A tender pie crust plus a savory filling add up to a delicious and classic ham-and-cheese quiche for brunch. The key to this gluten-free recipe is the easy-to-work-with dough. Since there's no gluten, which leads to toughness if the dough is overworked, you can mix and roll without worry.
To store, refrigerate cooled quiche, tightly covered, up to 3 days.
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My daughter law is gluten free, and she is now pregnant she was craving quiche I use to make it crust less , until you came with a new solution of the crust. I made it for her and five of us , it was delicious the crust was flaky, buttery, and the quiche was light, everyone ate it and no question.
The quiche was pretty good. My husband really enjoyed it. We really enjoyed the gluten free crust. I used brown rice gluten free flour. You do have to be careful but it is forgiving. I'll certainly make again. Thanks for the gluten free recipe!