12 Reviews

Great quiche! I sauteed half an onion and some garlic and added that to the mixture. It did take a bit longer than the time listed, but totally worth the wait. Thanks for posting!

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liljenn April 29, 2013

Def tasty. I made a few changes. I added 4 eggs instead of 3. I used black pepper instead of white pepper. I also added a little diced onion. The onion really kicked it up a notch.

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Vicky D August 10, 2011

This was good! I didn't bother with baking the crust separately first and used parmigiano reggiano instead of romano as that's what I had on hand. It took an hour to bake (twice as long as the directions stated). Thanks for sharing!

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noway February 12, 2010

Delicious! I've made it for more than one potluck and get nothing but rave reviews :)

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VeggieHeather September 08, 2007

I love spinach & feta cheese, so I figured this would be a winning recipe ... and I was right! To add some extra flavor, I chopped & sauteed a small sweet onion in olive oil until it was soft & lightly caramelized, then tossed in a few fresh mushrooms (sliced) that I had on hand, as well as a couple of small cloves of garlic (minced). I let the onion mixture cool while I drained the spinach & added the other ingredients - then added the onion mixture & poured it into the prepared pastry. (Note: I didn't even bother cooking the spinach - just thawed it out & squeezed it dry.) The quiche baked perfectly without overflowing, and came out of the oven looking as pretty as GaylaJ's picture! I had a small piece while it was still warm and it was sooo good. Had another piece for my lunch today, and it was even better since it had cooled overnight in the fridge & the flavors melded together. Excellent! I will make this again - thanks for posting! -M =)

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Mary Scheffert June 04, 2007

I was going to post this recipe! I found it on another website years ago. It was the first quiche I ever made and the only one I make. I only diverted once, and while still good, not as good or as healthy. The recipe "Electric Mixer Pie Crust" works as a great crust for this. Also, I never use frozen spinach. Always fresh. I add lots of veggies or even just turkey bacon& leeks with other types of cheeses. Thanks! Now I never have to post this.

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Heather V. April 12, 2007

I just tried this recipe and I left out the butter by accident, but the quiche was great without it. So if anyone wants a healthier version, it's still good with no butter. Also, I used black pepper b/c it's all I had on hand and 2 dashes of nutmeg. Loved this quiche and will definitely make it again!

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sunrae64 January 07, 2007

I would like to try this recipe but I am having a hard time finding ready made quiche pastry dough. Perhaps someone could attach to this recipe a do it yourself pastry dough!

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ANTHIE August 18, 2006

this was great! added onion as recommended by chef#315806 but also chopped mushrooms. great flavour. may add more parmasan for top before baking next time!

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nicky wagerfield August 11, 2006
Greek Spinach Quiche