Quiche

Quiche

Now that work is getting back to normally busy I have more time to cook for dinner. And sometimes things turn out better than expected, may be because I haven't cooked for a while. A quiche is very easy to make and always delicious but sometimes it turns out even better than that. Yesterday night that's exactly what happened to me. While I was preparing it I had a good feedback but after tasting it it was so much over the top that I couldn't understand why. For the pie crust I made a dough with a mix of buckwheat flour, rice flour, regular flour, 2 eggs, a bit of vegetal oil and water. I rolled it thick because I wanted to make a large quiche with plenty of vegetables and tofu. The tofu was amazing. I have tried a new hard tofu and it was crazily delicious with crumbs like goat cheese or feta cheese, but a much softer taste of course. I used also my new favorite organic soya milk that since now available in most supermarkets. And for the vegetables I chose asparagus and zucchini, and twisted the taste with some green shiso (perilla) leaves. I baked the whole thing for 30 minutes. And then it was magic!!!

I am so glad we didn't eat the whole thing and I have my lunch all set!

Two way meal

Two way meal

Madame Prune - new website

Madame Prune - new website