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Emily on 9.19.2014
So easy and versatile. Sometimes I even use a variety of frozen veggies, heat them in the microwave, wring out the water in cheesecloth or a paper towel, and then proceed with the recipe. This is great!
Marie on 4.4.2014
Incredibly simple and tasty. I turned on my oven, chopped and sauteed veggies, assembled this and put it in the oven just as it dinged to say it was ready–10 minutes is all it took to have this ready! I added red and yellow peppers, mushrooms and fresh spinach and I only put in half the cheese. I doubled the recipe for my family of 7 and put it in two pie dishes. This is a very shallow quiche, which is great for a quicker cook time during a busy morning.
Allyson on 1.31.2014
Absolutely wonderful! I made this for my work and it was devoured!
Claud on 6.16.2013
Made this for a work meeting and everyone enjoyed it. Thank you for sharing, it was delicious!
Eugenia on 4.26.2013
This was great! I put it in a deep dish crust and added ham. Will probably use a little less spinach next time.
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hjcary on 7.2.2012
I didn’t mention this in my 5 star review so I thought I would add it here. I put it in the blender before pouring it in the pan to bake. Figured there would be no way one of the kids could try to pick out the spinach that way
pompom on 2.9.2010
This came out great. I made a few slight tweaks, which came out fine: instead of 1 onion, I used half an onion and the white part of a leek; I used fresh spinach; I added the salt & pepper to the vegetables as they were sauteeing, not to the egg mixture; I added about 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg to the egg mixture; and I added 1/2 cup heavy cream to the egg mixture. Eating it now and it’s really good!
proudmom509 on 11.8.2009
SO yummy! I made this for a brunch. I doubled the recipe and baked it in a 9×13 pan…worked great! Easy and tasty!
juststephanie on 10.14.2009
Very good! Even my 16 year old liked it.
whatmegansmaking on 10.13.2009
Can you use fresh spinach? Should I steam it or something first? Thanks!