Thursday, August 18, 2011

Tomato Quiche

I ate a lot of quiche when I lived in the South of France (we're talking circa 1996-1997), but it's not something I really eat or see a lot in Los Angeles. 

After bringing home some beautiful tomatoes from the farmer's market the other day, I decided to concoct an easy-to-make version of quiche. 

Here's the recipe in case you'd like to be French for a night. 

pre-made whole wheat pie crust
1 1/4 cup of milk
3 eggs
oregano to taste
garlic to taste
salt to taste
hot sauce if you like it a little sassy
20 slices of tomato
fresh basil

Heat oven to 375 degrees

In a bowl, mix together the milk, eggs, oregano, garlic, salt and hot sauce (you could also add other things like onions or olives). 

Crumble the feta (if not pre-crumbled) and place at bottom of pie crust. 

Pour wet ingredients on top. 

Decoratively lie the tomato slices in a circle to make it look pretty. Sprinkle with fresh pieces of basil and bake for an hour and twenty minutes (it should be cooked through - you can test with a toothpick....)

don't you love my messy kitchen??
Bon Appetite!!!


  1. This looks amazing. I'm making it as soon as I'm off the cleanse ;)

  2. I LOVE quiche!! My girls love it in their lunchboxes too!!

    This one looks yummy!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  3. Thank you for linking up to Sew Woodsy last week. Unfortunately, we are a craft only link party, and I had to delete this post. Please join us again tomorrow to link up a craft project.


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