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Looks good. The only thing I would say is to stay away from non-stick pans unless they are ceramic. the Teflon coating used on most non-stick pans breaks down and ends up in the food you have prepared with it. I would stick with a cast iron skillet. It is overall healthier to use and lasts long.
I will try this soon or later.
love it! Yummy!
I made some quiche for Easter, they were mini ones. came out good. I might try this one too. if you look at the recipe they talk about the crust. some flour and low cal- butter. I used a puff pastry, but am going to try my own crust next time.
Plan on trying this soon. I'm with everyone else though. What about the crust.
I really wanted to watch this video, but the nose spray ad keep coming on and I couldn't stop it. Sorry, but I won't try to watch any more videos for a while.
My easy is make up a pkt of pasta and sauce with a little less liquid than usual ... add 3 beaten eggs, can even break them up and beat them up in the same saucepan. Pour all into a greased quiche dish and optional grated cheese on top. Bake 180 celcius which is 350 fahrenheit for half hour. Yummo!
I was really interested in this too but then I notice there is no reference made to how the crust was made. I know usually the crust of a pie is not good so I'm curious. What's up with the crust?
looks super delicious
Great tip on adding veggies then the egg mixture!
any suggestions for a low cal, low carb crust?
I have the easiest quiche ever, it consists of 3 onions chopped up friend in pot and amy herbs that you like, when sort of browned nicely, renove from stove, add 3 eggs to pan and 3 cups gratee cheese, mix together put in a dish sprayed with spray and cooked put in oven of 180c for about 40 minutes
Click on see the recipe. The recipe for the crust is there. This looks delicious, I have been wanting to do a quiche for forever. I just may make this one tomorrow. I love that kitchen. Thank you, Chef Meg!
I would like to try it... It doesnt say how the quiche shell is made, though. Anyone knows??
I love this recipe. I'm a quiche lover from way back, and I've given up eating it so I can lose weight. With this recipe I can eat one of my favoite foods again. I love having the video to cook with. Thanks!