The quiche is a lifesaver, everyone’s friend, a leftover monster, a snack and a dinner, but above all so incredibly tasty. Be inspired by this dish – in which you can shamelessly use all kinds of leftovers – and start baking. The oven in the editorial room is already on.
10 x the best quiches you can imagine
1. Quiche Lorraine
De Lorraine is the mother of all quiches, where happiness all started. A fine base with a crust of savory pie dough or puff pastry filled with eggs, crème frache and crispy bacon, oven baked to perfection. Delicious both hot and cold.
> To the recipe: classic quiche Lorraine
2. Quiche with bacon and caramelized onions
This variant is a small twist on the classic Lorraine, filled with bacon, caramelized onions and aged cheese. Nice detail is that the dough is made from spelled flour. With all due respect to Sophie Dahl.
> To the recipe: Quiche with bacon and caramelised onions from Sophie Dahl
3. Herb quiche with buffalo ricotta and lemon
This recipe talks about Easter, but you can eat it on any other day of the year. And then again at Easter. It is a very tasty savory pie with herbs and soft buffalo ricotta. You feel the spring awakening within you – even though it is autumn.
> According to the recipe: herb quiche with buffalo ricotta and lemon (great for Easter!
4. Quiche with artichokes, tomatoes and feta
If you can rate this beauty, it deserves at least an eight, maybe a nine. She is filled to the brim with artichokes, tomatoes and feta. A genius combination that you immediately want to sink your teeth into.
> To the recipe of P’tite Cuisine de Pauline
5. Quiche with spinach and feta
This variation on the quiche is popular, especially in combination with asparagus and zucchini, but also very tasty with goat cheese or brie. And if you happen to have some leftover salmon. Put it in there!
> To the recipe of Hungryhannaheats
6. A quiche made with avocado dough from Jamie Oliver
Dough in which avocado is processed? How delicious is that! This Jamie Oliver option is divine, with a beautiful color and taste. A true showstopper that you must have made at least once in your life.
> To the recipe: avocado dough quiche from Jamie Oliver’s new cookbook
7. Spring quiche with asparagus, peas and leek
This spring variant proves that the savory pie is also very good vegan. Lots of spring vegetables together with Parmesan make for a very festive dish. Delicious!
> To the recipe: Culy Homemade: spring quiche with asparagus, green peas and leek
8. Mini variants
These little ones deserve a separate category. You can put all the flavors you want in it, but in size mini. Check out these recipes from Culinary Hill . Perfect for a party, in your lunch box or at a picnic. Mini instant happiness.
9. With beetroot & Brie de Meaux
Beets may be one of the last ingredients on your mind when you want to make a quiche, but they actually fit perfectly. That crunchy, roasted taste in that creamy quiche batter is a perfect combination. Nice and robust and fits perfectly with autumn or winter.
> To the recipe: quiche with beetroot & Brie de Meaux
10. Crustless Quiche
What? A quiche without a crust is like a sandwich without bread. But for the low carb lovers , this is a perfect solution to be able to enjoy this deliciousness. Especially in a version with kale, tomato and ricotta.
> To the recipe of Moniquecormacknutrition
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