I must be on a quiche kick lately since that was also my last recipe but I couldn’t wait to post this because it turned out so good! I was surprised at how well this turned out, my expectations were not very high when I began.
The crust was delicious, flaky and soft! The top parts that got a little brown turned out to be kind of hard and a little chewy but the rest of it was amazing!
I don’t really have a recipe because I didn’t measure anything but there are only 3 ingredients: Coconut flour, 1 egg white and some canola oil (or oil of your choice).
Here are my estimates:
3-4 T coconut flour
1 egg white
“Splash” of oil
You want the consistency to be like dough and hold together, so add more flour if you need to or a little water if it’s too dry.
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and grease your ramekin (I used a round 15oz CorningWare ramekin).
Press your dough into and up sides of the ramekin, the dough was a little sticky so I just put a little oil on my fingers to keep it from sticking all over my hands. Use a fork to poke holes in the dough then bake for about 10 minutes.
Use whatever fillings you want! I used one breakfast sausage (casing removed and broken up), onion, 2 eggs and a sprinkle of feta cheese.
Pour ingredients into the crust. I turned my oven up to about 400 degrees and baked until done. It probably took about 15-20 minutes. Just cook until everything is set and top is golden brown! Enjoy!