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    This spring-like tomato asparagus quiche has delicious, fresh flavors. It’s great for brunch or lunch and will have people back for more.

    tomato asparagus quiche

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    Quiche is a great option for brunch or lunch and particularly as we are talking Easter this week, it’s natural to look for something egg-based. This tomato asparagus quiche is a delicious, spring-touched dish that is great whether you are serving a crowd or just a couple.

    Packed with tasty vegetables and gruyere, and with a great-tasting crust, there’s so much in this to like. From the fresh asparagus to the tomatoes which burst with flavor in your mouth, it’s all so good.

    tomato asparagus quiche

    I used to make quiche quite often in the summer both as a lunch we could take with us to the park, plus as something my husband could take in to the office.

    It might seem like it’s a bit of work, but nothing is difficult and to me, you get enough of it that it pays for itself. You can cut it small to serve a crowd, use it over a couple of days, or even freeze some to have another time.

    tomato asparagus quiche

    How to make tomato asparagus quiche

    I’ve used my go-to crust that I used for my quiche Lorraine and bacon, fig and goats cheese quiche, but have lightened the filling by using milk rather than cream. Given the lighter feel of the other filling ingredients, it seemed a better fit and you would hardly know.

    I recommend pre-cooking the crust a bit, just to make sure it crisps up enough. While it’s cooking, you can trim caramelize the onions, trim the asparagus, grate the cheese and mix together the eggs and milk. Then, layer up the filling and bake.

    making tomato asparagus quiche

    Since this week we’re looking at ideas for Easter, I can hardly think of a better option for a brunch or potluck than this bright and spring-like tomato asparagus quiche. Delicious, fresh flavors, and relatively healthy, it will look great on any table, and have people coming back for more. It’s definitely going to be one we enjoy again over the coming months.

    tomato asparagus quiche makes a great brunch or lunch, with lots of tasty spring flavors.

    Looking for more egg-based lunch and brunch ideas? Try these:

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    tomato asparagus quiche

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    Tomato asparagus quiche

    A colorful and delicious combination, this quiche is perfect for brunch, lunch or potlucks.

    Prep Time10 mins


    Cook Time35 mins

    Total Time45 mins

    Race: Brunch, Lunch

    Kitchen: American

    Services: 6 -8

    calories: 223calories

    Author: Caroline’s Cooking



    • 9 in pastry crust (see notes)
    • 1 onion wide
    • 2 tablespoon olive oil
    • 8 oz asparagus 225g (trimmed weight)
    • 1 cup cherry tomatoes 180g, or grape tomatoes
    • 1 cup gruyere cheese 90g, coarsely grated
    • 3 eggs
    • ¾ cup milk 175ml
    • salt and pepper
    • 3 tablespoon grated parmesan cheese


    • Preheat oven to 350F/175C.

    • If making your own crust, pre-cook the base as you would normally. (See link to other quiche recipe for my favorite version, which includes pre-cooking instructions.)

    • Dice the onion, warm the oil in a medium skillet over a medium heat then cook the onion until soft and lightly browned. Set aside.

    • Trim the ends off the asparagus and break or cut the stems in half.

    • Once the base is pre-cooked, put the cooked onions across the bottom of the crust. Arrange the asparagus on top – I put a layer of the lower stem then a layer of the top since you will see the top ones, arranged in a circle, but as you find easiest.

    • Put the tomatoes in between gaps in the asparagus so they are spread across the quiche. Sprinkle the gruyere over the top.

    • Whisk together the eggs, milk and a little salt and pepper. Carefully for the mixture over the filling. Top with a little parmesan then bake for approx 30 minutes until set and lightly browned on top.


    Note: I use and highly recommend this quiche Lorraine recipe for a tasty homemade crust (that’s part whole wheat), but nutritional info calculated with a regular shortcrust pastry crust.


    calories: 223calories | Carbohydrates: 7g | protein: 12g | Fat: 15g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Cholesterol: 111mg | Sodium: 179mg | Potassium: 245mg | fiber: 1g | Sugar: 3g | Vitamin A: 805UI | Vitamin C: 9.2mg | Calcium: 313mg | Iron: 1.6mg

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    This spring-like tomato asparagus quiche has delicious, fresh flavors.  It's great for brunch or lunch and will have people back for more.  A great vegetarian option for a potluck as well.

    This spring-like tomato asparagus quiche has delicious, fresh flavors and is relatively healthy.  It will look great on any brunch or lunch table, and have people coming back for more.  A great Easter/Mothers Day option or take to a potluck.  #quiche #brunch #vegetarian