Wednesday, 4 April 2018
Recipe: crustless quiche for one
Ingredients to make one portion
one large egg
half a cup of milk (semi skimmed is fine)
30g cheese (I used low fat), finely grated
salt and pepper
herbs (I used some chives)
Any filling you fancy I used lean bacon, chives instead of onion and a bit of red pepper
A little quiche dish would be nice but you can use ramekin dishes or anything oven proof that is the right size.
Heat the oven to 180C
In a pan, spray some oil and gently fry the fillings if they could do with softening.
Whisk together the egg, milk, half the cheese and the seasonings. Add the chives and the sauted fillings.
Spray oil around the inside of the baking dish.
Pour in the egg and filling mixture, sprinkle over the rest of the grated cheese and bake for about 30 mins or until browned and with just a slight wobble. Check after 20 mins and turn up the oven, if necessary.
Serve with a salad or with chips and veg.
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this is totally yummy - I made this using your recipe before! I must make it again soon!ReplyDelete
It was really tasty. It's not the SW version, it's really just an ordinary quiche filling and it wend down really well. :-)Delete
I love crustless quiches, they are do versatile. You can put all sorts in them.ReplyDelete
You can, yes. All sorts of flavours and they're great for leftovers.Delete
Looks great. I eat a lot of crustless quiche, sometimes made with quark.ReplyDelete
Quark is nice in cooked dishes, isn't it? With summer coming on, quiche will feature more in my menus, I am sure.Delete