How to make it

  • Grease a 9" pie plate.
  • Add the first five ingredients and put in pie plate
  • Combine the remaining ingredients and pour over the vegetable mixture.
  • Bake at 400* until a knife inserted in the center comes out clean, about 30 min.

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  • islandbon 8 years ago
    I added a little crumbled mild Italian turkey sausage and sweated the veggies a bit. Yum
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  • sas 10 years ago
    Made this again tonight. Used spinach, tomato, onion, mushrooms, Monterey jack with the Parmesan. OHHHHH, I am so happy that you turned me on to this. Ever since I tried the zucchini one I have been hooked. I also make them bigger in spring form pans. Thanks
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  • pointsevenout 10 years ago
    I'm going to make this dish but I need more details: How is the onion prepared? Chopped? Vertically sliced? Horizontally sliced? And how thick,if sliced? How are the cheeses prepared? Grated or shredded? Are the zucchini and tomato chopped large, medium or small chunk?
    And finally it should be noted that fresh to dry herbs is a 3:1 ratio. 3 measures of fresh equal 1 measure of dried herbs. I mention that because you are only using 1/4 teaspoon basil. That is not very much. I'm thinking about using more.

    You should see the size of my zucchini. I'm going to have to make at least 5 quiches. Maybe you have a larger cassarole size of this recipe?
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  • sas 10 years ago
    O.K So this SUMMER "QUICHE" just came out of my oven and I cut a sliver of it off and devoured it. Wow, this is really good and very interesting. I have never made anything sooooooo easy and yet so good. I made the one above but cut back on the onions. I also made one with cauliflower (cooked) Monterey Jack cheese instead of the cheddar and no basil and the tomato is a must. This is so versatile that you can add almost anything to it. Thanks, very happy.
    Sas
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  • sas 10 years ago
    I have never tried Bisquick. I actually just got back from the local farm and and bought tomatoes and zucchini and coincidently have a box of Bisquick. I'm trying this today. Thanks - sounds great.
    SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL FARMER.
    Sas
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  • thegoldminer 11 years ago
    Summer, what's wrong with this weekend! We are both lovers of quiche. Good stuff. JJ
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    " It was excellent "
    yummers ate it and said...
    I made this today for a lunch and it was so YUMMY!!!
    My friend and I just loved it and it took me 5 minutes to get it together...
    I will for sure make this again and again!!

    Thanks :)
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  • staceyfish 11 years ago
    I totally understand the being in a rush thing. This makes much more sense to me now and sounds even more delicious!
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  • michellem 11 years ago
    Sorry everyone..I did make some typos on this recipe..thank you staceyfish for pointing that out to me. I get in a hurry...Please note changes! I hope you like it!~M
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  • staceyfish 11 years ago
    I would absolutely love to try this recipe, but please clarify a couple of things:
    You've called for onion twice. Is this a typo?
    You call for "1 cup mild"..... mild what?
    I'd love to make this next week for a get-together I'm having!
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  • krumkake 11 years ago
    You're on a roll tonight, Micellem - keep 'em coming!! Yummy...I love a veggie quiche.
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  • zena824 11 years ago
    I really like the way this sounds.......
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