Now that we were eating all kinds of sweets during the holidays, today we go for a savory vegetable pie... #hoemaaktuhet The quiche is a cake base in puff pastry or not sweet crumb pastry in which all kinds of vegetables, possibly some fish or meat, an egg-cream mixture and cheese are processed. So you can really process all the leftovers of already cooked vegetables, potatoes,... and this pie can be eaten both hot and cold afterwards. As lunch, as a snack, as a snack, as a dinner, it doesn't matter in itself. With a salad or just so... Just combine what you like and turn it into a quiche.
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SAVORY VEGETABLE PIE FROM MRS. DOT...
Here's what you need:
Puff pastry (for sale in sheets or rolled up)
Vegetables of your choice... I use broccoli in this recipe
Eggs, the amount depends a little on the size of your baking tray (about 3 eggs for a normal baking mold)
Pepper and possibly salt
Spices to taste
Meat or fish... I use in this recipe bacon cubes
Boil the potatoes until cooked in salted water, drain and let them steam out for a while until well dry.
Divide the broccoli into florets and cook them until tender...
Let them drain well...
Fry the bacon in a saucepan without adding fat... the bacon fat is already fat enough.
Remove the bacon cubes from the pan and use the bacon grease to grease your baking mold.
If you don't use bacon, you can butter in your baking mold or oil it...
Cover your baking tin with puff pastry and pierce holes in the bottom... Fill your puff pastry with baking beans or baking beads or put a smaller shape in it... the weight keeps the bottom flat.
Bake this bottom in a preheated oven of 200°C for about 15 minutes.
The baked bottom is now ready to be filled.
First the potatoes...
Then the broccoli...
Finally, the bacon...
Make a mixture of the eggs with a dash of full cream and a little pepper... salt I do not use here as the bacon cubes are already salty...
You can also add your favorite herbs.
Mix the mixture well and gently pour over the filling of the vegetable pie...
Make sure that it does not run over the puff edge.
Finishing with grated cheese... And then back in the oven... Preheated to 200°C
For a large quiche: 30 to 35 minutes
For a small quiche: 15 to 20 minutes
For a mini-quiche: 10 to 15 minutes
This also depends on your oven...
It is best to check whether the filling is dry properly by piercing the cake with a satay stick and checking if the filling is completely dry.
If the stick comes out with a damp egg, the quiche should be in the oven for a little longer.
Remove the vegetable pie from the mold when it is ready and serve immediately or let the cake cool down and eat the quiche cold.
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