NO CRUST FRENCH QUICHE (+ Giveaway)

French Quiche Crustless
Quiche is a very popular dish in France. We eat it warm or cold and it is usually served with a side of salad in French brasseries, at lunch time. It is also commonly offered for aperitif, cut in individual bites.
I learnt to make no crust French quiche when I was a child, and it’s my favourite quiche recipe because it is quick to make yet delicious! It also has less calories than you traditional quiche Lorraine as it doesn’t contain cream, butter and it’s crust-less (there is no pastry).

NO CRUST FRENCH QUICHE

Ingredients

  • 100 g plain flour
  • 3 farm fresh eggs
  • 500 ml full cream milk
  • 100 g diced bacon (pan fried without oil)
  • 100 g cheese (grated)
  • Salt and pepper to taste

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Method

  1. Preheat oven to 200°C. Lightly grease a pie dish.
  2. Combine all ingredients.
  3. Place diced bacon in a pie dish. Pour mix over the bacon.
  4. Bake for 30 to 40 minutes (until firm and golden).

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Giveaway

To celebrate Pyrex 100 Year Anniversary, Mademoiselle Slimalicious and World Kitchen have teamed up to offer one lucky winner the chance to win a $56 Pyrex Baking Kit. The prize pack includes:

  • 1x Large Spatula
  • 1x Spoonula
  • 1x Basting brush
  • 3 Pc Mixing Bowl Set

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To enter: visit my Facebook page to find out how to enter this giveaway

Giveaway is open to readers in Australia. The giveaway close on June 10th, 6 pm. One winner will be chosen and notified by email shortly after the end of the competition. If a reply email containing the winner’s name and postal address is not received within 3 days, the prize will be forfeited and awarded to another entrant. The prizes were kindly donated by World Kitchen. Prize RRP $56 + delivery. I did not receive financial compensation for writing this post, I was gifted product samples for the purpose of the feature, all opinions, words and photographies used in this post are my own.  

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