Quiche is a french dish. Perfect for tea-parties or if you’re in a mood for some kind of a light, quick and easy – one bowl snack to satisfy that Salt tooth of yours hehehe didn’t know it existed, huh?
Okay here’s the thing. Last week i baked two types of Quiche recipes in one day
- With crust.
- No crust.
And if you ask me, i like the no crust one. Not because it’s quick and 0h-so-simply easy, but it’s also a hassle free one. The flur gives the crust less Quiche a tender finishing, not as thick as the crust one but just perfect. So here as i always post my best recipes, so I’m gonna post the crust less one’s, happy baking girls!
This is the one with crust. But the result was the same, trust me
What you need>>>
Flour———————- 3/4 cup
Spring onions———— 2 green part only finely chopped
Mushrooms————– 1 cup finely chopped
Cheese——————— 100 g or according to your taste, shredded
Chicken——————– According to your taste (boiled and shredded)
Corn———————— 1/2 cup or according to your taste
Cream———————- 1 cup
Black pepper————– 2 tsp
Salt————————- 1/2 tsp
White pepper————- 1/2 tsp
Onion seeds (kalonji)—- a pinch
How it’s made>>>
- Preheat the oven to 200 C.
- In a bowl beat three eggs lightly.
- Add in the cream and beat till mixed.
- Then add all the rest of the ingredients expect flour.
- In the end, fold in sifted flour.
- Pour into a “well greased” pan with oil or butter and bake for 25 to 30 minutes or until the top turns golden brown.
You can add finelly chopped capsisum, deseeded, finely chopped tomatoes if you like. Mint and corriander will give it a nice herby touch. Be creative and play with flavors till you get what you ‘really’ like.