Total TimePrep: 15 min. + cooling Bake: 30 min. + standing
This is delicious. I should say that, for some reason, it took almost twice as long to bake as the recipe indicates. My pie plate doesn’t have dimensions on it, so it may be 8”. Anyway, I covered the rim of the crust and baked it at least 25 minutes beyond the indicated time because it was absolute liquid. It finally cooked and was devoured by all. Oh, one small thing: I think I will add a bit less extra salt next time, but that’s just my personal preference.
This was fabulous. My husband couldn't stop eating it and he has always said he doesn't like quiche. I appreciate the other reviewers talking about using milk instead of cream. I used cream this time but don't always have it on hand. Good to know milk will work too.
Absolutely perfect. I wish I could add a picture of it. I added one clove of garlic, 1/3 cup of diced tomato, and used milk with butter instead of heavy cream (only because I didn't have any). Well it turned out divine. Even my 18month old ate a WHOLE SLICE. My hubby always says "Can I make a suggestion without you getting upset?" when I make something new. This time he said that, but his recommendation was "make it more often." Big hit for the Mooney family!
Delicious! My family wolfed it down! I did sautee the onions before I put them in the crust and it was perfect. I used whole milk instead of cream because I didn't have any and it turned out perfect!
This was a lovely addition to our "breakfast-for-dinner" short list. It was rich,filling with a creamy texture we loved. My only problem was that it made more filling than I had room for in my pie pan, The recipe allows for variation of ingredients. I will certainly use this again. Especially for company.
One of our favorites!! Love that it only takes 4 eggs and Cooks to perfection every time. Can be customized to your own taste, alternate or add additional meats and vegetables. Add herbs of choice.
Great, not too eggy, saute onions first. Next time, smoked salmon and herbs.
This appears to be same the same recipe as the one in the out of the old Betty Crocker Cookbook and wonderful. I am going to try with regular milk and mushrooms, good ideas
Awesome recipe. While the crust was baking, I carmelized onions instead of just putting them in raw. Then added mushrooms (like one of the variations) and let them saute for 1 minute. I didn't use 2 cups of the whipping cream . It would have overflowed the pan. While I really didn't measure the cream, I probably only used 1 cup. AND I made this vegetarian and didn't add the bacon.
This quiche is sooooo good!!!! Would do nothing to change it!