Preheat oven to 180°C / 375°F. Line a 20cm / 8-inch quiche dish with baking paper. In a large bowl, combine eggs, ricotta.
Stir to combine and set aside for 15 minutes. Sauté the onion in a large nonstick frying pan over a medium high heat until tender, 3 minutes. Add spinach and cook, stirring for 2 minutes. Cool slightly. Then add to egg mixture and stir to combine. Pour the mixture into the prepared dish.
Bake for 40 minutes, or until the edge starts to brown and the centre no longer bubbles with moisture. Allow to cool and set before removing from the pan.
If entertaining; I would sprinkle with chopped olives, semi-dried tomatoes, mushrooms and Parmesan cheese before baking. This simple and elegant dish is a crustless version of a typical quiche and a great gluten-free option.
Of course if you want to add meat, herbs to boost the flavour you can. The base recipe is fabulous and the best part is you can make this recipe your own by adding a little bit of what you like.
You can add 1 tablespoon of YIAH Herb and Garlic Dip.
YIAH Classic Olde World Herb & Garlic Dip Mix is a pantry staple. Sprinkle it over potatoes before roasting, or into a little sour cream then use it to top a Jacket Potato filled with Chilli Con Carne see page 83. Or one of my winter favourites; Simple Chicken Soup: Into a saucepan add left over shredded roast chicken + ½ cup each of chopped carrot, onion, celery, red capsicum + 3 cups (750ml) salt-reduced chicken stock + 2 tbsp. YIAH Classic Olde World Herb & Garlic Dip Mix (or 2 tbsp. YIAH Mediterranean Risotto Blend). Bring to a gentle boil and simmer for 30 minutes.
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Yesterday we lost a hero for animals as Gill Dalley, Co-founder of Soi Dog Foundation sadly passed away. She dedicated her life to helping animals, especially dogs and cats in Asia, with a goal to create a society without homeless animals.
It is because of Gill that literally thousands of dogs have been given a second chance - rescued from terrible cruelty - and some even from the illegal dog meat trade.
Gill was an incredible person and an asset to to the animal welfare movement. She will be so sorely missed and we send all of our love to Soi Dog at this difficult time.
You can watch a documentary about Gill and her husband's incredible work here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIaceLcOZAc
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Rest in Peace Harold 😥. Sadly our team had to say goodbye to Harold the Bull Arab cross this morning. He was found in a terrible state in Toowoomba and taken to a local vet. Harold (named by our team) was brought to our Brisbane RSPCA for treatment this week and it was clear from the start that the odds of rehabilitating him from such an emaciated state would be tough. But our RSPCA veterinarians, volunteers and staff did all they could to ensure Harold was comfortable and getting the treatment that he needed.
Sadly this morning Harold lost his battle to live. He was surrounded by people that loved and cared for him in his final moments. He was most likely suffering from peritonitis and as well as being emaciated he had a severe hookworm infestation too. The odds were well and truly against Harold, but he fought as long as he could.
Our RSPCA Inspectorate is investigating just how Harold came to be in this appalling state. No animal deserves to suffer in the way Harold has.
Whilst we couldn’t save Harold, we will continue his fight by finding out just what happened to him. Anyone with information about Harold is urged to contact our Inspectorate via 1300 ANIMAL (1300 264 624). Read The Chronicle article here: http://bit.ly/2kPAr45
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