I hate to say this but...adding or removing ingredients to this recipe negates it being Quiche Lorraine!
Quiche Lorraine is, and always has been made with bacon and Swiss cheese ONLY. Substituting ham for the bacon or cheddar for Swiss means you are no longer making the same dish.
I can't believe how perfect and popular this little baby was! I didn't use all the bacon. 1/2 pound will suffice. Grabbed chives from my front yard. Used heavy whipping cream bc the store didn't have a half pint of heavy cream. It was perfect!!! I'm gonna make another one today for bible study. :) Be blessed!!!
Smooth and creamy texture. Could use a touch more nutmeg. I substituted 8oz of chopped ham for the bacon. Would work well with many substitues...broccoli, spinach, other cheeses, etc.
OMG Looks good on a cold morning.
My husband took this to work for a potluck brunch and said everyone loved it. I did not get to try it. I subbed sharp cheddar for the Swiss due to my preference.
i threw in some broccoli to make us feel a little bit healthier about eating this dish. it was really good and easy. i made it to feed the family for dinner. everybody ate it. although my 3 year old mostly stuck to eating the pie crust and broccoli pieces only.
This recipe produces an absolutely outstanding quiche! I will be entertaining guests shortly and this is definitely what we will have for breakfast. Fresh fruit will be a great addition to this breakfast. Shortly, I will be making this again...maybe baking, then freezing one of them. I hope that will not damage the quality.
I have made this quiche for many brunches. Each time it turns out great! We do some Jarlsberg and Cheddar for the cheeses, and use applewood smoked bacon. I was really happy to find it. It was easy to make, and serves about 5 healthy slices.
I took this to a brunch and this quiche is, by far, the best I've ever tasted. The only adjustment I made was by adding extra salt. Great and easy recipe, and I will definetly make it again!