Friday, November 14, 2014

Easy Crustless Quiche Recipe!



When my husband and I made the Taiwan Red Bean Wheelcakes back in September, we were trying out various recipes that could be used on the Nordic Ware Eggs Plus Pan. One thing that you should know about my husband is that he is a huge proponent on ensuring that every single one of our kitchen gadgets must not be single function kitchen tools (with the exception of a can opener). This means that any kitchen gadget that lives in our kitchen must be able to be used for different recipes. 

The first recipe we made with the new pan was actually not the Taiwan Red Bean Wheelcakes but instead Crustless Quiches!


So below is the recipe for the Crustless Quiches. Make sure you read all the way to the end for exciting details on how you can win the Eggs Plus Pan for yourself!

Crustless Quiches

Ingredients
  • approx. 1 cup of milk
  • 4 eggs
  • 3-4 filling ingredients such as tomatoes, onions, cheese, spinach etc.. The sky's the limit!

Directions:

  1. Dice up all the ingredients into smaller pieces as the quiche cooks fairly quickly.
  2. Beat eggs and milk together in a bowl. Transfer the filling to a bowl with a spout and pour the egg mixture about half-way up each reservoir. Oiling each reservoir beforehand is optional (the pan is non-stick).

  3. Once the egg mixture begins to cook, slowly add fillings to each crustless quiche. You can even put different fillings in each one and customize to everyone's preferences!
  4. Cook the crustless quiches on medium for about 10 minutes, or until the tops are cooked and the egg is no longer runny looking.
  5. Using a silicon spatula gently loosen the quiche from the pan and serve onto a plate.

We tried putting the top on the pan initially, but realized that this would soften the quiches as the pan begins to cook with steam. If you want crispy quiches, leave the top off.
It goes without saying that having individual quiche creations is great. However, you could easily use the pan for multiple uses such as making two crustless quiches, a sunny side egg and sausage all in the same pan. The pan also has a little pamphlet that comes with further ideas on how to use it.

Or, you could always make the Taiwan Red Bean Wheelcakes from my previous post!



Giveaway!

Now for the eggciting part of this post! Nordic Ware has given me an Eggs Plus Pan to give away to one lucky reader! This pan will be shipped directly to you from Nordic Ware and is open to Canada and the U.S! Enter the giveaway in the Rafflecopter below with your details. Make sure you leave a comment as that is the minimum requirement for entering the giveaway. Good luck!

Prize: One (1) lucky reader will receive a Nordic Ware Eggs Plus Pan.

Duration: Giveaway will be open until November 30, 2014.

Who Can Enter: Open to residents of Canada and the USA.

How to Enter: Please follow the instructions in the rafflecopter below. Remember that leaving a comment is mandatory.

How will the winner be chosen: The winner will be chosen at random and will be notified via email. The winner will have 24 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen.



86 comments:

  1. I would make egg,green bell pepper, onion, and mushroom quiche.

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  2. I would love to try your Taiwan Red Bean Wheel Cakes recipe.

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  3. quiche actually . We don't make it much and a bacon mushroom one would be perfect!

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  4. quiche so simple... think I would make a helathier version with more eggs whites and almond milk, would love to see how it would turn out.... :)

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  5. Would love the opportunity to try these quiches

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  6. ooh yes! The nice thing about this pan is that you can make individual portions and/or different quiches for different people! Thanks for entering! You can also tweet your way (if you haven't already) and vote for me in the MIB awards! :)

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  7. Thanks Valerie! Yes those Taiwan Red Bean wheel cakes are delicious! I think I need to make some more as it would be awesome to have a hot wheelcake in this snowy weather.


    If you have time, also vote for me in the MIB awards!

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  8. Just egg in the sandwich and nothing else? Sunny side or scrambled?

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  9. Hi Summer! Yes that would be tasty! You could even have one that is just mushroom and cheese, one with bacon & cheese and one with both! :)

    If you have time, please vote for me in the MIB awards in the cooking category!

    http://www.mibawards.ca/en/2014/cooking/beyond-umami/

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  10. That does sound interesting. Doesn't hurt to try it out to see how it would go!

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  11. I would love to make a lot of quiches with this! ;)

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  12. What a great gadget! I could see mini omelets as well as the mini quiche's Good luck to all

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  13. This looks like a great gadget for our newly Gluten Free home!

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  14. I would make single serve cheddar omelettes.

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  15. I would use this to create breakfast sandwiches in one pan!

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  16. I'd made spinach and cheese mini omelets.

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  17. Thanks for the giveaway! I would love to try to make Taiwanese red bean cakes and also some sort of McGriddle-like pancake/egg sandwich! So many possible breakfast combinations!

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  18. Would love to try your Taiwanese red bean cake recipe! There's also a Vietnamese dish (mung bean rice cake with shrimp and vegetables) that would use a similar pan. Definitely want to try that out!

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  19. I would make eggs that have cheese, peppers and hot sauce in it.

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  20. I would make the mini-quiches. My kid loves quiche, just not the crust, so this a great idea.

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  21. Yum....Taiwanese red bean cakes...haven't had those in years, but totally brings me back to my childhood!!

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  22. I would probably experiment with non-egg dishes like the Taiwanese wheel cakes but maybe also think about doing other steam cake-y like things too!

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  23. thanks for entering! Good luck!

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  24. Yes! I do like that you can make different quiches for different people with this pan! Or if 3 guests want quiche and a kid wants scrambled eggs.

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  25. excellent ideas! :) good luck!

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  26. Yes this would be perfect for most breakfast and brunch dishes!

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  27. great! thanks Kelly for entering.

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  28. Yup! That is a super nice feature about this pan. I haven't made the other suggestions for the pan, but you could also steam dumplings in it too as there is a cover that allows for that option.

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  29. mm..delicious! That sounds great for breakfast, brunch or even for a quick dinner :D

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  30. yes! Thanks Lisa for entering. Definitely a bunch of breakfast combinations. There is also a lid that comes with the pan so you can even steam items with the pan!

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  31. Yeah, that would work! There is a cover that comes with the pan and a place for you to put some water so you could even steam the rice cakes :)

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  32. Perfect! The nice thing is you could even make different types of eggs depending on who is eating e.g. sunny side, scrambled, over easy, or smaller portion sizes.

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  33. mini omelettes would be perfect for portion sizes and variety!

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  34. That would be great then! Definitely happy to help you find a solution for no-crust dishes!

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  35. yes mini-quiches like the ones I made are great for any crowd!

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  36. Yes! I still want to make a black sesame one. I bought the filling for it, but then realized I needed to make my own black sesame paste so I ended up doing the red bean ones for these.

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  37. ooh! yes, there is a steam option since there is reservoir for water and a lid so you can steam dumplings, rice cakes etc!

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  38. I think id try to make individual personal pizzas.

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  39. I would make bacon and egg mcmuffins

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  40. McIlhenny Eggs, which are eggs poached in butter and tabasco sauce!
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    {in the contest I am Margot Core on the Rafflecopter}

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  41. I will use it to make an english muffin egg breakfast sandwich! mmmmm! (rafflecopter: sarah w.)

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  42. A Western Omelet with eggs, sausage, peppers onions, etc.
    Rafflecopter: CAROLSUE

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  43. Phyllo pastry with pressed cottage cheese, eggs, leeks. Or squash, eggs & onions. Or even ground chicken, onions, pepper, stewed tomato with some spices. All of these would be the perfect grab and go breakfast and lunch especially if you made them ahead of time and froze them.

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  44. Eggs with bacon, cheese, onions, peppers, spinach and mushrooms.

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  45. I would make little quiches and omelettes and the pan looks like it could make arepas, too!

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  46. I would make tiny omelettes !

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  47. Lots of little omelets to put on english muffins

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  48. I would like to make tiny omelettes with ham and cheese

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  49. I love that I can make mini quiches as well as steamed dumplings! This is so great!

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  50. Eggs benedict

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  51. ohh how cool is this,,I would make eggs with cheese,onions and sausage in them.yum!

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  52. Eggs benedict for sure.

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  53. I woulf make mini egg white omelettes with lots of veggies!

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  54. I would make mini-omeletes and quiches.

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  55. I would make eggs for the whole family and mini omelets

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  56. i would make yummy eggs benny

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  57. I think I would use it to make some mini mushroom and ham omelettes for the family

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  58. I would make mini omlettes

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  59. I would be making sausage and egg biscuits every weekend. :)

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  60. I'd make individual omelettes

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  61. Oohh..this would be perfect to make mini omelets for breakfast sandwiches!!! My daughter uses a canning lid to make her eggs nice and round..hahaha..this would be so much easier for her!

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  62. I'd make some mini omlettes.

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  63. Eggs benedict!!!!

    via Rhonda W G.

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  64. I'll make sausage & eggs to put on biscuits for breakfast.

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  65. Those Taiwan Red Bean Wheelcakes

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  66. Yum eggs benedict

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  67. I'd make Eggs Benedict

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  68. I would make mini omlettes for breakfast sandwiches!

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  69. Sunday breakfast norm, pancakes cups topped with pecans & caramel. We all have to indulge - tis the season.


    Eva Mitton-Urban

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  70. This could be useful for making dorayaki (similar to your wheel cakes)!

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  71. The first thing I would create in the pan would be sausage, potato mini quiche with a leafy green salad! Would be perfect Christmas morning for the family.

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  72. Pancakes, omelettes and fried eggs. Think I can make a poached egg #love?

    Thanks for hosting and making this giveaway open to Canadians.

    Besos, Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

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  73. Individual omlettes customized for each person!

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  74. different kinds of omelettes

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  75. Pancakes, omelettes, eggs.

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  76. Individual omelettes would be the first thing I would make!

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