Combine rice and cheese, press into base of 23cm greased quiche dish.
Heat pan, add bacon and shallots, cook 3 minutes.
Sprinkle bacon mixture over rice.
Whisk together remaining ingredients, pour over rice.
Bake in oven 35 minutes or until golden brown.
Use brown rice and wholemeal flour to increase fibre; and egg substitute to decrease cholesterol.
Nestle Australia Ltd
Member Comments: (8)
By: dahl - 2012-04-27 Lavishka82, I would sack your dietician - this receipe is for 6 people and with a balanced diet and exercise would be fantastic for losing weight. Would be great with a side salad for lunch or dinner.
Nutrition Facts: 340 gram - Edgells Creamed Corn
Calories 289 ( Kilojoules 1210 )
Total Fat - 3.1 g
Saturated Fat - 0.3 g
Sodium - 1010 mg
Carbohydrate - 55.4 g
Sugars - 18 g
Dietary Fibre - 6.5 g
Protein - 6.5 g
Calories from Fat - 10%
Calories from Carbohydrate - 81%
Calories from Protein - 9%
By: lavishka82 - 2011-12-13 i have not tried this as my dietican has adivsed me that corn is one of the worst vegies to eat when trying to lose weight... Looks Delicious tho.
By: melbar - 2011-01-03 Quite good- won''t rave about it though. Having said that- a quiche with only 3 eggs- very economical AND the rice base really fills you up.
By: robyn80 - 2010-08-23 i loved it and the hubby and kids thought it was great too.
By: melrich - 2010-07-30 I loved it but next time I will add onion to the rice and the cheese into the mix instead of the rice.. yummo.
By: sirel - 2010-05-27 Thank you, this is a great recipe, I forgot the flour and it still worked fabulous!
By: tash3 - 2009-09-22 I used plain when I made it.
I love this recipe, it was soo tasty and kept really well to have the next day for lunch, even my husband loved it which really is saying something. What a great idea to use rice as the base.
By: adz09 - 2009-08-06 Self Raising Flour or Plain?