Tandy’s (Lavender and Lime) challenge for this week is to use white onions as an ingredient. I immediately knew that this quiche was the way to go. It is super quick and easy to make and can be made in advance and reheated just before serving.
White Onion and Marrow Quiche
250ml chopped white onion
750ml grated marrow
3 tbsp butter
3 eggs beaten
375ml grated cheddar cheese
1 pkt white onion soup powder
- Preheat the oven to 180˚C.
- Cook the onion and marrow in the butter until dry.
- Add the eggs, cream, cheese and soup powder and mix through.
- Place in a dish and bake for 30minutes.
That’s a winner! (When I saw the title in my inbox I thought you meant bone marrow :O ) xxx
Hee hee – guess I could have got a little more larney and used zucchini instead of marrow – or even just baby marrow but the thing is I used a BIG marrow. 😉
thanks for participating! I also love making quiche’s without a crust – the lazy me! and will use this as inspiration next time I need to make one 🙂
Not lazy – just nicer that way 😉 This is a super yummy and easy one. 🙂
Cooking is like love. It should be entered into with abandon or not at all. ~Harriet van Horne
Great quote. 🙂
I nearly always settle for a lunchtime ladies get together wth a quiche and new salad. I love the no pastry versions, and this helps also when using muffin tins for individual servings. Wonderful flavours in your recipe, love french onion flavour! A win, win situation! x
I cannot believe that I did not think of making this in muffin tins, especially with my making everything individual – thanks Yvette! I bet a ladies lunch at your home would be a perfect afternoon. 🙂
I love this quiche. cheese-zucchini combo is a winner in my book. thanks for sharing
Glad you like it and it is a real winner. 😉
This looks so good! Squash and onion are always great in a savoury pie.
Thanks Angie, it’s so nice that I make it quite often. 😉
we love quiche and I love anything that easy for a sunday brunch!!
I agree, the easier the better. 😀
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