Saturday, March 19, 2011

Crustless Quiche

Or Shake'n'Bake Quiche as it was known a while ago at Tupperware parties. This recipe is from my sister, who must've attended more Tupperware parties than I as I never had the recipe before. I think it's also known as "Impossible Pie". Great recipe for a quick 'throw together' dinner. Use whatever you have on hand. This is the base recipe. You just add whatever you have lurking in the fridge. I used chicken, blanched silverbeet and topped with two sliced Baby Roma tomatoes I had in the fridge.

Crustless Quiche

4 eggs, beaten
1/4 cup butter, melted (optional)
2 cups milk (slightly less)
1/2 cup plain flour (slightly more)
1 cup cheese, grated
(How are they for accurate measurements?)

Mix all ingredients together. This mixture will be lumpy but don't worry about it. The flour settles to the bottom and edges of the quiche, forming a light crust. Add fillings of your choice. Pour into a grease quiche/pie dish/slice pan and bake at 180 deg C for 30 mins or until golden and set.

Fillings:
Chicken, bacon, salmon, tuna, ham
Spinach, silverbeet, capsicum, mushrooms, onion, spring onions, corn, grated carrot, asparagus
Herbs and spices to compliment ingredients
Different types of cheeses

1 comment:

  1. I made this quiche last night and it was yum! However, I did need to cook it for an hour to get it golden.

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