Asian inspired chicken & babycorn crustless quiche

Asian inspired chicken & babycorn crustless quiche

I keep seeing the phrase ‘crustless quiche’ in magazines at the moment.

It’s not that I have something against pastry, I love it, but my Mr isn’t keen on anything quiche based.

I made this today and he was pleasantly surprised and didn’t bemoan the word quiche!

This is one of the many recipes I created when I followed the 90 Day Plan by The Body Coach. Simply use your plans ingredient amounts instead of those shown in the recipe. There are 220 Create Your Own (CYO) friendly recipes in my app and on this website.

Ingredients for 1 serving

267 g chicken breast, chopped into chunks
46 g onions, chopped
1 inch piece of ginger, grated
67 g babycorn, cut in half
3 whole eggs
3 egg whites
6 g coconut oil
1 chilli, sliced, seeds or no seeds up to you!
46 g reduced fat sour cream
10 g fresh coriander, chopped
149 g spinach
salt and pepper


  • Preheat your grill to its highest setting.
  • Put a frying pan onto a medium heat.
  • Add the coconut oil and the chicken pieces.
  • Add a sprinkle of salt to help the chicken go golden brown and after a few minutes add the spring onion and babycorn.
  • Stir fry these until you feel the vegetables have softened.
  • Then add the grated ginger and chopped chilli.
  • Give the chicken a good stir and pop the lid on to finish cooking the chicken.   The chicken is cooked through when it is firm to the touch.
  • Crack your eggs into a bowl, add your egg whites and the reduced fat sour cream.
  • Beat the mixture thoroughly and add it to your frying pan.
  • Allow this to cook for a few minutes to set the bottom half of the quiche.
  • Then pop it under the grill to set the top of the quiche.
  • In the meantime take another pan, pop it on a medium heat and wilt the spinach.
  • When you are happy that the quiche is cooked, remove it from the grill and serve it on a plate along with the spinach.
  • Garnish with the coriander.

Recipe Notes

  • For those on 2018 BC plans, baby corn has been approved for used in place of carrots.
  • For anyone following older BC plans, baby corn has been approved for use in place of courgettes.
  • Ginger is easier to grate when it’s frozen.

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