A quiche dish, despite its innate simplicity, can be intimidating for some, especially when it has a reputation for being fancy. In reality, with a few time-saving techniques and creativity with ingredients, you can whip up a quick quiche recipe that can easily impress friends and family alike. Here are some quiche recipes you can try!
Bread Bowl Quiche Lorraine
Quiche Lorraine is the classic of all quiches, possibly even the Original Quiche itself.
But this french quiche recipe gets rid of the pastry crust in favor of a full-size bread bowl. Panera Bread would be so proud!
This delicious quiche gets its name from celebrity chef Valerie Bertinelli. The mushroom quiche recipe relies on six eggs, cream, mushrooms, herbs, and three different kinds of cheese to make a rich breakfast treat that’s also vegetarian.
You’ll need to know how to make a flaky pie crust — or at least go to the store to buy one.
Brie and Broccoli Quiche
What better to go into a French pastry than a French type of cheese?
Brie is the classic soft cheese of French cuisine, with brie enthusiasts all around the globe. This flavorful quiche from The Pioneer Woman combines it with broccoli for a veggie kick.
Green Chilli Quiche
People usually crave a breakfast quiche, so recipes normally don’t contain a lot of serious spice.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t think outside the box. This green chile quiche packs a delicious punch from chili peppers, paprika, and pepper jack cheese.
Goat Cheese Quiche Dish
There are few things better than delicious, tangy goat cheese. Since most quiches use cheese, it was only a matter of time before one of them included this delicious Mediterranean version to make a quiche that’s simply to die for.
Spicy Chicken and Onion Quiche
Included in this spicy chicken and onion quiche recipe are other non-traditional flavors to produce a dish that’s intensely spiced and full of texture and flavor.
Turkey and Cheddar Quiche
Is there a rule that if it makes a delicious sandwich, it will also make a delicious quiche? It certainly seems like it. This turkey and cheddar quiche is a classic flavor combination in a flaky pastry that you won’t want to miss.
This is also the perfect answer to leftovers as well. Can you make quiche ahead of time? Of course!
So when dealing with Thanksgiving leftovers, you can make them into a quiche and then consume them the next day.
Pastrami and Swiss Quiche
Pastrami is usually seen between two slices of bread, but that’s not the only option for this salty, delicious meat. Combined with Swiss cheese and red onions, and then covered in black pepper and nutmeg, it makes perfect pastrami and Swiss quiche.
Soppressata and Olive Quiche
This soppressata and olive quiche is definitely an example of thinking outside the box.
Flavored with parmesan cheese and chives, it’s a tangy, salty quiche that perfectly captures the flavors of the Mediterranean.
Sausage and Mozzarella Quiche with Pickled Cherry Peppers
If you want to really go for haute cuisine, try your hand at making this sausage and mozzarella quiche with pickled cherry peppers. It’s a perfect blend of rich, salty, tangy, and spicy.
Quiche may be considered fancy by some, but that doesn’t mean you can’t put a little country flavor into it.
This country quiche uses Cheddar cheese, tomatoes, pork sausage, and sage to get a real homestead-type feel.
Caramelized Onion Quiche
Caramelized onion quiche is a traditional recipe and for a good reason — it’s absolutely delicious. Sometimes, that’s all you need to get people talking about your dish until your next brunch event.
This vegetarian quiche recipe is something you’d definitely make over and over!
Whether you like it rustic, vegetarian, or a bit more imaginative, this simple dish can accommodate anybody’s taste! Try these quiche dish recipes for breakfast, and even for dinner, so you can impress your friends and family.