½ cup SR flour (gf flour or I use a mix of tapioca flour and chickpea four, plus 1 t baking powder to lighten it)
1 1/2 cups milk
1 cup cheese (cheddar etc)
salt and pepper
onion – chopped and cooked in a pan
Other ingredients – for example
½ bunch spinach, chopped and lightly cooked to remove the moisture
3 rashers bacon
6 or 7 cherry tomatoes
leftovers veges in the fridge
cooked potatoes chopped up are excellent
***** It’s really whatever you want or have available. I just used, spinach, pine nuts, cherry tomatoes, par boiled butter beans and a little shredded bbq chicken that was in the fridge ******
In a large mixing bowl break your eggs and beat a little with a fork.
Add the cheese, milk, flour, salt, pepper and mix well.
In a frying pan add a little butter and a drizzle of olive oil and add your chopped onion and cook until soft and starting to colour. When done, add onions to your quiche mixture.
If using spinach, chop the spinach and add to the frypan to cook a little – just to wilt and remove the moisture.
If using bacon I would chop and cook a little in the frypan as it makes the bacon tastier.
Mix all well and pour into your desired pan or container
Make sure it is even and there are no really wet or chunky parts
Cook for 45mins.
When cooked set aside with a tea towel over the top for 10mins before serving
Serve with salad or just eat it whenever!
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