Spinach and Gruyere Quiche
This recipe for Spinach and Gruyere Quiche -- my mother's recipe -- originally appeared on Taste As You Go in 2012. It appears here with slight modifications and updated photos.
When I originally shared my mother's recipe for Spinach and Gruyere Quiche, I wasn't exactly happy with the photos that I took to go along with the post. You may remember that cutting into the quiche revealed a clear top layer of gooey Swiss cheese and a somewhat sad-looking bottom layer of spinach. Plus, the lighting I was working with didn't help the situation. Now that I'm much more comfortable with my dSLR camera, I'm hoping to recreate many of the dishes in the recipe archives so I can take more appealing photos.
Of course, I'm going to keep the older versions of the recipes on the blog as a humble reminder of just how far this little food blog has come since its inception. ;-)
Making some small modifications to mom's recipe certainly helped in the presentation department. Not only is this version of her quiche prettier to look at (sorry, Mom), but it's also more practical in that it's now possible to identify the main ingredients in the filling just by looking at it.
This quiche is simple enough to prepare for a quick weeknight supper with family -- I've done that many times! -- or for an elegant weekend brunch with guests. Either way, I'm sure you'll just love it!
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