1 packet shortcrust pastry (ready rolled); 250 grams broccoli (fresh or frozen); 150 grams blue cheese (cheddar); 200 millilitres double cream; 3 eggs; 1 handful … Broccoli and Blue Cheddar Quiche is a community recipe submitted by snail and has not been tested by Nigella.com so we are not able to answer questions …
A lovely combination of cauliflower cheese and quiche Lorraine – make sure you pick the freshest cauli around.
And I’m not that fussed about quiche either, but this does it. hclarke1. 29th Aug, 2012. 5.05. Have made this twice now and each time was a great success. I used watercress and rocket and mixed in some blue cheese with the goats cheese. Used shop bought pastry but will make my own next time as I think it tastes better.
Discover a new twist to this French favourite or bake a classic Lorraine in four easy steps.
For James Martin’s easy cheese and bacon quiche, choose between homemade pastry or a quick shop-bought version.
Lovely tart/quiche! Made it for lunch today, fed four of us with salad, if you were really hungry some homemade bread would go too. I followed recipe but replaced ham with cooked, sliced smoked streaky bacon. Cooked at a lower temperature for longer to ensure cooked. Cooled for 15 mins and when it lifted out of tin looked …
Stilton recipes. Stilton. Britain’s best-known blue cheese is widely regarded as one of the world’s finest. Made from pasteurised whole cows’ milk, it has a rich, … Butternut squash and Stilton quiche with roasted sprouts. By Yotam Ottolenghi. Salt-baked beetroot with blue cheese beignets and a rainbow beetroot salad.
This extra special tart with crumbly walnut pastry makes a fabulous dinner for vegetarians, from BBC Good Food magazine.
Tip into a large mixing bowl and stir through the blue cheese, onion marmalade and thyme. Spread the mix over the bottom of the tart case. Whisk together the cream, whole egg and yolks with some seasoning. Pour this over the courgette filling and bake for 30-35 mins until just set. Remove from the oven and leave to cool …
Use up remnants of cheese in this delicious tart – a mixture of blue, creamy and cheddar works well, from BBC Good Food. … Recipe from Good Food magazine, January 2009 …. I have had positive comments from a daughter who doesn’t usually like hot quiche and from another who doesn’t usually like cold quiche.