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How To Cook A Quiche
In 20 Minutes

Learn how to cook a quiche - this one is gluten free.
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This is our short cut method on how to cook a quiche so that it's done and on the table in 20 minutes. Cook quiche without a pie crust and without added self raising flour for a healthy, natural, whole food meal.

This is one of our gluten free easy recipes.


Rating:  Easy

Hands-On Time:  3 mins

Hands-Off Time:  15 mins







Bacon & Spinach Quiche
In 20 Minutes

To make this short cut quiche you'll need:

  • 6 oz/ 180 gm frozen spinach, thawed
  • 6 pieces of bacon, cooked and cut into small pieces
  • 1 cup shredded tasty cheese
  • 5 eggs
  • 2 half shells milk
  • salt, pepper, dried chives
  • Preheat the oven to 460F/220C

  • Into the ceramic flan ware, place the spinach, bacon pieces and cheese. Mix it around

  • In a large jug, beat eggs with milk and seasoning

  • Pour beaten egg mixture over the ingredients in the flan

  • Bake for 15 minutes

  • This can be served immediately and is just as delicious cold


Step By Step Photo Tutorial
How To Cook A Quiche In 20 Minutes

Ingredients for a gluten free quiche
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Fried bacon pieces
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Eggs ready to be beaten
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Add a quantity of milk using half an egg shell as a measure
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The ingredients ready for the quiche
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Quiche ingredients now mixed and ready to be baked.
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Gluten free quiche baked beautifully
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Tips From Easy Recipes

  • To cook efficiently, I buy a large 2 pound/ 1 kilo bag of bacon and dispense the bacon into meal serves

  • Using a pair of kitchen scissors, half is cut roughly into smaller pieces, pan fried and frozen to be used later  such as here when you need to cook quiche.

  • If adding milk or water to an egg mixture, the general rule of thumb is half an eggshell of fluid to one egg.  We add a little fluid so that the egg texture is not too dense

  • For our easy recipes without using flour, that is gluten free easy recipes, use less added liquid. When you cook quiche you want it not to be too wobbly.  Often you'll find, cooks add a tablespoon of self raising flour.  However to cook quiche gluten free, you'll notice we add only one half egg shell of added fluid to 2 eggs

  • Always have in your pantry, dried chives or dried herbs. When you're cooking quickly, these handy herbs add flavor and complexity to the easy recipes

  • Grease your bake ware if it is non-stick

  • Always preheat the oven so that the oven cavity is at an even temperature before you cook quiche.


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