May 3, 2010

 

Mexican Quiche

tortilla crust quiche slice

Do you remember the bread crust quiche I shared two weeks ago?  Here is the other quiche I made that night.  My family preferred this one to the other, and I think I will make it again.  The tortillas made a nice thin crust, though I still think no crust at all is a delicious and easy way to make any quiche. 

Gluten-Free Mexican Quiche

Preheat oven to 350 degrees

Ingredients
Line the pie plate with corn tortillas like this:

tortilla crust quiche crust

Beat the eggs in a bowl then mix everything else in.  Pour the filling into the pie dish and baked it at 350 degrees about 35 minutes.  Mine looked like this:

tortilla crust quiche cooked

The pieces of tortilla that were sticking up were too hard to eat, but the rest was very good.  We enjoyed the flavors, and I bet many of you would too.

Be sure to come back Wednesday for the quiche roundup.

This recipe is linked to Slightly Indulgent Tuesdays, Tasty Tuesday, and Tempt My Tummy Tuesdays.

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Comments:
Great idea, Linda. I can't wait to make it! Thanks for linking to TMTT!
 
Sounds good. Too bad the edges got hard, it looked so pretty like a rose.
 
This looks really yummy! We love quiches (and frittatas) around here. I think they're one of the best ways for using up leftovers. :) Thanks for sharing this recipe!
 
Oh, yes, I can see this dish being very popular! I like using corn tortillas that way. It's similar to my enchilada casserole. One doesn't have to worry about them falling apart like you do if you use them whole. Yum, Linda!

Shirley
 
Love your easy ideas for quiche crust! I've once made a quiche using canadian bacon slices (you know, the 3-4 inch ones) as the crust. Works great! Not for a Mexican quiche really, though, cause the flavors aren't quite right, but a breakfast quiche would be great.
 
I've been enjoying your different quiche crusts! Eggs and Salsa are such a great idea, quick and easy :)

~Aubree Cherie
 
This looks great, I have all the ingredients in, I think I might try it for lunch :)
 
Look sosososososo good! I avoid wheat so this will be GREAT TO TRY!

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That looks so yummy! I think we might try it soon!
 
That looks EXCELLENT and so easy! Thanks for sharing...I think it would make a great breakfast. I bet using a hashbrown crust could work nicely as well.
 

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