Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Family Cooking (III) Quiche

Quiche and Baked Potato
Tarnia's way

For four people.

This is the first of two ways I get the kids to eat cheese and eggs...

  • eggs: 4
  • milk: 1 cup
  • tomato: 1, sliced
  • bacon:  400gm, diced
  • garlic: 1 clove, mashed or teaspoon of minced garlic
  • onion: 1, diced
  • pepper: fresh ground
  • cheese: shredded/grated, 1/2 to 1 cup, parmesan or tasty
  • Pastry : plain flour: 1/2 cup 
  •            :butter/margarine: 1/8 cup
  •            :salt: pinch to 1/4 teaspoon
  •            :baking soda : 1/4 teaspoon
  •            :water, 1/8 to 1/4 cup
  • potato: medium/large, skin on
  • oilive oil
  • salt
Sauted Pepper, Garlic and Onions
Tarn's two piece cooking device

  1. Pastry- Sift flour salt baking soda into mixing bowl.
  2. Add butter and mix together 
  3. Add water until a nice soft dough
  4. Roll out flat and drape into baking dish and put into refrigerator
  5. Sauté bacon, onion, garlic and pepper in fry pan.
  6. Into a mixing bowl crack eggs and beat in milk, spices then add cheese
  7. When cooked enough, put bacon and veges into mixture.
  8. Remove the pastry from the fridge and pour in mixture, trim pastry
  9. PlaceArrange tomato slices on top
  10. Place potato in a baking tray/dish, cover with some oil and salt
  11. Bake all together in moderate oven (180°Celsius) for about an hour
  12. Baste potato every so often for a nice crispy tate!
The two piece cooking device, our quiche dish, is great, and I cannot find any like it. 
Another Good old Adelaide souvenir.

When #Son1 is home, I use 6 eggs and a more ingredients in a larger pan of course.

This is the first of two ways I get the kids to eat cheese and eggs...

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