Real Man's Quiche Makes Its Own Crust

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Quiche Makes Its Own Crust

How about a quick and easy meal for any time of the day, that makes leftovers usable for breakfast, lunch or snack, is healthy and tastes good!

That could describe this cheesy spinach quiche, which is fast and fun to make because it makes its own crust.

This is a country cook receipe which can be easily adjusted to make larger or smaller servings as desired - just change the amounts of spinach, peppers onion; add in chopped or leftover meats, more cheese, croutons or flavored dressing mix. (If adding more, be sure to add adequate egg and or milk also. I have used dressing mix alone without the flour, at times.

First, heat your oven to desired temperature, higher for fast cooking(and easier burning) or lower temp if you're not pressed for time, about 325 degrees. Use olive oil or spray to coat glass baking dish to have ready to receive the quiche. Beat 5 or 6 natural eggs in a large bowl with hand whisk til well mixed, but not frothy. Add a good half cup of milk, sea salt to taste, pepper, sprinkle of Mrs. Dash's original or table seasoning. Mix in about 1/3 cup of either cornmeal or flour. Add in coarsely chopped bell pepper to your liking along with chopped onion(dried or fresh minced).

May also add some finely grated carrots, parsley, chives, and garlic if desired. If using Spam or leftover meat, add it in now. Then add in one regular size can of drained spinach, one 8 oz package of grated cheese, and stir in well. Pour into baking dish and cover lightly with foil to prevent overbrowning or drying. Bake about 20 minutes, and remove foil and return to oven to bake until center is slightly puffed. Test center with toothpick to ascertain doneness according to temperature and dish size used. When done may be served with ketchup or chopped tomatoes, gravy, salsa, or just plain. It may be 'fake quiche' but it is a yummy and filling meal.

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Dolores Monet 7 years ago from East Coast, United States

I've never heard of putting corn meal or flour into a quiche. But it's been a long time since I've made quiche and no crust means a lot less calories. Thanks for the recipe, frogyfish.


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frogyfish 7 years ago from Central United States of America Author

It is good - hot, or also leftovers for me. You don't really taste the cornmeal/flour; it does give it a vague crusty bottom that makes it possible to eat as finger food.

Hope you try it - let me know how you like it!


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ivori 6 years ago from Titusville

I must give this a try, as I do like quiche! Thank you!


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frogyfish 6 years ago from Central United States of America Author

ivori, thank you...I must again make this myself as it's been quite a while....


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Ivorwen 6 years ago from Hither and Yonder

I've had something similar to this recipe before. It was wonderful! Thanks for the recipe. Now I can make it myself.


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Neil Sperling 5 years ago from Port Dover Ontario Canada

sounds great -- being a bachelor I often have 3 meals a day.... corn meal, oat meal and miss a meal!

Quiche sounds like a treat - thanks


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frogyfish 5 years ago from Central United States of America Author

Ivorwen, great! I haven't made it in a while but since cool weather is finally upon us, it is time again... Thank you for your visit and comment.

Neil Sperling, being a bachelor, you are so funny! Got me cracked up and that was great! This recipe is easy...good...so try it sometime! Thank you for stopping by!


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Victoria Lynn 4 years ago from Arkansas, USA

Will bookmark this one! I love quiche. I have a recipe for spinach quiche that I used to make. I love the idea of no crust, though! Will try this one. Voted up, awesome, useful, interesting! thanks!


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frogyfish 4 years ago from Central United States of America Author

Victoria Lynn, I need your recipe for spinach quiche--and lots of spinach in it. Thanks for your visit. And I really mean it about that recipe. :-)


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Victoria Lynn 4 years ago from Arkansas, USA

Hey, frogyfish--glad I saw this! It's not an original recipe, but I guess I could even hub it as long as I give credit to the source. It's good. Uses swiss cheese--yummy! We can compare notes!


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Victoria Lynn 4 years ago from Arkansas, USA

Frogyfish--It's me again! I'm about finished with the recipe you requested--my delicious favorite spinach quiche hub. I like to look it over for a day at least, so I will probably publish it tomorrow morning or later in the day. Hope you like it. Thanks for the inspiration to write another hub!


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frogyfish 4 years ago from Central United States of America Author

Victoria Lynn, YEA! Swiss cheese and spinach...that sounds fabulous! I will have to try it for certain. And...you're welcome, and I am waiting!


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suziecat7 4 years ago from Asheville, NC

I love quiche and will give your recipe a try.


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frogyfish 4 years ago from Central United States of America Author

suziecat7, think it is about time for me to make that quiche again too. Thanks for visiting!

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