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Wonderful! Made this for Christmas Eve last year. The smell while this is baking is amazing. Will be making it again this year.
This was just as delicious as I'd hoped it would be! Being me, I made some modifications along the way. Having no Asiago, I substituted fresh shredded Parmesan, then used finely shredded Swiss in place of the called- for grated Parmesan. I also sauteed half a large Vidalia onion and a large clove of garlic in a bit of olive oil and added the cooled mixture to cheeses, along with spinach, etc. Plus a little freshly grated nutmeg. Based on the suggestions of another reviewer, I also stirred 1/2 cup half and half to quiche filling, and omitted the top crust. The sun-dried tomatoes were a wonderful addition to the list of ingredients...adding sweet and intense tomato flavor. Perfection! P.S. Consider yourself blessed if you have leftovers... delish!
I very much liked the flavor and texture of this dish. I used frozen pie crusts and fresh spinach but otherwise followed the recipe. As per usual kids would not try but wife and I ate it all! When I make next time I'll leave off the top crust and add maybe add 4 ounces of milk or cream. Either I over cooked it or the top pre-made crust dried it out. Nevertheless, it tasted great and I like the asiago cheese, which I'd never used before. Thanks for the tasty recipe chef!
Just delicious! I have made this quiche several times now and we always look forward to having it again! Sometimes I switch it up and add black olives, onions and feta cheese in place of the Asiago and parmesan, for a Greek flair. Great either way!