This might come as a shock to you, but not everyone in the world loves quiche. Crazy, right?! It can’t possibly have anything to do with the flavor, which usually has notes of salty cheese, smoky bacon or ham, savory herbs, and other delicious things. So I’ve concluded that it must be the texture. Not everyone is a fan of custard, apparently. Luckily for those non-quiche-eaters, my friend Marcelle is here to save the day with her hearty self-crusting quiche. Trust me, it’s amazing! Most quiches have lots of eggs and lots of milk or cream or half-and-half, but this tasty quiche has lots of eggs and lots of cheese–that’s it! It’s basically baked scrambled eggs loaded with at least 2 kinds of cheese, and flour and butter to give it a nice, thin, bubbly crust. In the words of Marcelle’s husband, Dave, “I don’t like quiche, but I like this quiche.” It’s the quiche for custard-haters.
4 Tablespoons butter