Words by: Family Farm Team
What's the difference between a quiche and a frittata, anyway? When you break it down, there are some fairly simple distinctions between these two egg dishes. The quiche, which is technically a tart, originated in France. Quiches typically involve a pastry crust filled with a savory custard mixture made up of eggs and milk or cream, which all gets baked in an oven. Jet over to Italy and you'll find the frittata, which roughly translates to "fried." Unlike the quiche, frittatas are crustless and rarely made with milk or cream. Frittatas are cooked on the stovetop (sometimes finished in the oven) and typically served hot, whereas quiches are often eaten chilled. The bottom line? Both dishes are equally delicious, and wonderful vessels for a plethora of vegetables, cheeses, and meats. Below, you'll find a few of our very best quiche and frittata recipes with flavors and fillings that make every slice even more special.
Inspired by fresh produce and some classic Italian flavors, this asparagus, zucchini, tomato, and ricotta frittata is a stunning example of the magic that home cooks of any skill level can create in the kitchen.
Flaky almond flour crust plus creamy egg custard is a match made in heaven. Add sweet and savory caramelized onions and melty Gruyére to the mix, and suddenly you've got a quiche masterpiece on your hands.
A healthy breakfast doesn't have to be time consuming or labor intensive, and this roasted sweet potato and kale frittata dotted with goat cheese is neither of those things. If you have half an hour to spare, you have time to make a nutritious and filling meal before heading out the door.
Maybe you're avoiding gluten, or maybe just want that iconic fluffy, creamy, custardy, rich quiche filling without the carb-heavy crust. Either way, say hello to your new favorite breakfast recipe: the ultimate crustless quiche.
No time to make huevos rancheros or your favorite breakfast enchiladas? Have no fear: you can get your fill of Tex-Mex and Southwestern flavors by frying up this healthy Mexican frittata in 20 minutes—jalapeños, pico de gallo, cilantro, and all.
If you're hosting brunch with friends, these mini ham and cheese quiches are a must. Who could say no to bite-size tarts filled with the classic flavor combination, all wrapped up in crispy, golden pie crust? Serve with a side of ketchup for dipping if it floats your boat.
As the name suggests, this quiche trades pastry crust for a nest of shredded potatoes, which is then filled with eggs, milk, browned ground beef, and a good melting cheese. As quiches go, this is our heartiest one.
It's one of our favorites for a reason: Swiss cheese, sautéed onion, and crispy bacon come together in a perfect trifecta of flavor, giving this quiche a total remix that you can taste in every bite.
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