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can you make it without any shell
Hi Mary! I haven’t tried it, but it should work. You might have to play with the liquid amounts a little bit. Or perhaps you might want to try a frittata recipe–we have a bunch of those! Thanks for your question! Check it out! https://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/ingredient/frittata/
We loved this quiche. Made my own crust. Had to make two changes when I made it because when I was ready to go I didn’t have fresh shallots or zucchini. So here’s what I did. I had dried shallots, so I used 1/3 cup. It was a little too much, so I would decrease that to 1/4 cup. For the zucchini I substituted shredded frozen from my bountiful harvest. The zucchini was naturally drained. Many times when making quiche the crust becomes soggy. Not so with these changes. Absolutely delicious!
Made this quiche for dinner tonight using our garden zucchini and tomatoes. It was DELICIOUS! It smelled so good cooking, my 11 year old kept commenting how yummy dinner smelled and she too enjoyed this quiche. I made as directed with no changes. Even made the pie crust (one of my life goals is to master a delicious homemade crust!). Thank you for a wonderful seasonal recipe to use gifts from our garden.
Love it ! Didn’t prebake the pie shell. Used a refridgerator crust that I seasoned with a bit of the herbs de provence. It was delicious and fun to make with my garden surplus. Easier to make than my tried and true recipe that needs the squash thinly sliced. It was a better quiche all in all.
This is delicious. I made it with red onion instead of the shallot and without the cherry tomatoes but, I imagine it would be even better with them. Great way to use up zucchini.
I’m so glad you liked it Jess!
Finally got around to making this wonderful quiche over the week end. It is a winner!!! So glad to have a few pieces left to enjoy over the up coming sizzling hot weather that we are expecting. So perfect with a small salad or even a few sliced cucumbers! Will be making it again now that I see it is really pretty quick and certainly worth the effort!
Thank you Sandy, I’m so glad you liked it!
This quiche sounds great! I will be giving it a try with Bob’s Red Mill GF Pie Crust Mix. Love that it is something that can be made ahead and then have by the slice warmed in the microwave. Always know I’ve found gold when I see one of your recipes Elise!
Thanks so much Sandy, I hope you like it!