Asparagus Chèvre Quiche

Asparagus  Chèvre Quiche

Asparagus is in season!
Nestle these lovely gems in a thyme scented chèvre custard for a slice of heaven. This isn’t a low fat recipe but it’s packed with protein and looks impressive at a brunch or on the dinner table. Serve with fresh seasonal fruit and a side of fresh snow peas or greens.
I’m taking my quiche to Fiesta Friday to share with my amazing foodie blog friends. You can find delicious recipes here every week.

Recipe? Who needs a recipe?
Buy or make a tart crust and lay in in a pie dish or tart pan.
Whiz 5-6 organic eggs with 2 ounces of goat cheese, 1/2 cup milk or cream, 2 teaspoon fresh thyme, salt and pepper in the food processor for the custard base. Sauté a thinly sliced red onion until translucent and toss in sliced asparagus but save a few tops to place on top of your quiche before baking for decoration. Shred 4 ounces of sharp cheddar cheese.
Layer onions, asparagus and cheddar cheese in tart crust and pour custard over the veggies and cheese. Decorate top with remaining asparagus tips.
Bake at 375 degrees for 40 minutes or until set.

Asparagus Spring Quiche

Asparagus Spring Quiche

Asparagus Spring Quiche

24 responses to “Asparagus Chèvre Quiche

  1. This looks yummy! I love your garnishes in your images. Thanks for sharing!
    xoxo K
    http://peeledwellness

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  2. Yum!!! Think the next time I make quiche I’ll be throwing in the goat cheese and asparagus. Looks great!!! 🙂

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  3. Looks Delicious! Are there any substitutes for goat cheese?

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  4. Looks delicious! It’s so nice to see asparagus season here and a quiche is a great way to try it.

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  5. A beautiful spring menu – perfect for a weekend brunch. Your presentation is very inspiring too.

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  6. Gorgeous…and when you put it like that, it sounds so easy. Happy asparagus season!

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  7. Great dish and with asparagus in the mix, nothing could go wrong :).

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  8. What a delicious sounding tart. I just saw your comment on Linda’s blog so I had to come over for a visit. Lovely blog you have here Tracey!

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  9. Asparagus is such a great vegetable!! I love that you put it in a quiche 🙂

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  10. Stephanie @ The Cozy Cook

    Dahhhhh…. quiche is my weakness (I’m basically obsessed with all things eggs lately)- I’ll have to add this to my list… nom nom nom! 🙂

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  11. Love quiches, they’re my weakness! 🙂 Thanks for sharing this recipe, Tracey!

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  12. My kind of cooking Tracey. Blogging gets in the way of inspired instinctive cooking sometimes. Beautiful menu and presentation.

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  13. Love quiche and this looks amazing!

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