My whole family really enjoyed this--and although the tomatoes make a pretty presentation, we actually ended up taking them off. I used Pillsbury dough for the crust and Jarlsburg Cheese (my favorite!). All around a great recipe, although it did take me quite a bit of time to put together. Reheated just as well.
Crab Quiche Florentine
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Ashley22 Posted: 02/26/09
sparklesII Posted: 05/28/09
i thought this was fantastic. i made it first for a book club/brunch and again when i hosted my parents for a weekend. its extremely easy to make -- i chose to use a frozen pie crust and thought it worked quite well. i had to increase the cooking time a tad but otherwise, if you go by the recipe you will not be disappointed. i will be making this again for a baby shower i have coming up...
shirlsaw Posted: 12/09/12
I substituted a premade pie crust instead of the dough, only used 6 oz crab since that is what my can was, and 10 oz thawed frozen spinach. I put the spinach in when I sauted the onions to eliminate the cooking spray and get rid of the extra moisture. With these changes I calculated 1/6 of the pie as 302 calories. I will be making again!