Holly’s Quiche

A while back a friend of mine, Holly, asked me to post an easy vegetarian recipe for her and that resulted in “Holly’s Fritatta.”

Ever since that blog post she is “off to the races” with her own creations!

Appearing as a first-time guest blogger is her latest creation….

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Holly’s Quiche – It’s rather pretty isn’t it?

When asked for the recipe her reply reads like this…

“no measuring… grape tomatoes, rosemary, cilantro, black pepper, sautéed red onion, Asiago cheese, 5 eggs, a splash of whole milk (about a 1/3 to a 1/2 of cup) and scallions. Bake at 400 degrees until it looks done.”

She also told me she used a pre-made crust (as I would) from the refrigerated section.

My thoughts are: I presume the cilantro was fresh chopped and the rosemary and black pepper were dried. And I presume that it was delicious! And I obviously need to step up my photography skills since this is the prettiest picture of a Quiche EVER!

 

Note to readers…

Please be patient as I am in the final months of my thesis semester and cooking is happening rather sporadically at my house!

 

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One comment on “Holly’s Quiche

  1. […] This one had asparagus, sweet red bell pepper, spring onions, and  feta cheese of course. A real spring classic. As always I try to use whole milk or better yet “half and half” for a rich, moist quiche. You can see a couple recipes here and here! […]

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