Quiche is enjoyed a popular comeback and people look forward to trying it. Ricotta and kale combine nicely for a quiche that anyone will want to try. Add 5 eggs and the cheese to the mixture to get started. Thawed and chopped kale is added to keep the dish tasting great too. A 9-inch pie pan is a perfect base for the quiche. Bake the dish thoroughly and make sure it is cookout entirely.
- Most dishes that call for kale can usually substitute spinach instead; so feel free to swap them around.
- This recipe just requires a bit of mixing, a minute or two to combine the crust ingredients right in the pan, and the rest is waiting for it to bake.
- Even more, time can be saved by purchasing premade dough, perhaps biscuits or pizza crust, and using that instead of making your own dough.
“When it comes to Swiss cheese, I find it to be stinky with a horrible flavor, but when I add it to quiche? Magic happens!”
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