27 October 2011

Tried and True Recipes: Nilanthi’s Quiche

I don’t think my friend Nilanthi even knows that I have her recipe – or that it’s one of my favorites! It’s so easy and delicious… I have served it often to guests. It’s a company pleaser, for sure. The beauty of this quiche is that it doesn’t require a crust. You mix the flour right in with the eggs and it sets up and serves beautifully without the hassle of making a pastry crust.

Nilanthi’s Quiche:

¾ cup flour

1 cup Cheese (any sort, really)

1 ½ milk (whole milk may work best)

3 eggs

Fillings: Whatever strikes your fancy…sausage, sweet corn, onions, bacon, chicken, tuna, spinach, broccoli, etc.

Bake 20-30min in hot oven (is that specific, or what?!)

To increase recipe: Use ½ cup milk for each egg and bake longer.

The three egg recipe fills a 9 by 9ish size pan. If you double it, it does well in a 9 by 13 pan.

2 comments:

  1. Is this the quiche you made for us this summer? If so, I'm happy to have the recipe and even better, to know that its crustless and so easy!

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  2. That's the one!! Delish, huh?!! Miss ya!

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