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Potato-Crusted Herb Quiche

Recipe photo courtesy of Ryan Liebe

Thinly sliced potatoes layered gratin-style make a beautiful gluten-free crust for this company-worthy quiche.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, May 2017
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Cook's Notes

The Japanese Benriner mandoline slicer (available at makes quick work of cutting potatoes into thin, even slices. Use any extra custard to make savory French toast.

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  • jmforrest01
    2 JUN, 2018
    Love it! I have made it twice now. I too added cheese but used Gruyere. I used fresh herbs from my garden - chives, tarragon and Italian parsley. It is awesome!
  • MS10153374
    25 JUN, 2017
    I made this for brunch but added cheese as I like cheese in my quiche. Otherwise, it would just be an herb egg custard I believe. Was the cheese left out accidentally? The potato crust was great and the filling had a great smooth texture. I added 4 oz. of goat cheese and 4 oz of Havarti (as that's what I had in the fridge).

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