I feel healthy this week.
Though after watching Carnival Cravings with Anthony Anderson I am craving a twinkie! Or a chocolate bar…. However I have been making vegetarian meals most of this week! And vegetarian food makes me happy.
Just as I am sure beef is making my parents happy.
You know, as they no longer have their picky non-meat-eating daughter living with them!
So this evening I wanted to make a quiche… well a quiche or a chicken pot pie. But I didn’t feel like thawing my chicken out so quiche it was!
I feel like my quiche lacked some egg though. It was very veggie filled but, but was low on egg.
This being odd as I followed the recipe. Which I got from Two Peas & Their Pod, the direct link to the recipe can be found here. If you’ve not visited Two Peas & Their Pod you’d best do so soon! Great site!
- 1 Tablespoon olive oil
- 8 asparagus spears, ends removed and chopped into ¾ an inch
- ½ cup (285g) frozen spinach, thawed and drained
- 5 large eggs
- 1 cup (240ml) almond milk
- ½ cup (50g) feta cheese, crumbled
- ¼ cup (56g) shredded mozzarella
- Salt and pepper to taste
- 1 pie crust
In a medium frying pan sauté asparagus until soft and set aside with thawed spinach.
In a medium-sized mixing bowl, whisk eggs with milk. Add feta, mozzarella, and salt and pepper until combined.
Remove pie crust from refrigerator and place in a lined 9 x 9 baking dish.
Place vegetables in the pie crust and pour egg mixture over vegetables and place in oven for forty-five minutes. The crust and egg should be golden-brown by then.
Once cooked allow quiche to sit for around five minutes and then enjoy!
I also think I missed out on a bit of salt. Oops.
It did taste good though. Well quiche tastes fabulous with ketchup so of course it tasted good.
My dad introduced me to ketchup with quiche and now I can’t eat quiche without it. I also love paninis and ketchup. Yum!
So my meal filled me right up and I have enough for breakfast tomorrow too!
I almost feel like sending some quiche over to Angola to treat my dad to some of this puppy. But we all know that wouldn’t make it to him in a quick enough fashion to still be edible. Sorry dad!
Anyway, if you like quiche for supper (or breakfast) and you want to keep it healthy, go for this beauty and definitely enjoy it!
I would have put some paprika powder and red chili flakes in it if I thought of it, but this was still good!
So please enjoy!