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How to make bacon & broccoli quiche

Make Bacon & Broccoli Quiche

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Fry the bacon.

Fry the bacon.

Meanwhile the bacon is frying make the dough. Mix flour, butter and cold water in a food processor (or do it by hand).

Meanwhile the bacon is frying make the dough. Mix flour, butter and cold water in a food processor (or do it by hand).

The dough was enough for one regular sized pie tin and one small one.

The dough was enough for one regular sized pie tin and one small one.

For the filling: Deseed one or two tomatoes and chop in smaller pieces. Of course you can add more but this is what I had at home.

For the filling: Deseed one or two tomatoes and chop in smaller pieces. Of course you can add more but this is what I had at home.

In the fridge I found some sundried tomatoes that needed to be used. If not ready sliced, chop them up.

In the fridge I found some sundried tomatoes that needed to be used. If not ready sliced, chop them up.

Thaw some broccoli. Squeeze out any excess water.

Thaw some broccoli. Squeeze out any excess water.

When the bacon is ready chop in smaller pieces.

When the bacon is ready chop in smaller pieces.

The crusts should preferably be pre-cooked in the oven but I totally forgot this time. If you do this make some wholes in the crust with a fork and cook for about 10 minutes at 200 degrees.

Add as much broccoli as you like on top of the crust.

Add as much broccoli as you like on top of the crust.

Add the tomatoes.

Add the tomatoes.

Then add the bacon.

Then add the bacon.

To make 1 regular sized pie, 300 ml milk and 3 eggs is enough.

In a bowl whisk eggs, milk, black pepper and salt.

In a bowl whisk eggs, milk, black pepper and salt.

Like so.

Like so.

Sprinkle the grated cheese on top of the filling. Then pour the egg & milk mix on top. Cook in the oven for about 35 minutes.

Sprinkle the grated cheese on top of the filling. Then pour the egg & milk mix on top. Cook in the oven for about 35 minutes.

It should have a golden color when it's done.

It should have a golden color when it's done.

Let cool somewhat and then enjoy with a salad.

  • 300.0ml Flour (I used 50/50 of wheat flour and spelt)
  • 100.0g Butter
  • 2.0Tbsp Cold water
  • 300.0g Broccoli
  • 2.0 Tomatoes
  • 100.0ml Sundried tomatoes in oil
  • 140.0g Bacon
  • 150.0g Grated cheese
  • 4.0 Eggs
  • 400.0ml Milk
  • Salt
  • Pepper