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Smokey Mushroom and Cheese Quiche

Posted on October 8, 2019 by in cheese, vegetarian

The Smokey Mushroom and Cheese Quiche is a little different to your average mushroom and cheese quiche. How? I made the Smokey Mushroom and Cheese Quiche, by grilling the mushrooms on a griddle pan first. It adds a lovely meaty flavor to the dish, which makes it perfect for a family that is half vegetarian […]

Cheesy Quiche with roasted tomatoes and ham

Posted on November 7, 2016 by in baked goods, eggs

Labneh Quiche

This Cheesy quiche is going to change your opinion about a quiche. It changed my daughter’s. I packed this cheesy quiche with robust flavors such as smokey gypsy ham, roasted tomatoes and garlicy creamcheese. People often ask me if my family “likes” everything I make or bake. The truth is, I am very blessed and […]

Banting Quiches with Bacon and Blue Cheese

Posted on March 10, 2016 by in baked goods

Banting Quiches

Banting quiches are somewhat of a contradiction, I’d say! The best part of a quiche, for me, is in the buttery, cheesy crust. Yes, the filling is important too, but what gives the quiche substance, is the crust that keeps it altogether. The banting quiches that I have made so far, were disappointing, because the […]

Quick, Easy Biltong Quiche Recipe

Posted on August 26, 2014 by in baked goods


Quick, easy are seldom words used to describe a baked dish, so often I find people are intimidated by recipes for baking. Quick, easy however is how I roll here in my kitchen. I do not have the time to faff, that I leave for weekends, but during the week, it has to be quick,easy,but […]

Quiches for me, save all your quiches for me!

Posted on October 29, 2013 by in baked goods


Quiches for me, always brings this silly song to mind, Kisses for me, kisses for you by Brotherhood! the song has absolutely nothing to do with quiches, but it is just a silly thing in my mind! Quiches are life savers to me, it can be 5.30 when I come home and we will still […]

Ilse Fourie’s Mediterranean Smoked Kipper Quiche

Posted on August 7, 2012 by in seafood

The last post I wrote about Ilse Fourie‘s Butter Chicken, the standard comment was: “Beautiful….and the food isn’t bad either!” I got it! Loud and clear, with Ilse in the kitchen, my food and photography were taking  back seats and just because she is as beautiful on the inside as she is on the outside, […]

South Africa on a plate – Biltong and Butternut Quiche

Posted on August 8, 2011 by in baked goods

This Biltong and Butternut Quiche reminded me once again how incredibly rich our South African  food culture  is, but it is a heritage that is made up of recipes borrowed from all over the world. A good example is the history of the Cape Malay cuisine in South Africa. It began with the involuntary migration […]

Sweet Onion-and Goats Cheese Quiche – Scrumptious!

Posted on February 22, 2011 by in baked goods

Sweet Onion-and Goats Cheese quiche is without a doubt the most delicious quiche I have ever made….and I make many! With quiches I can prepare and cook my meals in the morning so that my afternoons are free for my other full time occupation, driving Mom’s taxi. On Tuesdays my son plays cricket, 50 overs […]

A Quiche or a savory tart? What do you think?

Posted on September 28, 2010 by in baked goods

I’m not sure! Some people insist on calling it a quiche and some people are quite happy with the term savory tart! I can go into a whole explanation of the differences between the two, but in short….a tart can be savory  or sweetor whereas a quiche can only be savory. A quiche consists of […]

Another quiche recipe? This time packed with South African flavors!

Posted on May 6, 2010 by in eggs

Another quiche recipe. Why another quiche recipe, you would ask and it would be a legitimate question to ask, because here at My Easy Cooking, I have made so many quiches over the past years, that it is really hard to keep track. I have tried every flavor and filling possible, some was delicious and […]