This leek quiche recipe is one that has been handed from person to person and handed to us from my grandmother. Sharing recipes between friends is a great way to try something you know is going to taste great.
A quiche is a savoury round open topped pie. The word 'quiche' also somehow translates into 'cake', which is sort of what it looks like, a savoury cake.
This classic dish can be served warm as a side dish or enjoyed as a snack throughout the day. Cold quiches are great for picnics or lunch boxes too.
Time: 20 min preparation, 45 min baking
Serves: 6 slices
Utensils: 1 bowl, spring-form
Crack the eggs in a separate bowl, add the cream and whisk. Season with pepper, nutmeg, salt and add the Edam cheese.
Now fill the cooled base evenly with the leek and bacon topping and pour the egg-cheese sauce over the top.
Place the form into the to 180C° preheated oven for 50 minutes. Convert!
For more inspiration visit our Quiche Board on Pinterest.