This quiche recipe is the best! It is easy to make and tastes SO delicious! Freezes well after it is baked. Use ham, bacon or sausage, or any combination thereof!
This quiche recipe is the best! It is easy to make and tastes SO delicious! Freezes well after it is baked. Use ham, bacon or sausage, or any combination thereof!
Quiche Supreme indeed. This has become a weekend brunch staple for me. I have made the recipe several times, with many variations on veggies, meat, and cheese and have never been disappointed. Its very versatile. However, two things I think are key to the flavor are the tarragon, and the small splash of vinegar. I usually double the tarragon because it adds so much flavor to the quiche. For meat, I've used ham, Jimmy Dean sage sausage, bacon, and leftover rib roast. For cheese, I've used cheddar, jalapeno, feta, and monterey jack/colby. I always use fresh mushrooms instead of canned and shallots instead of onions is a great improvement too.Read More
This recipe is foolproof but Clarke's Quiche recipe from this site is WAY better. This one is rather flavourless in comparison - check out Clark's! You can still substitute anything, but the sour cream/spice/cheeses in Clark's make it an incredible quiche.Read More
Quiche Supreme indeed. This has become a weekend brunch staple for me. I have made the recipe several times, with many variations on veggies, meat, and cheese and have never been disappointed. Its very versatile. However, two things I think are key to the flavor are the tarragon, and the small splash of vinegar. I usually double the tarragon because it adds so much flavor to the quiche. For meat, I've used ham, Jimmy Dean sage sausage, bacon, and leftover rib roast. For cheese, I've used cheddar, jalapeno, feta, and monterey jack/colby. I always use fresh mushrooms instead of canned and shallots instead of onions is a great improvement too.
This recipe is foolproof but Clarke's Quiche recipe from this site is WAY better. This one is rather flavourless in comparison - check out Clark's! You can still substitute anything, but the sour cream/spice/cheeses in Clark's make it an incredible quiche.
This was fantastic! I halved the recipie (made just 1 quiche for my husband & I). I also used fresh veggies (mushrooms, g. peppers, onions, zucchini) & ground sausage instead of the ham. Was super tasty! Thanks!
Excellent! I made this for the first time I hosted Easter brunch and it was a hit! I used Jimmy Dean Sausage, and red and orange bell peppers instead of the green... gave it a little more color and I just like red peppers much more than green. I also replaced the onions with shallots as another reviewer suggested and used fresh garlic and mushrooms (I added them to the cooked sausage and saute all the vegetable etc together in one pan) I agree that the tarragon and nutmeg really add the wonderful flavor to this quiche! Thought I'd freeze the second quiche but it was eaten before it made it to the freezer. Will make this again and again I'm sure!
I didn't have exactly what the recipe calls for but my substitutions were perfectly fine. This recipe is flexible. A good tip is to sautee your ingredients till they are pretty "dry"...not oily. I put fresh sliced tomatoes on top before baking and it came out pretty.
My family loves quiche and this has quickly become our #1 recipe. I use the base and vary my "add ins". I will say that I use one cup of half&half and one cup of whipping cream and it seems to have a better consistency.
Awesome, awesome, awesome! My boyfriend and coworkers thought this was the best quiche they had ever had, and this was my first attempt at a quiche! Woohoo! I did substitute cooked sausage for the ham, which everyone said was a good change. I also cooked the veggies in with the sausage to give flavor. I substituted fres mushrooms for canned because I prefer to use fresh ingredients when I can. Thanks so much for the recipe! I will definitely make this again!
Excellent! My daughter ate a second piece and my mother-in-law (that is nothing short of a chef) even told me it was delicious, then asked if I bought it.
I made this for my friends daughters brunch the day of her wedding. My 21 year old son has me make this as often as I can. It's the best quiche I have ever had. I don't like eggs, but this is GREAT. HarleyDiana
i made this and im only 13 and all my family loved and don't believe that i made it. :)
I've tried a ton of different quiche recipes and this on has got to be my favorite!
I eliminated the mushrooms and just added more of the other fillings and it came out great. Everyone loved it will definitely make it again it was so easy and rich.
The eggs to cream ratio was perfect making a really smooth quiche, used roasted red bell peppers instead of green and added roasted eggplant. the mix was awesome, took to work with raves!
I really can't say enough good things about this recipe. It gives you a great creamy base and you can make changes to include your favorite meat/veggie combinations. I've made the recipe as written and also tried it with sausage and zucchini, which are great. The one change I do recommend is using fresh mushrooms rather than canned. Be sure to use the "deep dish" pie crusts, or you will have leftover filling. I love that the recipe makes 2 quiches - I often freeze one to heat up for a quick dinner on a busy weeknight.
This is not only easy and delicious, it is also a very forgiving recipe. I forgot the vinegar and realized I had to parsley at the last second. I skipped the mushrooms as well. Didn't matter. You can't go wrong with ham, eggs, and cheese.
I substituted red pepper for green (and I used a whole pepper insteaf of just 1 tbs). I also used fresh mushrooms instead of canned. Made this for Thanksgiving bruch & it was a hit! Great recipe.
This is delicious!!!
Very good! I used fresh mushrooms tomatoes and sliced serrano chilies. Will definitly make again.
Yummy. I did use fresh mushrooms, shallots and fresh garlic like some other reviewers recommended. I also used a lot more peppers to increase the veggie content. Very good - will definitely make again.
This is my husband's favorite thing that I've ever made....so it's become a staple in our household. I've never had any complaints when serving to guests either! I use sausage instead of ham and fresh mushrooms. I like the Marie Callender's frozen pie shells. They hold together nicely.
While this was delicious I changed it up a bit to suit the taste of my family. First of all I always use fresh ingredients it at all possible so instead of canned mushroom I used fresh and sautéed them, the bell pepper and onion with minced garlic, ruling out the need garlic powder. I double the bell pepper, made sure the onion was small and sweet. Using a little green, red and yellow pepper is very pleasing to the eye as well as the palet. I left out the vinegar, tarragon and parsley and I grated Fresh nutmeg. I always use fresh nutmeg. That and fresh veggies makes a huge difference. It was a big hit with these changes. Yummy. Oh, I and serve it with a medium salsa.
wonderful flavor! Perfect to freeze for later.
We altered the recipe a little bit just because I forgot to pick up a pie crust so we used bisquick which made it's own crust and it turned out tasty. The ingredients of the quiche really went well together and everyone really enjoyed it. It was nice that it made two also since now we have a frozen quiche to pull out some night for a good quick dinner.
This quiche is fantastic. I made it for my 11 yr old daughter and myself. We both loved it. She actually asks me to make it.
This is very good quiche and easy to make. I followed the recipe as listed, just leaving out the bell pepper and mushrooms. I might try going a bit heavier on the herbs and spices next time, but my family loved it just the way it is.
This was very good! I have two teenage boys that made it a point to tell me to make it again exactly like I did and not change anything about it. This has never come out of their mouths before. I used Marie Callender's frozen deep dish pie crusts which really made this delicious.
Easy to make. Delicious...my family loved it! Very light texture. I can see using this for either a family dinner or if we have company over for brunch.
Really good! Took longer to cook than 1 hour (doesn't it always?). Great flavors, sans mushrooms for personal preference.
Very good as a base recipe. Added veggies, etc., that I had on hand.
This is a great quiche recipe, baked up nice and pretty with a mild flavor that even my picky two year old would eat. I'll probably up the spices a bit next time, but overall a nice recipe!
This is awesome, everyone loved it. I only had pepperjack cheese and mozzarella cheese so i substituted and used onion powder instead
Quick, easy and delicious!
I tried this to see if I wanted to serve it to company on Thanksgiving morning. My family loved it and we will definately have it for the holidays! I used sausage instead of ham like Carol suggested.
Very tasty. Great consistency. The ratio of egg to sausage was perfect! I used half & half instead of heavy cream. Also used fresh-from-our-farm sausage and eggs. The sausage was great. I may play around with cutting 1/2 'n 1/2 with milk to decrease calories so we can enjoy it more often (we have tons of eggs from the chickens). We'll see what happens.
Easy to make and very tasty!
Fabulous. I substituted spinach (sautéed, then pressed the water out) for the mushrooms.
This is so easy to make and the flavors are amazing. Thanks!
It was wonderful! I used Jimmy Dean breakfast sausage instead of ham and just cooked it with the onions and other stuff. It was easy to follow and the amount of eggs was just perfect. The quiche was nice and thick and very hearty. This is my new quiche recipe for life! My family loved it.
This really is great, although considering there is more cream and cheese in this than egg, it's understandable. ;) This is definitely a guilty pleasure quiche and not meant for all of the time, but it was a wonderful addition to our Christmas party a few weeks ago and everyone left requesting the recipe. I froze the other pie and we'll have it for Christmas breakfast. I followed the advice of other reviewers and used real mushrooms and fresh garlic. I was skeptical that so few eggs (3 per pie) would actually fill the pie dishes so I actually added one more for good measure, but had WAY too much filling for my 2 deep dish pie crusts. I'm fairly sure I would have had too much without the extra egg too, but the extra filling made wonderful breakfast sandwiches a couple of days later. Great recipe and oh so creamy!
Great recipe! Followed it exactly and got rave reviews. Definitely a keeper! (I did make my own crusts though.)
Great recipe! I shared this tonight with my family. I don't cook all that much and had a taste for quiche. I used the Jimmy Dean sausage. I would add more veggies esp. broccoli next time, but this came out PERFECT! Thanks!
Fantastic! Delicious! Rockin'! Jammin'! Get the point? Lol.
This turned out good, unfortunately the Tenderflake crust went soggy on the bottom :( (to no fault of the recipe) I used fresh mushrooms and extra bell pepper which maybe the juices from the veggies made the crust soggy? Otherwise the filling was really yummy. Mine took about 1.5hrs to cook through and get a nice light brown top. Will probably try this again and experiment with different veggies & cheeses. I also used 5% cream to try and cut down on some of the calories & fat.
Really liked the tarragon in it.
Really yummy! I made one for our kids and one for the adults and lots of leftovers!
My husband and I loved this dish! Thanks for a great quiche recipe! This is a great recipe to use for your leftover Easter ham.
Quite good! I eliminated the mushrooms and substituted bacon crumbles for the ham and added more red and green pepper and onion. Next time I'll throw in some broccoli as well. Really good!
This is a really great quiche. I used 6 oz. ham and 6oz. fried bacon. We froze the second quiche for later and look forward to having it. We served it with Potato Bacon Chowder (found on allrecipes) Spinach Salad With Warm Bacon Dressing and Slices of French Bread. YUMMMMIE! I like it so much I am sharing left overs with my mom,sister,and Bro-n-law. They gotta try it. Thanks Prissycat
I LOVE THIS RECIPE. I MAKE IT AT LEAST 3-4 TIMES A MONTH. I BRING IT TO WORK AND EVERYONE JUST RAVES ABOUT IT. THIS IS THE BEST QUICHE I WILL EVER TASTE AND THE ONLY ONE I WILL EVER MAKE. THANKS THANKS THANKS
This is fabulous! We just ate this. The photo here is my own that I posted to facebook. It's fabulous! I used half and half instead of heavy cream and red peppers instead of green. Delicious, it's a keeper.
Easy & delish! Will definitely make again!
Just made this for a family brunch. Rave reviews all around. Very easy to make and delicious.
The great thing about quiche is its versatility. You can use your favorite veggies and meat, or no meat at all. Also, different cheeses work well. I liked the flavor combination resulting from these spices. I included the vinegar. For the Monterey Jack portion of cheese, I used a combo of MJ and Colby. I didn't have any tarragon and couldn't find any in our small town, so that was left out. I put in a good amount of finely chopped broccoli. My husband and I both really liked this. With him taking lunches everyday, the second quiche never made it to the freezer! Reheats well in the microwave. Thank you for this fine recipe.
turned out very well. very easy to make and this was my first quiche. highly recommend
This is a great quiche recipe which I really enjoyed. It's just as good the next day. I call it "user friendly" because it's so adaptable to different ingredients of your choice. Thanks again!
Wonderful! This recipe was easy and so flavorful. I will definitely make it again and again. I didn't have mushrooms on hand, but it was still superb. Thanks for sharing this great and easy recipe1
YUMMY... this is awesome quiche:) nothing I wouldn't change...
One of the best quiches ever...maybe try to make it less fat.
Best quiche ever! Everyone asked me for the recipe.
This was a big hit for my Easter brunch party! Lots of compliments and I will definitely be saving this recipe for future use. I made mine with bacon and fresh mushrooms. Next time I may experiment with different veggies. It's a keeper!
I made this for a ladies' brunch, and got LOTS of compliments. One comment: "I've had a lot of quiche over the years, but this is the best I've ever had!"
This quiche was very good. I omitted the mushrooms, because I don't care for them, but felt it needed something in their place. Great recipe though, and I will be making it again!
Omg!!!! Its awesome!! I added a whole bell pepper and fiesta blend cheese instead of colby jack and fresh mushrooms. And i cooked it for an hour and 8 monutes. And i didnt have vinegar so i substituted apple cider vinegar. It tastes amazing!!!!! Best quiche ever!!!!!
I LOVE this recipe. I usually make two and freeze one. I took one on a road trip during our spring break vacation and it was perfect for the little condo we were in. Saves the effort of having to make breakfast everyday.
We had this on Christmas morning and it was a huge hit. Used fresh ingredients and I increased the batch by half again for all of the ingredients so my deep dish pie pans were nicely filled. I believe this will be a Christmas morning tradition.
This was absolutely amazing. I have been making quiche for a long time and I am so happy I have found this recipe. First, this recipe has taught me the mistake I have made in past was to follow the pie crust manufacturer for cooking times and temperatures, which caused overcooked and dried out crusts. For now on I will follow times and temps specified in this recipe, the crust was so light and buttery. The amounts were also perfect for 2 pies. I didn't have heavy cream so instead used 10% cream and it was great. I also varied the cheese mix based on what I had on hand (2 year old cheddar, swiss cheese, medium cheddar). Once the onion started to caramelize I added the green pepper and ham to the pan. I didn't have dried tarragon and forgot to add the vinegar and it turned out just fine as is. I especially like that this recipe is for 2 pies; I will freeze one for later. THANK YOU!!
Soooo good! I have made this twice now and both times it has been delicious!
I've never made quiche before, but this recipe was so easy and SO good! Everyone in the house raved about this! Only a couple of changes made- I used half and half because that's what I had and added spinach to the sautéed onion, garlic,& mushrooms. Before I pre-baked the pie crust, I added dry beans to the bottom, to keep crust from bubbling. Great recipe, thank you! I'll use this for a long time!
Excellent. Can add many other meats n veggies. This is the best queeshe recipe I've ever tried
Oh where have you been all my life?! Loved the versatility of this recipe. I've never had quiche before (shame on me) and it was wonderful! I used the recipe on this site for No Fail Pie Crust I and it was divine!
Awesome recipe! I used fresh mushrooms and added cooked asparagus. Also used sausage crumbles with the ham. So delicious! Silly me, though. When reading the recipe, I thought it was for one pie shell, so I doubled the recipe. Luckily, I was making homemade pie crusts in 9-inch deep-dish pie plates (which are deeper than the store-bought ones), so all of the filling just barely fit. Baked at 375 for about 70 minutes. Perfection! (Note: When doubling the recipe, 1 tsp of salt was just right.)
This is the first quiche recipe that I made. I've made it twice. It turned out great both times. The only part of the recipe that I changed, was the seasoning. I only had salt, pepper, and nutmeg on hand. I added marjoram. I served it to my family at a brunch event and it was gobbled up by adults and kids. It is amazing as leftovers. Also - baked it and let it sit on the stove for about 2 hours to cool/wait for the the rest of the meal to finish baking (served with fruit salad and potatoes). It was great cooled. I highly recommend!
This was fantastic!!! Best quiche I've ever made n I've made many. One reviewer said Clark's quiche was better. .I disagree. Clark's is good, Quiche Supreme is GREAT. Here are the small changes I made...instead of a regular onion I chopped one bunch of green onions used green part only,no bulbs and 1 shallot, instead of tbsp Bell pepper I finely chopped a whole red pepper. And instead of canned mushrooms I used 8 oz fresh n chopped them into small pieces. The rest of the ingredients I did the same. In the past I have been afraid to try unfamiliar flavors...this combination of season ings was new to me but ABSOLUTE PERFECTION...I even used the vinegar, Apple Cider Vinegar. Your family will love this recipe
Followed the recipe but just added a little extra green pepper and made one of them with a gluten free crust and one crust-less and they turned out awesome!! Not sure that I'd classify it as a quiche since there's only 3 eggs in one pie. Has a nice creamy cheesy consistency and we'll be making this again soon!
Nice flavor, tweaked the recipe a bit to my taste.. left out green pepper, They're Too flavorful! Hubby liked it also. Easy to make, most ingredients I think would already be in the kitchen.
I only made one quiche instead of two and made a few changes to the recipe to make it healthier and more flavorful. It turned out amazingly tasty! Instead of the can of mushrooms I used a cup of sliced portabello mushrooms, I only used one cup of fat free mild cheddar cheese, one cup of fat free sour cream, 2 full eggs + the equivalent of two eggs in only egg whites, 4 oz of low sodium cubed ham, no vinegar, no terragon, added a pinch of dill, 1/4 teaspoon of red pepper flakes, a pinch of salt and 2 cups of spinach. Tasty and healthy! It was a success with my husband!
I substituted gueryere cheese for the cheddar because I like a little tangy flavor. Also, I'd plan on checking the pie after 45 minutes. Mine needed another 20-minutes and a 20-minutes rest to firm up the middle.
Great result! My husband and I were very happy with it. We both went back for second helpings. The only thing I changed is that I used cheddar instead of swiss.
Awesome! I am not big fan of ham so I used spicy breakfast sausage instead to kick it up a notch.
I call this my "clean out the frig" recipe. Prebaked one crust last night (halved the recipe) and chopped the veggies. Baked it all this morning. 55 minutes was perfect. I had leftovers in the frig-half a bell pepper, half an onion, a small roma tomato and several packages of different cheeses with small amounts that needed to be used soon. Not much of a meat eater but it was absolutely delicious. Had for breakfast and again for lunch with salsa. Perfect!!! Thanks for sharing. Will cook many times in the future with whatever I need to use up.
I made this quiche crust less. I used milk instead of cream and shredded zucchini instead of green pepper b/c that's what I had on hand. I felt that the bake time was off, possibly b/c of my changes. I thought that it needed some garlic & maybe a bit of roasted red pepper to pull it together. Will def. make again!
This was a delicious treat. It's the first time I made quiche and I added chopped spinach and chopped broccoli.
This was a great hit for my family! I variated the cheeses and also used bacon instead of ham. It is fabulous!
I have made this twice and absolutely loved it. I am watching my carbs so do you think I could do this recipe crustless?
This was very good. I used the sage sausage as another reviewer suggested. I will definitely make this again.
This was super easy to make. I made just one quiche and it was awesome. The only thing I changed was sautéing fresh chopped garlic with fresh portobello mushrooms. I also added a dollop of sour cream. Yum! Great basic recipe. I intend to hold onto this recipe and experiment with other veggies and proteins!
Left out bell pepper. Used fresh Bella Mushrooms. Substituted turkey for ham. Of course kept onions in. The mixture of cheeses is wonderful. This turned out most excellent! Wondering about leaving out the crust next time? After reheating the next day, the bottom of the crust was kind of soggy but still so yummy!
Just made this tonight and everyone loved it. I doubled the green pepper and halved the onion, and I didn't have tarragon OR nutmeg, but it was still a hit. I also used half and half instead of heavy cream.
Had guest over, and needed to prepare a meal on short notice. This quiche was perfect! Substituted the Monterey Jack with Fontina, but it was just as good. A garden salad on the side, and my own pickled beets as a side complimented the rich creamy quiche. Definitely will use this recipe again!
This was a real crowd pleaser. I halfed the recipe and only made one pie and it went so fast I wished I had made both. Probably will add some bacon next time.
Very good and versatile. Definitely will make it over and over again.
So, so good! I like tarragon so I almost doubled the tarragon. I also cut the cheese in half because I don't like a super cheesy quiche. I made mine with bacon, broccoli, onions, mushrooms, spinach, bell pepper, and asparagus. Delish! I'm making another batch to cook, slice, then freeze for individual servings in ziplocks. Great for breakfast or lunch.
I am not understanding when recipe calls for 1 9 in.piecrusts and under directions it says to divide filling into 2 pie crusts. I find that confusing to say the least.
First of all, 15 minute prep time? I'm not the fastest guy in the kitchen but , no way! My wife is Italian and a very good cook, but for some reason, I love to cook and do almost all of it. Her first words were "very creamy." She also said it was better than the last one I made. I didn't use enough salt and pepper. I will make it again!
Amazing Recipe! Definitely going to make this again!
Loved this recipe and received rave reviews from my guests. The only change I made was to use half and half instead of heavy cream (simply a mistake when I was shopping) and the texture was still smooth, creamy and delicious. Thanks for the great recipe!