Kate's Cuisine

Nov 19 2011

Spinach and Tomato Quiche: Review

When I made this quiche recipe I had a bunch of spinach that I wanted to use up, and I thought that a quiche would be a good way to do it. Maddie really likes scrambled eggs, which a quiche sort of resembles; and we’re all big fans of spinach (minus hubby, who wasn’t home this night.) My biggest question was: can you make quiche without cheese? It was the one ingredient I was missing, and the one ingredient that shows up in most quiche recipes.

I went ahead and threw all my goodies in there and when it went into the oven, I hoped for the best. Turns out, you don’t need cheese in order to make quiche! I imagine adding some Parmigiano-Reggiano would quick it up a notch (as Emeril would say,) but if you don’t have it, don’t sweat it.

I can’t promise how this one will go over with the kids – quiche isn’t what I generally think of when I think ‘kid-friendly meals.’ Maddie, the scrambled egg lover, liked everything about it but the eggs and picked all the bits out of it. Paige on the other hand, who only likes her eggs over-easy, loved every bit of this quiche. Even if it won’t go over with kids, at less than $1 per slice, you can’t beat the price on this one no matter who you’re cooking it for!

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