Sunday, February 15, 2009

Impossible??? Quiche???

Doesn't this look lovely? I've been meaning to try out this recipe for ages and at last have got round to doing it. The recipe comes from a forum friend and fellow blogger called Sal. If you've a moment then click on the link on the right for Pink Bytes and you'll see her blog!
This is her Impossible Quiche which is actually not impossible but very easy. The secret is that all the ingredients go into a screwtop jar (or any watertight container) and are then shaken up. How easy is that?
It's not a true quiche in that there is no pastry case but I could certainly turn this out and slice it up to serve on plates with a salad.
It's a great recipe for the kids to try and the variations are as many as you could possible want or imagine so if you haven't tried it before then please give it a try.
Impossible Quiche.
4 eggs.
1 1/2 cups milk.
1 tablesp. softened butter.
2/3 cup S.R. flour.
1 cup grated cheddar.
1 sliced onion.
1/2 chopped capsicum.
1 grated courgette.
1 cup salmon, ham, chicken or bacon.
Beat together the eggs and milk, then put in all other ingreds. Put into air tight container and shake, SHAKE. But only for a short while, say 30 secs. Put into a well greased Quiche dish, sprinkle with Chives or cracked pepper, and bake in oven set at 180c for 35-45 mins. Eat hot or cold with a nice crisp salad. Enjoy.
The version I made used a medium tin of tuna, sweetcorn and onion with a couple of sliced tomatoes on the top. This is definately a keeper! Thanks Sal!!


natalia said...

Ciao !This certainly it's a nice idea !!

Maria said...

Jilly, this looks delish and would be perfect along-side a salad!


Sally said...

Thank you Jilly.
Yours does look very good indeed.
Have you tried making it in muffin trays? Nice to have little individual ones for a change.
Love Sal.xxxx

JillyB said...

Hi Natalia! Thanks for stopping by and yes, it's a lovely idea and works so well.
Maria, it was lovely and as it's chilly here we had it last night with baked beans!
Sal, individual ones would be great for the kids lunchboxes! I'm trying this out with my kids group in the next few weeks so individual ones would be good. Thanks.

Oh my! Apple pie! said...

Jilly I have never tried this recipe but I've heard a lot about it and am intriged....I'll have to give it a go.

Anna said...

What a great idea, it certainly looks good!

♥Rosie♥ said...

This really looks delish Jilly!!

Rosie x