I enjoyed this. If they had an option to rate it 3.5 stars I would have. I'll definitely be making it again for myself and my girlfriend. I don't think I'd make it for company as is, although I'm going to try the suggestion from another review to add some sun-dried tomatoes. That sounds like it has the potential to kick this up from good, solid recipe to outstanding.
Cajun Quiche in a Rice Crust
taylesworth Posted: 06/14/09
EmilyThompson Posted: 06/30/09
This was comfort food to the max. I made it with brown rice and sundried tomato and garlic turkey sausage, and added various spices to the egg and crust as I saw fit. It came out great. Very filling, cheesy and delicious.
Lovenit Posted: 12/15/08
With a BUT...I always use sundried tomato and basil chicken sausage and I chop up and add extra sundried tomatoes. I really think that is what this recipe needs. Whenever I make it, people love the rice crust and love the flavor.
JanetLBar Posted: 06/12/09
I loved this recipe and am surprised others gave it only 3 stars. I thought it was tasty, not too difficult to prepare, and pretty enough to serve to company. I made the rice the day before and that cut out some of the prep time. I think it would be great for brunch or dinner and maybe even breakfast too. It was also very filling and healthy for the amount of calories. I served with with CL's strawberry basil salad with a balsamic vinagrette and it was great!
karengra Posted: 05/13/10
Looks like a nice dish. This site has a great version of this recipe www.entertainingrecipes.org
Irishcookie Posted: 06/07/11
Excellant dish,I used Italian chicken sausage with sundried tomates,and I used provolone cheese and a little sharp cheddar cheese. Also grilled hearts of romain for the veggie.Served with watermelon chunks and dressed with aged balsomic vinegar reduction.
CindyW Posted: 10/09/12
A nice supper casserole-pie. Will make this again -- a nice meal watching NFL games on tv. :)
NumNumNum Posted: 03/24/13
Made this for a church potluck and it was the first thing to go! It was really tasty, though I'd up the spices a bit for our own family. We really enjoyed it, and it's getting added to our regular rotation.
osequin Posted: 04/27/13
I really enjoyed this recipe! The rice crust was nice and crispy on the edges and very flavorful. I served a whole pound of kielbasa on the side sauteed with barbecue sauce because I had more people to feed but all in all this was an unusual and great dish!
nwilker Posted: 03/19/12
This is great recipe to use up left over rice! You can definitely do with less rice i think - it makes a nice this crust, but would save a couple calories! I upped the tobasco, added red pepper flakes, and used a hot link. I didn't eat it hot, i let it come up to room temp and then eat it for breakfast. Would definitely use sun dried tomatoes next time and skip the red pepper (those can get expensive!)