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Susan Austin 3 months ago
Every time I make this basic recipe it turns out perfectly. Cook time is usually 45 minutes with a 15 minute rest time for my family. Fluffy, rich bit light. And it works well with mini quiches. Cut out the pie dough and press in regular or mini cupcake tins. Just adjust the time per your oven
Michael Smith 9 months ago
Easy, versatile and perfect every time
Susan 2 years ago
First time ever making quiche. Was so easy but best of all delicious. I used fresh baby spinach, ham and shredded cheddar cheese. I personally don’t eat eggs but using only 3 eggs kept it less “eggy” so I did enjoy it very much.
Barrett de Visser 2 years ago
I used milk and no pie crust, I like the egg to form a golden brown crust. It took a bit longer to cook and set. Turned out great, my wife loved it, which is weird because she hates omlettes, and a quiche is essentially a baked omelette.
Dawn Hare 2 years ago
I added an extra egg and it was fine in about 45 minutes
Cheryl Kinkaid 2 years ago
it didn't set in 40 minutes.
SpeedyHomeChef 2 years ago
I've used this recipe three times now adding different meats, cheeses and vegetables. It's simple and delicious. The texture is perfect - I added an extra egg as well. I've deleted all other quiche recipes from My Yums. THIS ONE IS IT!
Sybil 3 years ago
Thank you for this recipe. It is so simple. I added a fourth egg, just because it looked like it needed it and used heavy cream. It was so yummy. I added shredded swiss cheese and deli honey ham. My husband, who is quite a picky eater, loved it.
Josie Held 3 years ago
Pretty good. I only had 2% milk so I used that and whisked in some melted cream cheese for added creaminess.
Dustin D. 3 years ago
Great, easy recipe that I will definitely revisit. I added red pepper flakes for a little kick and it was perfect.
John-Connie Williams 3 years ago
Easy and quick... Made it vacation when we didn't feel like going out for dinner
Christina Moriarty 4 years ago
It was awesome! My whole family loves this and asks for it on a regular basis!
Emin Ozkan 4 years ago
I used pillsbury frozen pie crust, 4 eggs, 1/2 cups of feta, 1/4 cup sour cream, 2 hotdogs, black pepper and parsley. There was space for a lot more ingredients such as vegetables. Also a little bit precooking the crust is a good idea
Tracy Minetti 4 years ago
So easy and delicious
Sergey T. 4 years ago
very delicious. easy to make.
Jenny Sweetie Chan Virtual Hostess 4 years ago
My kids loved it, in fact they kept saying “I love your pie” and yes this basic quiche is the best. On the website for directions I love how it says add your favourite meat, veggies, and herbs and how to’s to freeze quiche. I added red bell peppers, orange bell peppers, cucumber, and carrots
Jessie Ellison 4 years ago
So good I come back to this recipe again and again
Vi Griffin 5 years ago
Turned out great! My family loved it!
Heather 5 years ago
First time making this. It's very good, I think that next time I would use a smidge less half and half and maybe add another egg. I added pork sausage, kale, onions, and a mix of different cheeses to mine and I also cooked it for a bit longer than the recipe called for like 50 minutes or so at 350 degrees. I will definitely make this again. Thank you!
Alice Smith 5 years ago
This was yummy. I put bacon and cheddar cheese in it. I didn't want to go crazy since this was my first quiche. I used salt, pepper, Paparika, and some nutmeg. And some onion and garlic powder. I didn't use much salt because of the bacon. Already my mind is working on my next quiche. I hope whomever makes this next, enjoys it as much as my family, because they are my toughest critics. Lol Enjoy my fellow cooks.
jayjaybaby18 5 years ago
It turned out just perfect!!!! ❤️❤️❤️
Terrie B. 6 years ago
This was a great recipe. This was my very first time making a quiche and this made it so easy. My whole family loved it!!!