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Re: Is this Mission Impossible??

>Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2001 08:01:13 EST
>From: RBrown9213@xxxxxxx
>Subject: Is this Mission Impossible??
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>Does anyone per chance have a recipe for ff quiche, using egg substitute, 
>etc?? Seems to be a viable possibility, nes pau? If so, please post!! thanks.

Sure, it's not a problem.  Basically, just use 2 egg whites
for each egg called for in any quiche recipe, and use skim
evaporated milk.  Egg whites and skim milk are fatfree.  

However, here's a specific recipe - it's very nice.  I make
this without any crust - easier, lower calorie, fatfree.    


Crustless Quiche

2 cups lightly steamed veggie or combination of your choice
(mushrooms and spinach are good, broccoli is good -
2 scallions, chopped, using most of the green part too
about 1/2-3/4 cup of frozen yellow corn kernels
salt and pepper to taste
 [a couple of tablespoons grated parmesan - optional - omit
if you want a truly fatfree quiche]
1 12-oz can evaporated skim milk
1 cup fatfree egg substitute (or 8 egg whites)
1/2 cup fatfree yogurt or fatfree sour cream

Heat oven to 350 F.  Spray 10" glass or ceramic pie plate
with cooking spray.

Spread veggies evenly across the bottom of the pie plate.
Salt and pepper them.  

In a bowl, mix the skim evaporated milk, egg substitutes or
egg whites, and yogurt.  Beat with a fork until combined.
Pour over the veggies.  

Bake 50-60 minutes or until quiche is set in the center.
Let cool 10 minutes before slicing.  Makes 8 servings.