Because here in the Spring, we tend to get a backlog of eggs. One of our favorite ways for using up eggs is to make quiche.
Quiche is a super versatile dish that can be made in a variety of ways, depending on your preferences and what ingredients you have on hand.
The basic recipe typically consists of a pastry crust filled with a mixture of eggs, milk, cheese, and other ingredients such as vegetables, meats, or herbs.
You don't actually need a pie crust for quiche, you can make a crustless quiche.
Crack a few eggs into a bowl, and whisk them together with a splash of milk or cream.
Add your chosen ingredients – this is where you can get creative!
You could also use leftover meats such as ham or bacon, or fresh herbs like basil or thyme. Grated cheese is another essential component of a good quiche, so be sure to include that as well.
Bake in the oven for around 30-40 minutes, or until the quiche is set and the top is golden brown.