15 Best Deep Dish Quiché Recipes To Try Today

Quiches are such a handy dish to make…

They last for days in the freezer, they don’t change their shape when you take them for a picnic, you can enjoy them hot or cold, and you can usually throw in any leftovers you have lying around.

Best Deep Dish Quiché Recipes To Try Today

They can be a side dish, or if done right, they can be the main event.

And if you do decide you want the Quiché to be the main event, then a deep dish pie is the best way to ensure that everyone who gets to eat it is left feeling satisfied. No one cooks to leave people hungry!

I’ve been scouring the internet to find the best deep dish Quiché recipes out there, and I have found some amazing ones that I’d really love to share with you.

Get those taste buds ready, because here we go!

1. Deep Dish Quiché Lorraine Recipe From Key Ingredient

Quiché Lorraine is perhaps the best known type of Quiché. It’s a traditional recipe originating from France. It has a heavy cream and egg base and is filled with bacon and French cheeses.

This particular Quiché Lorraine recipe has a flaky pie crust and a lighter than air filling which is made with Gruyère cheese and heavy cream and is loaded with bacon and onion, and flavored with ground nutmeg.

To see the recipe in full, simply click on this link.

2. Classic Roasted Vegetable Quiché Recipe From The Spruce Eats

And now for another classic Quiché!

This one features flavorful roasted veggies, including cherry tomatoes, asparagus, red bell pepper, red onion, and sweet and creamy butternut squash.

The Quiché mix meanwhile is made with eggs, whole milk, heavy cream, chopped parsley and two kinds of cheese, Gruyère and Parmesan.

The recipe yields 6 servings, and it takes an hour and 20 minutes to make.

To see the recipe in full, simply click on this link.

3. Vegan Crimini Mushroom And Caramelized Onion Deep Dish Quiché Recipe From One Green Planet

With so many quiches made with eggs, milk and cheese, you could be forgiven for thinking you couldn’t make a vegan one. However, this dish would be a flavorful way of proving you wrong!

It features a crust made with the likes of vegan butter and almond milk, while the filling is made with the likes of sautéed mushrooms, caramelized onions, tofu, vegan cheese, and almond milk.

It also has a range of seasonings, including garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, turmeric, and sage. Yum!

To see the recipe in full, simply click on this link.

4. Leek, Sun-Dried Tomato, And Goat Cheese Deep Dish Quiché Recipe From Modern Farmhouse Eats

I just love this recipe – such a contrast between the different flavors!

It has a tender, flaky crust and a fluffy yet creamy egg and cream cheese center, which is loaded with healthy veg such as sautéed leeks and spinach, sun-dried tomatoes.

The dish comes highly recommended by those who’ve tried it. It does take quite some time to cook however, but I can promise you it’s 100% worth the wait!

To see the recipe in full, simply click on this link.

5. Quiché Florentine (Spinach Quiché) Recipe From Umami Girl

The Spaniards make great Quiché, too, and this Quiché Florentine dish is an excellent example!

It doesn’t require a lot of ingredients, but is very flavorful. There’s frozen spinach, diced onion, eggs, heavy cream, whole milk, shredded Gruyère cheese, and spices such as ground nutmeg and cayenne pepper.

Preparation time is just 10 minutes, then it needs to bake for about an hour. Each serving is just 352 calories.

To see the recipe in full, simply click on this link.

6. Vegan, Gluten-Free Deep Dish Quiché Pizza Recipe From One Green Planet

A quiche made with pizza flavors and toppings? Yes please!

This Quiché is topped with a rich, homemade tomato and garlic sauce and is filled with fluffy tofu ricotta and kale filling, and a mix of roasted Mediterranean vegetables.

The crust, meanwhile, is made with sweet potato, chia seeds, and millet and chickpea flours. Then there’s the final finishing touch – a drizzle of homemade vegan cheese sauce, made with tahini.

To see the recipe in full, simply click on this link.

7. Deep-Dish Bacon And Cheddar Quiché Recipe From Simply Recipes

I just love this Quiché!

The ingredients are all very easy to source, and they’re all familiar yet delicious flavors, like juicy bacon bits, and minced sharp cheddar cheese.

The recipe even walks you through the process of making your own dough.

The dish takes a while to cook, so this is one to make ahead of time. Definitely worth the wait!

To see the recipe in full, simply click on this link.

8. Deep Dish Broccoli Cheddar Quiché Recipe From Hungry Couple

If you ask me, broccoli and cheddar cheese make for an excellent flavor pairing. You often see these flavors together in soups.

This Quiché has that, and many other flavorful ingredients besides. For instance, there’s diced onion, garlic cloves, cream, and seasonings salt and black pepper.

If you’re making the pie crust from scratch, this will take time, so maybe save this one for a rainy weekend.

To see the recipe in full, simply click on this link.

9. Deep Dish Spinach, Leek And Bacon Quiché Recipe From Foodie Crush

What I love about this dish is the use of Greek yogurt, which serves to add both a tang and some creaminess to the fluffy egg center.

It features both meat and veggies, specifically diced bacon bits, spinach and sautéed leeks.

Meanwhile, the crust is made with cream cheese, which makes it tender, light and fluffy.

If you follow the recipe for the cream cheese crust, you will have to do so ahead of time.

To see the recipe in full, simply click on this link.

10. Easy Zucchini Quiché Recipe From These Old Cookbooks

This recipe has become a family favorite, and we love to go get plenty of zucchini from the local farmer’s market when they’re in season.

It’s made with a ready-made deep dish pie crust, thinly sliced zucchini, shredded mozzarella cheese, and a long list of flavorings including the likes of garlic and onion powder, basil, oregano, and Worcestershire sauce. Yum!

To see the recipe in full, simply click on this link.

11. “Mexican” Cinco de Mayo Quiché Recipe From Food 52

Ok, let me level with you here. Quiché is not Mexican food. However, you can add some Mexican flavors to a Quiché, as per in this recipe.

It’s made with shredded Mexican queso fresco cheese, sweet corn for the veg, eggs, whole milk, oil, salt, minced garlic, fresh cilantro, cayenne pepper, lime juice, and more.

And for the ultimate in Mexican flavors, you can serve it with some hot salsa!

To see the recipe in full, simply click on this link.

12. Deep Dish Potato And Salmon Quiché Recipe From Taste

What I love about this dish is just how easy it is to source the ingredients. It features the kind of ingredients you’re likely to already have in your kitchen, such as baby potatoes, frozen peas, and (grated) cheddar cheese.

Then you get flavorful additions such as crème fraîche, canned salmon, fresh dill, and lemon wedges to serve. Really tasty!

To see the recipe in full, simply click on this link.

13. Pancetta, Pea, Mint And Cheddar Deep Tin Tart Recipe From Delicious Magazine

I just love how the chopped fresh mint leaves used in this recipe really help to lift the flavorful profile of this dish.

It also has lots of other flavorful ingredients besides, such as garlic cloves, shallots, mature cheddar cheese, cream, peas, and pancetta.

You can save yourself time by using a ready-made pie crust, and the recipe is budget friendly, too!

To see the recipe in full, simply click on this link.

14. Secret Ingredient Ham And Swiss Cheese Quiché Recipe From Southern Discourse

Now, this is no ordinary Quiché – it has a special ingredient that makes for a wonderfully creamy and silky Quiché every single time!

And I’m going to let you in on the secret ingredient – it’s mayonnaise.

There are plenty of other flavorful ingredients besides, including ham, Swiss cheese, green onion, heavy cream, Worcestershire sauce, dried mustard powder, and more. Certainly worth considering!

To see the recipe in full, simply click on this link.

15. Deep Dish Breakfast Sausage Quiché Recipe From Melissa’s Southern Style Kitchen

And now to go out with a bang! Check out this breakfast sausage Quiché recipe!

It’s made with breakfast sausage (mild or spicy), green onions, shredded sharp cheddar cheese, half-and-half, eggs, and seasonings such as garlic salt, black pepper, ground mustard, and an optional dash of hot sauce (recommended!).

To see the recipe in full, simply click on this link.

Wrap Up

I hope you’ve had a good browse through, and I’m pretty sure I’ve tempted you to try out one or maybe two of the recipes! Bon appétit!

Mark Williams