The idea to bake quiche without bottom, I find absolutely brilliant. Because let’s be honest, the most delicious thing about Quiche is always the filling anyway, right?
And now hold on, it gets better. Because we save a lot of calories without crust (Low-Carb-Alarm!), There is a decent portion of cheese as a reward.
Crispy, extra-cheesy and easy on top – you’ll love the zucchini-corn-quiche without bottom.
The first time the sweetheart and I have tried the quiche in our Schrebergärtchen.
Because the quiche is so huge that it does not fit in the bike basket (and we could not wait for the cooling), we have cut the quiche into pieces, put it in a lunch box and feed it directly from the can in the garden on our beautiful old wooden table.
Add a glass of wine and the last rays of sunshine of the day, the day can not be better.
Now while writing I feel a little annoyed that I have not also photographed a single piece for you.
But the sight of the extra-caliber crust was so tempting that we could not wait any longer for the food.
So that you can let the merits of the quiche melt on your tongue anyway, here are some hard facts.
The Ground Zucchini Corn Quiche is
- Extra Cheesy.
- Warm and filling.
- Light pleasure.
All in all:
Delicious. And easy. And done quickly.
You do not need more arguments, right? Alright, one more thing.
The Zucchini Corn Quiche without soil is incredibly versatile. You do not get fresh corn? Then simply replace it with well-drained corn or frozen corn. You would rather use other vegetables? How about spinach, peppers or mushrooms.
You can let off steam even with cheese. For example, we already made the quiche with a part of Gorgonzola. Unbelievable good.
Crunchy, extracafe and low-carb, the Zucchini Corn Quiche without soil is the perfect dish for all lovers of crunchy cheese crusts.
Zucchini Corn Quiche without Ground
Portions : 1 Quiche
calories per serving : 837 kcal
- salt and pepper
for example Gouda and Gorgonzola + some cheese to sprinkle
Oven on 185 Preheat degree.
Dice the onion. Heat butter in a large pan. Fry the onion over medium heat until glassy.
Meanwhile, cut the zucchini into thin slices and corn kernels from the flask. Add to the pan and cook for 5 to 10 minutes. Take from the heat.
Season the vegetables with oregano, salt and pepper. Fold in cheese. Whisk and fold eggs.
Pour the mixture into a quiche dish and sprinkle with the rest of the cheese. Bake in the oven for about 15 minutes until the quiche is firm with a crunchy brown crust.
What do you say, Quiche Hopeless? or top?