Sunday, 20 November 2011

Broccoli and Goat's Cheese Quiche

For today's lunch, I chose to make a quiche. Basically, anything that is the fridge can be made into a quiche. I chose broccoli and goat's cheese.
You can easily add bacon or salmon to make this quiche even more delicious :-)

For the dough, follow the bread dough recipe I used in the leek and ham quiche.
The rest of the recipe is as easy as this: Cut a broccoli and boil it for 4-5 min (the time will depend if you prefer the broccoli crunchy or not). Cut the broccoli into pieces and place it on the dough (previously lined in a pastry case). Scatter pieces of tasty goats cheese over the broccoli. Then beat 2 large eggs or 3 small eggs with 120ml of milk and 120ml of single cream, add salt and pepper to your taste (maybe some paprika, or nutmeg) and pour the mix onto the broccoli and cheese, and bake it at 200°C for 45min in a preheated oven. Bon appetit!

Note: it is optional to blind bake the dough for 20 minutes to prevent from soaking all the water from the broccoli while it bakes. I did not do it this time, but will try next time I make a quiche.

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