One of our favorite meals has always been quiche but since I’ve gone gluten free and haven’t found a recipe I like for making pie crust, we’ve switched to making a crustless quiche. We’ve discovered that we really don’t miss having the crust at all.
It’s super simple and there’s really no recipe as such.
Butter whatever dish you’re using. Slice leftover potatoes into the bottom of the dish.
Chop and add whatever vegetables you happen to have in the fridge.
In this case, I used cauliflower, broccoli, tomatoes, onions and celery.
I topped that with some leftover chopped ham.
Then I beat a half dozen eggs in a large measuring cup and added enough milk to make 2 cups. To the egg mixture, I added salt, pepper and garlic powder then poured that over the vegetables and ham.
Top with grated cheese. We had a taco cheese mix in the fridge so that’s what I used.
Bake in a 350 degree F oven for about 1 hour or until the egg mixture has set.
It really is yummy!!