Servings: four to six.
I like to serve this quiche accompanied by a salad of baby spinach leaves dressed with a shallot vinaigrette. You can substitute a good sheep’s milk cheese like Brin d’Amour for the goat cheese if you like.
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Perfect! I added sauteed mushrooms to the pan before adding the spinach mixture. I loved all of the flavors. This will be a standard dish at our home.
A very tasty quiche with a nice crust! I used scallions instead of chives, and substituted 1 tsp. dried thyme for the tbsp. fresh thyme. My baking time for the quiche was a little less, ca. 35 minutes instead of 40, so make sure to check the tarte before the end of the bake. I will definitely make this quiche again.
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