Q is for quiche….

Do try to make your pastry from scratch – it tastes so much better. The biggest tips are to keep your butter cold and not to over process. If you have very hot hands, or a hot kitchen pop into the fridge in batches, especially if you are making 8-10 individual quiches.

It’s is known as rocket in UK and arugula in the US- same product.

For more about this quiche see the recipe here Rocket quiche

It is so easy to include your own variations to the base ingredients. If you love goats cheese then substitute that. If you want to use non wheat flours then use that.

For more about this quiche variation the link is here Pumpkin and goats cheese tarts

Linked to Blogging from A to Z April Challenge

Thanks so much for reading. I hope you are enjoying my culinary alphabet 🙂

 

 

6 Comments Add yours

  1. prior says:

    mmm – this is the best looking quiche I have seen maybe ever – 🙂

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  2. nowathome says:

    It looks so delicious!

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  3. Yes, it is. Thanks, Anne. Gosh, this just looks heavenly.

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    1. vannillarock says:

      Thanks for following the link 🙂 I love rocket (arugula) I can and do just eat it straight out of the packet. So this quiche with so much of it is beautifully peppery.
      Hope you are firmly into spring ‘out east’

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  4. Hi Anne. The link for the recipe didn’t lead me to it. Maybe the problem’s on my end, but double-check, will you? It just led me to a bigger version of the photo.

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    1. vannillarock says:

      Many thanks Barbara. I think it’s fixed 🙂
      Anne

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