I had a recipe a long time ago, for a quiche without eggs - I believe it used spinach as the mail ingredient.
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I need a recipe for quiche without eggs
I'm afraid that would be like a milkshake without milk, a taco without a tortilla, caramel without sugar or ham without a pig.
If there are no eggs, then it isn't a quiche. It's a savory pie of some kind, but not a quiche.
Spanakopita has eggs in it, too.
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Perhaps you could try this one using spinach instead of the suggested fillings: http://www.food52.com/recipes...
I haven't tried this one, but I always have success with 101 Cookbook recipes, so this might be another option for you:
I can't tell from your question if someone has an egg allergy or if you don't like eggs. If an allergy, maybe one of the egg substitutes would work ( sold in liquid form. I agree, not a quiche without eggs. Good luck!
Organ has a product called "no egg". You mix with water and gives the same reaction as eggs have in any dish. On the box they have an egg-free meringue, so it's bound to work for a quiche.
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Here's a recipe that uses silken tofu and spinach: http://www.vegangela.com/2011/04/18/versatile-vegan-quiche/