Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Crustless Ham and Artichoke Quiche

Crustless Ham and Artichoke Quiche


I don't often re post a recipe but this quiche is just too good to be hidden. We made it for dinner tonight and it was delicious. It stood on it's own, it didn't need salsa, ketchup or any thing.
I like this recipe because it doesn't have a crust. You save time and calories. Tonight we made it with fat free plain yogurt and low fat cottage cheese. We used mini Bella mushrooms and a jar of marinated artichoke hearts. This is a great recipe to 'clean out' the cheese drawer. We used Parmesan, Gruyere and medium cheddar. It was a great combo. I thought about adding some blanched asparagus. So you really can't go wrong 
with this quiche, there are so many ways to make it yours. Try it soon!


Crustless Ham and Artichoke Quiche
Saute' 1/4 pound sliced mushrooms in a little butter
Add to:
4 eggs, well beaten
1 cup sour cream or plain yogurt
1 cup low fat cottage cheese
½ cup grated Parmesan cheese
¼ cup flour
1 teaspoon onion powder
1/8 teaspoon salt
4 drops Tabasco
1 ½ cups shredded cheese, I like pepper jack or sharp cheddar
¾ cup artichoke hearts, diced
1 cup diced ham


Pour in a greased 10 inch quiche pan. Bake 350 35-45 minutes till golden brown and knife inserted in center comes out clean. Serve warm or cold with diced tomatoes or fresh salsa. This is another great recipe from Judi Sears. It is perfect for weekend brunch, leftovers (if you have them--and we do now there are just two of us) make a great lunch. This recipe is in my 'most requested' file. Enjoy!

12 comments:

mireia badia said...

My mom loves artichokes so I must try this at some stage, I’m going to pin it right now :)

Inside a British Mum's Kitchen said...

LOVE quiche and this is wonderful without having to make pastry! fantastic recipe :)
Mary x

Lizzy said...

This looks delicious, Cindy! I'd much rather ditch the crust and focus on more cheese and yummy filling ingredients :)

Kristin said...

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Erin said...

This sounds wonderful! You can't go wrong with artichokes and ham! YUM!

Eliotseats said...

What a greay recipe---so versatile. I'm sure that fresh asparagus would be awesome. Can't wait to gey my hands on some this spring.

Eliotseats said...

What a greay recipe---so versatile. I'm sure that fresh asparagus would be awesome. Can't wait to gey my hands on some this spring.

Cakelaw said...

This looks so good - and I think no crust is better, as you can save room to eat more of the gorgeous filling.

Gloria said...

Sounds delicious and I love that it doesn't need a crust. Saving calories on something like this leaves more room for something tasty like cookies or cake. ;)

Tia the Baker said...

artichokes are one of my favorite ingredients! mmm this looks fab.

Tia the Baker said...

this looks so good. anything with artichokes is awesome too!

Kayte said...

Yum...what a good idea to have something crustless like this. Sometimes it is nice to cut the cals in little ways here and there so you can have something as wonderful as these ingredients all snuggling in one place!