Quiche is a French pie ‘without a lid’ that usually has a savoury custard filling that has traditionally been made with eggs and cream. You can add in any veggies you like, although green beans and onion are popular. The word is German for cake ‘kuchen). You can also add vegan bacon for a Quiche Lorraine. Keep dough away from pets.
This Easy Homemade Vegan Quiche (Vegan on Board) proves that you can veganize practically any food out there. The quich is made with onions or leeks, and any other leftover veggies you have in the fridge. You can use gluten-free flour if wished, alongside the palm-oil-free vegan butter. Add dried rosemary and oregano if wished, and a little kala namak (black salt) for an ‘eggy flavour’. A pinch of turmeric turns this quiche yellow.
Vegan Quiche (Loving it Vegan) is easy to make, and includes spinach and mushrooms. It’s good for brunch or even a nice vegan breakfast.
Vegan Quiche with Asparagus (Lazy Cat Kitchen) is packed with healthy natural ingredients. This vegetable is very seasonal, so eat it while you can!
Vegan Mediterranean Skillet Quiche (Full of Plants) is made with a batter that combines silken tofu and chickpea flour, for just the right consistency. The quich is filled with courgettes (zucchini), red peppers, tomatoes and garlic, and topped with fresh basil.
Vegan Savoury Zucchini Tart (Full of Plants) is a courgette-filled delight. The creaminess comes from cashews that are soaked and blended, combined with sauteed garlic and grated zucchini.