I will certainly be making this once more! I had this quiche at my baby bathe and I had to have the recipe. It was one of the best quiche I actually have ever tried. When I got the recipe, I couldn’t consider how easy it was to assemble and make.
Do you could have a recommendation for pie plate? I even have metal as well as Pyrex. I didn’t have time to prebake the crust so I used a technique leaned 50 years ago in home-ec class. I put the pie pan on the oven ground for 20 minutes at four hundred°F then on center rack for the rest of the time.
Unless you’ve a borosilicate glass pie plate — don’t strive it. BTW thanks for sharing examined and perfected recipes.
My husband even loves it, and he is usually not a fan of quiche. Both occasions, I’ve baked it in my Emile Henry pie plate and each times it took minutes longer baking time to finish baking. (Have never had this problem with different recipes.) Why do you suppose that is?
I use a premade refrigerated crust and contemporary spinach however otherwise comply with the recipe as written…properly, typically the cheese is no matter is in the fridge. Using the shallot was a revelation to me.
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I made this for dinner tonight and it was absolutely scrumptious! I had by no means tried Gruyere cheese before and it was the perfect companion for spinach. I followed the recipe except I omitted the nutmeg and added garlic powder instead since I was making this for dinner along with steak shish kabobs. I am an enormous fan of shallots and this is by far my favorite quiche recipe! We are looking ahead to having leftovers for breakfast tomorrow.
I advocate using really good Gruyère cheese (buy one that isn’t already grated) and use actual cream… not milk or any low fats merchandise. Using good ingredients is essential to make the flavors just right and it makes breakfast good. I need to thank you, Jenn, for publishing this excellent recipe. I’ve made it many occasions and might truthfully say I’ve by no means tasted a greater quiche wherever ever.