A savoury pie full of greens and packed with protein thanks to the tofu. It's a pie that's similar to a quiche, and in fact some unsuspecting guests might think that it's been made with eggs!
Made it vegetarian. Parmesan is not vegetarian so omit or use a vegetarian alternative - 24 Dec 2010
WOW -- OK, when I first made this, I was NOT impressed (consistency was weird and I thought it needed eggs)... BUT a day later and reheated, it's TO DIE FOR. I left out the capers because I don't like them, and added just a tad bit more milk to the blender to make the tofu mixture a bit more creamy. Oh, and I didn't brown the crust first... just thawed it from frozen. And, I didn't steam the greens first. I didn't understand this extra step anyway. Just add to the onion/garlic mixture when called for. - 20 Feb 2007 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I had recently purchased a 1 lb. bag of cleaned/chopped chard from Trader Joe's and then went searching for a good recipe. So glad I found this one! I made it last night and it's very good! What makes it even better is knowing how nutritious it is. I'm glad I read about the need for 2 pie shells because mine yielded exactly that. I used all the chard and no spinach. I also purchased the healthier pie shells...no trans fat and all natural ingredients. I added a little more parmesan and cheddar and didn't add capers and cardamom. I also added some sliced red peppers and sauteeed them with the onions and added can of drained/rinsed mushrooms. Next time, I will incorporate most of the cheddar into the mixture and sprinkle less on top. This recipe is definitely a keeper and is good served with a salad. Thank you, Melissa! - 16 Jan 2005 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)