It should be a well-known fact that I make the best quiche in the world!
Seriously! I can't tell you how many times over the years I have caught my friends & family stealing my quiche. It's the bomb! So, when my new allergies made an appearance, I had a mini-meltdown. "How the hell am I going to make my quiche now?!"
Lucky me, I found an awesome allergy-free pie crust at my local Lucky's Market!
For two pie-crusts, found in the frozen food section, I paid $4.99.
I was a little skeptical when I saw them, as I feel like I haven't had the best luck with rice products but I decided any quiche is better than no quiche at all. :)
I altered my quiche recipe below to accommodate my new allergies and it wasn't too shabby! Feel free to try it & let me know your thoughts! Enjoy!
Allergy Free Quiche
1/2 cup of rice flour
1.5 cups of milk
1 teaspoon of salt
4 eggs, beaten
2 tablespoons of melted butter
4 ounces of cheese
1 cup of meat or veggies (I like to do kielbasa sausage & green peppers)
1. Pre-heat oven to 375'
2. You can use pre-made pie crusts like the one above or make your own. This recipe will make two pans of quiche.
3. Place your choice of meat in a skillet and cook over medium heat until it is evenly brown.
4. In a mixing bowl, mix your flour, milk, salt, eggs, and melted butter.
5. Place meat, veggies and cheese evenly along the bottom of the pans.
6. Pour our mixture into the pans, evenly.
7. Bake in the over for 35 minutes until set.