes to fully cook. I would definitely make it again!
I made this as part of my daughter's birthday party dinner and again for a brunch... everyone loved it... including my year-old little girl!
A little too "herby" for me but I used dried thyme and I wonder if that had something to do with it I also omitted dill as it doesn't sound right for this dish. I added four egg whites and carmelized the onions which tasted really good. I didn't have leeks so I used green onion.
Apart from omitting the tarragon - I can't stand it - I made this as written, and I can't say I was impressed. I've really only ever used dill with fish - mainly salmon - and I didn't think it complimented the feta cheese and leeks at all. I liked the idea of using a breadcrumb base instead of a pie crust, but I'll be sticking with my usual cheese and onion quiche filling in future. Thanks anyway!
Was not impressed. I agree with everyone else that this is a side dish not a main dish. We all agreed that the tomatoe was the only good part of the dish. The white wine adds nothing to this dish (execpt moisture) I followed this recipe exactly. It need to be kicked up with some hot sauce and maybe sprinkle some feat on top of the dish instead of the bread crumbs. Lots of chopping, lots of time for poor result.
I tried it tonight. Didn't have red onions, so I used Vidalia instead. I had some leftover tomatoes, no salt added in the fridge, I use those instead of fresh ones. And I used red wine, because I had no white. To cut down on Cholesterol I used Eggbeaters instead. It was very good, indeed. Even my kids liked it. Marked for repeats. Next time, I might use bacon for my carnivores in my Family to give it a little twist. Thanks!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Three-Onion Pie with Feta or Goat Cheese
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 68
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