Yesterday, Mr. Man, Queenie and I went to a vegan potluck and met tons of new vegan friends! Organized by a local meetup group, it was a great event. It was hosted by a gracious and generous family, packed full of interesting and friendly people, and featured a table loaded with seriously delicious food. Seriously. People went all out, which I really appreciated. Yum.
For our contribution, I made the “Classic Broccoli Quiche” from Isa Chandra Moskowitz’s book, Vegan Brunch (page 41, if you’ve got it). Given that this recipe is a crowd-pleaser (it was particularly fun to watch the kids devouring it), lots of people requested the details. Happily, Isa posted this recipe to her site, the Post Punk Kitchen, and I am sharing it here. Note that I doubled the recipe and omitted the crust, both because some people are avoiding gluten these days and because it makes it easier to cut into cute squares for potluck purposes. Just make it in a 9 x 13 casserole dish (assuming you are doubling it, too), cook for the same amount of time, let it rest and then cut into portions.