bachelorette brunch: part IV

In breakfast on July 30, 2009 at 1:47 pm

the final player in our game of brunch was quiche. i think it’s always good to have something savory at your brunch. it’s the -unch.

rather than making pie crust (back to our theme of quick and easy) i used large flour tortillas to line the baking dish. don’t bother greasing the dish, just lay it in there.


my filling was sauteed (in olive oil) onions, mushrooms, spinach and thinly sliced new potatoes (and salt and pepper, obvs)…


…mixed with five beaten eggs and a healthy splash of milk.


you could really use any veggies here – be creative! and even though i showed two crusts in the first picture, this amount of filling was perfect for one.

i baked the quiche at 375 for about 40 minutes. you can check it by shaking it (does it wiggle in the middle?) or sticking a knife in the middle to see if it comes out clean.

we were apparently too hungry to think clearly at this point, because there’s no picture of the finished quiche. but trust me, it looked fab and the “crust” worked like a charm.

the end!

i lied! apparently ::i:: was too hungry to take a picture of the final product, but someone else wasn’t!


  1. The tortilla as crust sounds like such a great idea! I’ll definitely have to try it for my next quiche!

  2. I can’t wait to make this!!!

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