Using ripe in-season tomatoes, a tomato quiche is a real end-of-summer treat. Find loads of tomato quiche recipes here, and be sure to check out our tomato tarts, too.
Pesto, goat's cheese and sun-dried tomatoes come together in this quiche that I created myself. This is a perfect combination of flavours that will make you appear like a chef when you serve this plate to your friends.
Tomato and basil pair with Italian cheeses for a delicious quiche. Use mozzarella instead of taleggio if preferred.
I absolutely love quiche but have never attempted to make one before because whenever I look at recipes they always seem to use so many eggs and so much cream! I also love making (and eating) shortcrust pastry but was always afraid that turning it into a quiche would leave it with a soggy bottom. Well, I proved my assumptions to be very wrong! I added dried thyme to the pastry and loads of fresh tomatoes, lots of herbs and some Cheddar and Parmesan cheese to the filling. I made this for my dad on Father's Day and it he said it was amazing!
This recipe is ready in 30 minutes. I serve it warm with a salad on the side and eat the leftovers for lunch at the office the next day. In short, a winner!
An incredibly easy dish, which is a doddle to make. Shortcrust pastry cases are baked with tuna, tomatoes and Gruyere in an egg custard. Serve hot or cold, for a starter or main course. It also does well in packed lunches.
The delicious combination of sausage and sun-dried tomatoes go together in this quiche recipe. Feel free to experiment with any sausagemeat you fancy. It's great for lunch or dinner.
These are healthy and very tasty quiches which are great served hot or cold. They are a good alternative to sandwiches at a picnic.
A deliciously light spinach and tomato quiche using St Helen's Farm goats' dairy products. It's easy to put together with ready-made shortcrust pastry.
A simple, yet flavour-packed quiche that's a doddle to make. Serve warm or cold, as a starter or main course. It also does well in packed lunches.
This tastes best warm, served with salad. It's also easy to make in a muffin or bun tin so you have mini quiches which are perfect for picnics.