How many zucchini quiche recipes do you know? Quiche might sound fancy and elegant but is actually very easy to make, versatile and practical dish. Healthy crustless zucchini quiche recipe is a great and tasty way to give a new life to all those leftover fresh veggies, cheese and eggs that have been doomed, sitting in your fridge with no destination.
That is when I came up with this amazing zucchini quiche recipe. It was summer time and I had all that garden fresh zucchini that I needed to utilize. I rolled them into enchiladas, baked into zucchini bread, made relish and still had plenty left. I was also trying to eat healthy and low carb during the bikini season. This crustless zucchini quiche recipe was an ideal choice. Zucchini quiche is healthy and tasty at once!
Just simple wholesome ingredients like fresh zucchini, shallots, tomatoes, cheese (ricotta or mozarella), eggs and milk and you will have a phenomenal meal in no time. Sautéed zucchini and shallots will serve as the crust for the slices of quiche.
By cooking them first, we will develop a depth of flavor from caramelization process and get rid of the excess moisture in the zucchini. Nobody enjoys a soggy quiche.
Parmesan and mozzarella cheeses turn this vegan zucchini quiche into creamy, melty goodness that nobody can resist. I love the simple, Mediterranean inspired flavors. Sweet fragrant basil and ripe aromatic tomatoes are hits of quiche rezept. Truly un unbeatable combination. Really, what could be better than the taste of basil, or paprika, or oregano in baked zucchini. Garlic powder will add the necessary spice instead of salt and pepper.
This quiche can be served as a compliment to any of your favorite green salads. Cut it in wedges and serve as a light, fun appetizer for the party. Thinly sliced it will be the decoration of the table. You can also easily interchange the tomatoes for spinach or any other vegetables that you like. Switch up the herbs to your preference as well. Parsley and dill work great! Lightly shredded they deliver the taste of summer to your quiche. You can keep the remaining slices (if there is anything to remain) in your refrigerator.