Chicken Spinach Quiche
Total TimePrep: 10 min. Bake: 40 min. + standing
This is my no fail- go to quiche. I have made hundreds thru the years for catering events, and it can be made ahead, frozen- and reheated,
I needed to try a new quiche recipe and this did not disappoint! All 3 of my picky eaters loved it. I also tried air frying the chicken breasts from frozen for the 1st time this evening and that turned out fantastic too. I won't be going back to my old recipe.
I found this recipe in a Taste of Home magazine at least 10 years ago and have made it many times since. Using the milk, mayo cheese and egg base I have made many variations. My favorite being chicken and artichoke. Other’s I’ve done. Bacon (lorraigne) or ham and pineapple. Really whatever ingredients I have on hand. I usually use shredded pepper jack cheese since I always have that. When ever I make this I am always asked for the recipe.
Perfect! Not only easy to prepare but turns out beautiful! Picture worthy quiche was excellent. Great recipe, perfect cooking time. To super-size a little I do use 3 eggs and entire box of spinach. As a volunteer feild editor with Taste of Home magazine, I like this recipe because it can be easily customized to my families tastes.
I made this last night. I made two changes...I used broccoli instead of spinach, because I already had it in my freezer and I made it crustless. It was very good.
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After reading the reviews, I skipped the mayo, used 4 eggs, added some hot pepper flakes and Italian seasoning. Since I had a deep dish pie crust, I increased the chicken to 2 cups. Using the convection function on my oven, this turned out beautifully browned and the family loved it. Will definitely make again!
I substituted broccoli for the spinach, cut back (just a little) on the mayo and used a combination of milk and half and half for the rest of the liquid. I also added a little Italian seasoning and cayenne pepper for additional flavor. My kids were sure they weren't going to like this...so they had seconds just to be sure. : ) Delicious!
how much chicken? don't see it on the list of ingredients
This has been a favorite for a few years now. I found it in the 2004 annual recipe book. I have tried it many ways, substituting ham, broccoli, zucchini, adding mushrooms, bell peppers, different cheeses. More eggs, less mayo. It always come out great and we love having leftovers.