OK, here's a variation: nettle quiche...
for the pastry: 150 gram of sieved flour (not self-raising), salt & pepper. Cut 75 grams of margarine (or butter) into small blocks, then work the ingredients into a ball of pastry. Add some luke warm water to make things smooth. roll out and cover an oven-proof piece of kitchen-ware. Prick holes (siq) in the base.
For the rest: 3 eggs, 25 grams condensed milk, 2 cloves of garlic, 100 grams of grated cheese (old dutch recommended, either that or fancy expensive Swiss Emmental or even better the even more fancy French expensive Gruyere or Italian Parmesan. Damn the Euro), two handfuls of your least desired stinging-nettles. Press the garlic, clean and shred the stingers. Whisk the lot together (keep some grated cheese) and pour onto the pastry base..
Oven, gas mark 5, approx. 40 minutes (check your local settings). Don't let it burn. Add some grated cheese during the last few minutes.