Asparagus Swiss Quiche
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 30 min. + standing
I've written and submitted this review at least 4 times now, and it just won't submit correctly. Last try. The recipe was very good. I didn't use onion because I didn't have the time to cook them, so I baked the bacon while I prepped the asparagus. I added a 4th egg and some garlic powder, and a combination of Swiss and cheddar cheeses. No pie crusts made, so I made crustless quiche. (I made a second one at the same time, with leftover broccoli and cheddar, also with 4 eggs.) Both were delicious!
I made this for Mother’s Day brunch with family and they all liked it very much.
This was delicious! Husband loved it, too. I subbed sharp cheddar for the swiss, because it's what I had on hand. I also used the cheddar thyme crust recipe from Chicken Potpie Gallette (also fantastic!), though this recipe is so rich and flavorful it didn't need the extra oomph. This will be a staple every spring when our asparagus comes in.
I had ham so I used it instead of the bacon. I steamed the asparagus in the micro. Very good.
Added it to the recipe box for favourites only. :) Will make adjustment by steaming and drying the Asparagus to compensate for a bit of a soggy bottom, however it was superlative all around.
I will be making this for our Church Easter breakfast . Every time I make this everyone Raves about how good it is !
I make a number of different quiche recipes, and this is among the best of them. I use a savory crust recipe with Parmesan cheese in it, which complements the quiche quite well.
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this quiche is awesome! I make it often and love love love it