Unlike some, I cannot eat a big savoury breakfast dish first thing in the morning. But I can for brunch! One dish I do enjoy for brunch is Spinach and Mushroom Crustless Quiche. And this is one of my favourites because of the taste and that it is so easy to make while backpacking and travelling. It also has healthy ingredients like spinach, mushroom and eggs. Although I like this Spinach and Mushroom Crustless Quiche as a breakfast dish, you can serve it up for lunch or dinner.
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But Isn’t A ‘Crustless Quiche’ just a Frittata you ask?
While quiches and frittatas are both egg dishes, there are differences between the two of them. Being the texture and the way they are cooked. Firstly, quiches are more a custardy texture made from egg, cheese and milk or cream as the base. While frittatas contain little or no milk or cream and have more an omelette texture. Secondly, quiches are baked in an oven while frittatas are mostly cooked on a stovetop and only finished in an oven. As this is a quiche recipe you will need access to an oven, thought you could use a camp oven or a frypan with a lid to simulate the oven cooking process.
Can this Crustless Quiche be reheated?
Yes, it can. If you are a solo traveller this recipe makes a large dish of crustless quiche and you may not be able to eat it all. So knowing you can reheat it later is good to know.
Can this Crustless Quiche be Frozen?
I don’t always like freezing eggs dishes because I find the consistency of them can change. However, you can freeze this dish and see how it turns out for you. I would suggest if you can’t eat the whole lot, have it as two meals in the one day, or two breakfasts.
Does this Crustless Quiche Travel Well?
It would travel well if you have a container to carry it in. That’s if you don’t eat it all first!