Quiche is a great dish to make the night before a busy week starts as it is great to have it on hand for a healthy dinner. I love making quiche for this reason as well you can basically add anything you have on hand into it. A few years ago, I started cutting back on the amount of “flour” products we eat, not for any particular reason, except to cut carbs – they are bad for our waistlines! I came up with this simple basic quiche recipe and I just add whatever I have on hand to flavor it and to add some texture. In order to give the quiche some stability when you slice into it, I add lots of veggies to the bottom of the quiche pan, sort of like the crust, it works perfectly! This particular quiche is an asparagus one with caramelized shallots. I always find it funny when Lenny reaches for the hot sauce to season his quiche, sort of like the little kid who puts ketchup on everything, so this time, I added a dried chili from our garden last summer. It was just enough spice, to leave that bottle in the fridge! It is really a simple and delicious recipe.