Cheddar-Veggie Appetizer Torte
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 30 min. + cooling
Perfection! Great for breakfast or a brunch. The recipe portions are more geared as an appetizer. If serving for a meal I would say serves 6. You will have people going back for seconds! I made two, and the second torte I omitted the zucchini, mushrooms, red onion and red pepper and added 2 cups cooked pork sausage. There were no leftovers!
this was very good, has anyone tried with pie crust base
Delicious recipe. It's pretty forgiving as you can pretty much use whatever veggies you like. I doubled the sweet red peppers and mushrooms and it was a big success.
This is absolutely delicious and so easy to make. I had several requests to bring it to future get-togethers. I had no sweet red pepper and substituted Roma tomato with the pulp and seeds removed and I used vegetarian bacon because some of the guests were vegetarians. (I used Lightlife brand). Also, 1/2 cup of each veggie didn't seem like enough so I doubled them. I also added maybe a half a cup more crushed crackers to the base to allow for the added weight of the ingredients. The quiche cut into 16ths held up fine. Oh my goodness. I was a huge hit. Not a crumb left.
Made this for New Year's Eve tonight and enjoyed it very much! The only changes I made were I doubled the mushrooms and made my own herb and garlic cream cheese. Overall it was very good, so I plan to make it again sometime.
This was very good. I added extra veggies and eliminated the bacon. It was still good. Will make again. Thanks for the recipe.
This was really good... took to a party, and not enough people tried it to give it 5 stars. I would make again.
Absolutely delicious! followed directions...added a bit more vegetables. Made in springform pan. nice presentation! Will double the recipe next time!
Delicious! Everyone wanted the recipe.
Made this for a New Years party. Everyone raved! I added more onion, mushrooms, and a little asparagus. Great!