Pesto is one of the greatest inventions Italy has for us. It’s very useful for different recipes: pasta, chicken, fillings, toast, sandwiches… we can’t have enough of it. In this case I bring you a quiche that turned out to be amazingly god. The filling has parmesan, mozzarella and of course a recipe of pesto that you can use and change as you like. It doesn’t have to be basil, it could also be spinach, kale, rocket, whatever leafs you like. Instead of pine nuts you could also use pecans, walnuts or almonds… yum! Continue reading Pesto and cherry tomatoes quiche
Who could say no to a piece of quiche? No one! Chances are even slimmer if it has Parmesan and Gruyere cheese. The combination with the confit cherry tomatoes, who turn really sweet, goes amazing. On the other hand, leek quiche is probably one of my favourites, and if you don’t particularly like it, you can use this recipe as a base for any vegetable you like ;). The dough has whole wheat in it and honestly the flavour does change, it makes it much richer than just with common flour. I think it’s completely worth trying and it’s an amazing option for any day: summer, winter, rainy or sunny :). You might also be interested in my artichoke hearts quiche. Continue reading Whole wheat leek quiche with confit cherry tomatoes
A couple of weeks ago they taught me in school how to make quiche and we devoured it in one night with my boyfriend. After that, I decided I needed to make one with artichokes because YUM. Also, I was really excited by my new pie mould (which I first used on the last post for my Fudgy Nutella Pie) I think the most difficult part is to do the dough but in all it’s ok. So here’s the recipe I learned with my own little twist :).
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