Cheesy-quichy-souffly: a quiche recipe with a difference

A quiche which thinks it’s a soufflé – this has a lovely, light, fluffy texture. But even if you have a disaster with the eggs, and get a bit of yolk in the whites when you separate them – or, as I did once, you drop a bit of cream into the whites, it still comes up light… just not quite so soufflé-like!

Do not be tempted to make a smaller one, because the following day, when cold, it has a more intense flavour, it is more ‘solid’ and it is perfect for picnics, lunch boxes etc…

It goes very well with our easy lamb’s lettuce and tomato salad. Alternatively take a look at our other salad recipes.

light textured cheese quiche

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