This quiche is a filling meal, studded with soft potatoes and tart goat cheese that will keep you satisfied but wont have you retiring to the couch to recover.
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Ham and cheese might be best known as a quick sandwich staple, but the classic duo makes an equally crowd-pleasing filling for a simple quiche.
We're starting to get into the season of fantastic greens, and this recipe calls for one of my favorites. Arugula (also known as rocket) is prepared in two ways—chopped and quickly cooked with leeks for the tart filling, as well as lightly dressed and served on top, adding its characteristic bright, bitter flavor to an otherwise rich, creamy dish.
A simple, elegant tart for those nights you have a handful of random ingredients at home.
Here's a simple French favorite stuffed with some Italian staples: crisp pancetta, salty Pecorino, and hearty Swiss chard. Perfect for Christmas morning while tearing up wrapping paper.
There are those that consider quiche to be a delicate, light and—dare I say, feminine dish. This quiche goes against many of those traits by setting sausage, kielbasa and bacon in the classic egg custard and pastry crust.
After a week's worth of chicken recipes from Lorraine Wallace's Mr. Sunday's Saturday Night Chicken, we're bound to end up with some leftovers. Chicken salad? Well, sure, but how about something a little different, a little unexpected. How about this Quick Chicken and Vegetable Quiche?
[Photographs: Elizabeth Barbone] For this tart, I add Parmesan cheese to the crust and filling. If you're dairy-free, the tart works well without the cheese. For the filling, replace the half and half with either dairy-free cream or add an...
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A sweet vanilla custard baked into a flaky crust, only with more heft and substance than a dessert. It's somewhere between eggs for breakfast and a crème brûlée tart. Certainly a step outside of ordinary.
If it's somewhat shocking to put an entire package of bacon into a single quiche, it's also, unsurprisingly, over-the-top delicious. I was worried that two eggs wouldn't make enough custard, but I wouldn't change a thing about the filling.