For hosts who enjoy the convenience and rich-yet-light taste of quiche for every occasion, these are the ten best recipes to keep on hand. They include meats and cheese which pair nicely with fruits and salads or are completely veggie. These recipes can all be made in bite-sized, individual and pie-style serving formats. A 9-inch crust takes four beaten eggs, a cup of half-and-half or light cream, a cup of cheese, and meats or veggies. Cook about 50 minutes at 350, cool 15 minutes, and enjoy. Step up your game by experimenting with homemade crust.
Classic Quiche Lorraine was one of the first quiche recipes to become popular in the 1950s. Quiche and salad is a perfect cook-ahead dinner with extra slices for drop-in guests. From the basic quiche recipe, it adds about 3/4 cup cooked and crumbled bacon and 1/4 cup minced onion and uses Swiss cheese. A bit of salt, a dash of cayenne pepper and a bit of sugar balance it out.
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