Make a traditional quiche lorraine or an easy version. We have a gluten free quiche lorraine recipe as well as one that uses smoked ham.
Bacon, eggs, cheese and onions make a simple but absolutely delicious light lunch or dinner. Serve with a green salad.
Although the original Quiche Lorraine did not include cheese, this is the version that became popular in the 1950s. A quiche is perfect for lunch or for a first course at dinner.
This classic is simply unbeatable. If you are planning to stock up your freezer, take the quiche out of the oven 5 minutes before the end of the baking time, allow to cool, cut into pieces and freeze in individual servings.
Quiche is perfect for a light dinner or a quick lunch. Watch this recipe being made in the Allrecipes Quiche Lorraine Video.
Smoked ham brings the traditional quiche Lorraine recipe to a new level. This recipe is also great for using up leftover Christmas ham.
Quiche Lorraine is delicious and very simple to make with pre-prepared shortcrust pastry. It's perfect for lunch, dinner or picnics.
This is an easy version of the traditional Quiche Lorraine which is basically an egg and bacon pie. It is a great foundation for a dinner or makes a light lunch eaten alone.
A simple and easy shortcrust pastry for using with quiche or bacon and egg pie. It uses only 3 simple ingredients: flour, butter and a splash of water.
A quick and easy quiche Lorraine with bacon and Swiss cheese. A custard, made of egg and milk, is poured over bacon then cooked until golden brown.