A day off from the busy work days, is like a gift in today's hard-working world, a thing to be savored. 
No early morning birds or my iPhone cuckoo, were their to wake me up today. "I should" or " I have to", also were not allowed. Stayed in bed for as long as I wanted with no worries and no plans. 
And the bundle of happiness came to me.....with a great hot cup of darling husband made for me.......
Nothing could be better than this.

After all the pampering, I routed myself towards my lovely kitchen. Sunday is for brunch. Something heavy, yet convenient with less amount of work. While taking a quick glance through my refrigerator, and having so many brunch ideas running through my mind, I finalized on making a Quiche or a Frittata. My favorite, my husband's favorite. Less preparation, great source of healthy fat and protein and the most important thing, heart happy and belly filled. What can be better than this on a lazy Sunday late morning or should I say, early afternoon. 
Just spend about 15 minutes doing some prep work and 10-12 minutes for pan finish. 
You can add any of your favorite or leftover fillings. 
To avoid a soggy base, I planned to add enough amount of all-purpose flour, and a little amount of rice flour and semolina. Also for enhancing the taste, I added chicken sausages. The experiment was more than successful. 
I bet you all, it looked more like a pepperoni pizza, with no pepperoni, no cheese and tasted like a heavenly quiche. 

The Easy recipe:

2 tablespoons All-Purpose Flour
1 tablespoon Wheat Flour
1 tablespoon Rice Flour (optional)
1 tablespoon Semolina 
1/2 cup Milk
3 Eggs ( well beaten )
1 Chicken sausage ( cut in disc shape )
Roughly chopped veggies of your choice. I added lots of Onions and Cabbage, one medium Tomato, Green Chilies and frozen Green Peas.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil for frying

Whisk together all the ingredients.
Add a little oil and fry the disc shaped sausage pieces till brown. Pour the egg mixture into the pan. 
Cover and cook for 5-6 minutes on low heat until the mixture is set. Turn carefully with all the set pieces of sausages. Cover and cook for 10-12 minutes.

I used the egg poacher pan from Bed, Bath and Beyond for making this quiche. Perfect shape and size.

{ You can also bake in a preheated oven, 180C, for about 30-35 minutes in a pie dish by arranging the fried sausages pieces after 4-5 minutes of baking. }

I love these kinds of recipes because they are so versatile.  Basically just add ingredients you have around:  use leftover veggies, or cubed cooked potato, spinach, tomatoes…you name it. Anyway, here it is…crustless quiche..a knock off of the frittata.  It’s a crustless quiche?  It’s a frittata?  Whatever.  It’s delicious and perfect for a Sunday brunch. Love it.



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  2. Mindblowing quiche.....loved it Anshu.


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