Quiche doesn’t have to be just for brunch anymore. The great thing about quiche is its simplicity. A simple pie dough, eggs, cheese and other flavors combine to make this dish. The author uses a combination of kale, ricotta, and even Swiss cheese to make this dish. Instead of using a frozen dough, she gives you the recipe for a whole wheat dough to help give you back those whole grains that may be missing in your diet.
- Quiche is a time-honored dish that has a strong fan base. Ricotta and kale combine to create a memorable quiche that needs to be tried.
- Ricotta can be used to replace Swiss cheese in similar recipes. Some people may prefer Ricotta over the traditional Swiss cheese.
- Remember to follow the recipe closely and bake quiche until it is done. That will produce a delicious quiche and help people enjoy the flavor.
“So, this is a little strange. When it comes to Swiss cheese, I find it to be stinky with a horrible flavor, but when I add it to quiche? Magic happens!”
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