Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Crustless Mushroom & Spaghetti Quiche

Quiche is kind of open pie prepared mostly as savoury version with most of the time with veggies or else with meats or seafoods..You can have this sort of quiche anytime of day,they can be eatern for breakfast,lunch or for dinner..They can be served very well chilled,warm along with salads or soups..Quiche is quite a famous dish here in France, most of the time these quiche goes for simple crust which i completely skipped here and prepared as healthy version just by avoiding cream and replaced the cream by low fat milk..Also i used some leftover already cooked spaghetti with finely chopped mushrooms to prepare this super delicious filling quiche..We enjoyed having this super delicious quiche for our dinner with a simple tomato and sweet corn salad, both together turned out our dinner super filling,satisfying and prefect..


1cup Button Mushrooms (chopped finely)
1cup Spaghetti (cooked & cut as small pieces)
1no Onion (large & chopped)
2cups Milk
2nos Eggs
3tbsp All purpose flour
Grated cheese (as per need)
Salt
Pepper powder
1/2tsp Dry herbs (parsley,thymn leaves)
Olive oil

Heat enough oil, saute the onions until they turns bit transculent, add the chopped mushroom,salt and pepper powder,cook for few minutes and put off the stove..Preheat the oven to 350F...meanwhile whisk the eggs,milk,flour,dry herbs in a bowl..add the cooled onion-mushroom mixture, sphagetti pieces to the whisked egg mixture and pour in a greased mould,sprinkle the grated cheese as per need..Bake for 15-20minutes in middle rack..

Serve warm with a soup or salad..

59 comments:

  1. hey is the spaghetti cooked??
    I am a novice cook and find your site blog very helpful :)

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  2. hey did not read the initial post got the answer :)

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  3. Yumm and spongy luking Mushroom Spghetti Quiche - A wonderful light as well as a filling meal.Thanks for sharing it.

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  4. With leftover spaghetti I usually make frittata, but a quiche is a good idea!

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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  5. wow its come out so beautiful ...love the recipe priya:)

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  6. Wow Priya..that so innovative. Its such a yummy looking dish :)

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  7. wow..Yummy and tempting quiche...Thanks for sharing...

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  8. I love this recipe priya...just bookmarked it..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  9. wow anything with mushroom i am in,love this quinche...luks so tempting.

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  10. Here we love a piece of quiche wish a salade and this just looks so so good.

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  11. lovely sphagetti recipe..yum yum!

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  12. Looks super priya... love this lowfat version.. had been in my to-do list Priya, is the Spaghetti cooked or raw?
    Krithi's Kitchen
    Event: Serve It - Festival Potluck

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  13. Wow, a great idea to use leftover spaghetti! Sounds good in a mushroom quiche!

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  14. Getting rid of the crust definitely makes it so much healthier.. they look perfect!
    I love quiche.

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  15. Wonderful quiche, sort of like a frittata and a quiche combined and what a relief to skip the crust-making part!

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  16. i am totally loving this quiche...so delicious one...thanx priya for sharing such yummy recipes !!!

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  17. This looks great! I love quiche but avoid making it b/c of the rich buttery crust. Love your blog..now following you! Please check out mine. www.chocolateand chillies.blogspot.com

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  18. nice looking crustless quiche; good combo

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  19. Once again, amazed by your versatile recipes. I've never tried my hands at quiche. Well, not until now :) Good to be back to see your lovely recipes, Priya!

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  20. Reading about it itself made me hungry..let me go and eat something first..LOL !

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  21. Cheesy & too yummyy!!! Can I have that slice..pleeeease!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  22. Great Quiche.Loved the way you used leftovers for a new dish.

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  23. the quiche looks great Priya, ur recipe sounds so simple..bookmarked it..

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  24. Une quiche spaghettis/champignons : une idée originale. J'aime beaucoup.
    A très bientôt

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  25. Quiche is so ravishing priya. Just love it, iam hungry now.

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  26. This is a great idea, wonderful brunch item!

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  27. Looks good, though i am not a big fan of quiches!

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  28. Very interesting and innovative recipe.Quiche looks perfect, yummy and tempting.

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  29. lovely recipe....looks yummy and tempting.

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  30. Great combo and turned out great!


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  31. yummy spaghetti quiche, a great way of using left over spaghetti ;-)

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  32. OMG ! drooling here Priya ! do link it to GFF

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  33. Can u let me know how egg can be replaced in this dish Priya ? Planning to try this out real soon .. bookmarked :-)

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  34. Mouthwatering dish.......Very nice click. I am drooling here.

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  35. looks awesome... beautiful picture

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  36. good breakfast or snack recipe!...loving it!

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  37. Love the recipe, since we are huge pasta lovers...bookmarking it!
    Thanks Priya, for sharing!
    xoxo

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  38. I love the variety you can serve up with quiches! This one looks tasty

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  39. thats something I would love to have...yummy!

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  40. There are two very important features to an excellent quiche: a light, flaky crust and a heavenly filling. Quiche is such as simple meal. It can be served for regular family dinners, a brunch or for an elegant entree for guests.
    Quiches

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