This can easily be doubled/tripled and put into a casserole dish or a lasagne dish if you have a larger crowd, it will just need a longer cooking time.
The pictures I have included were of a quiche I made for a "Cultural Day" in Shortstuff's class. Therefore, I made it pretty bland as it was serving predominantly 8 and 9 year olds, many of whom had never had quiche before. Normally I add tomato and anything else I feel like.
1 1/2 Cups Milk
1/4 Cup melted Butter
2/3 Cup Self Raising Flour
Whatever you fancy - eg finely chopped onion, ham, mushrooms, flaked salmon, lightly cooked spinach, diced cooked chicken, corn, capsicum, tomato the choices are endless.
Dice up the filling ingredients
And place all filling ingredients into a lightly oiled quiche dish
Into a large mixing bowl, place your milk, eggs and melted butter
Add the Self Raising Flour
And whisk it all together
This may still be a little lumpy but thats okay, it doesn't have to be super smooth.
Grate some cheese - use whatever cheese you like or have on hand and as much or as little as you like.
Pour the milk/egg/flour mix over the fillings in the quiche dish and sprinkle with the grated cheese.
Bake in moderate oven for approximately 30-40 minutes.
Quiche is cooked when it is golden in colour and sets all the way through.
Ta-dah - One very yummy quiche which can be eaten hot or cold.
Perfect on a cold winter's night or in summer served with a salad. Also perfect picnic food too!!