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 a gourmet version of the classic quiche lorraine with the addition of gently cooked leeks and smoked bacon. Add queso fresco cheese to it (or replace with feta, goat's cheese or ricotta cheese) and it is just irresistible.
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.