Use turmeric in your dough to creatie a summer dish! For a rectangular quiche for 2-3p, mix 200grams of flour ( spelt or normal) with 2 teaspoons of turmeric powder, a pinch of salt, 2 table spoons of olive oil and luke warm water( 100-120ml) until you obtain a smooth dough. Cover with cling film … More Sunny quiche
Fresh artichokes are superb, but canned artichokes can be a perfect alternative for a lazy day or when baby artichokes are not available. Prebake a ready made puff pastry (make a few holes with a fork) in a cake form covered with firmly pressed baking paper in the oven at 180° for approx 10 mins. … More Canned artichokes ?
A quiche as a solitary dish for 2p can be too much but is a perfect lunch for the following day, or if you are both really hungry, can be finished. Puff pastry is probably the most elegant dough for a quiche. Prebaking is always better to guarantee a cripsy bottom. Instead of using dried … More Good looking quiche
Filo pastry pure is less fat than puff pastry, but to put the layers together you need some fat which can be limited and be ‘good’ fat such as olive oil. Anyway, there will probably not be an important difference because you need a few layers to create a solid quiche. Filo is a nice … More Filo pastry or puff pastry for a quiche?
Prebake a puff pastry in the oven at 180° for 10 mins. Mix a good portion of fresh parsley/basil and 4 garlic cloves in a cutter. Add 4 eggs and 125grams of ricotta. Taste and add pepper and salt. Steam 500 grams of green asparagus shortly. Cut in smaller pieces and keep the heads apart. … More Beautiful quiche
Quiches were often on our menu in the past. My kids loved it and it was so easy to prepare in advance. The whole combination of puff pastry, eggs, cream, cheese is not exactly a ‘light’ dish, but I’m ready for one today. Pre bake the puff pastry ‘blind’. Defrost and drain 400 grams of … More Once upon a time….