5 October 2014

asparagus and ricotta quiche










This really delicious Asparagus and ricotta quiche  you can make with fresh asparagus or frozen asparagus is to any time any season, brunch or lunch and believe me is sooo good!

Enjoy:)

From my own collection of notebook recipes











Ingredients

Crust

200 grams all purpose flour
100 grams ice butter in pieces
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/3  cup ice water

Filling

2 eggs
1/3 cup green onions chopped
salt and pepper
500 grams asparagus
2 cups ricotta cream
1/3 cup parmesan grated cheese


Method

Crust
First sift the flour over a bowl and add the salt
Cut the butter in tiny cubes. Add the butter to the flour with your fingers tips.

The dough will feel like coarse and grains between your fingers.
add the ice water until the dough is homogeneous . If the dough is dry are a little water and if so moist add a little flour.

Make a ball and put in plastic bag by 30 minutes in fridge.
Let the dough warm up a little before rolling.
Preheat oven at 180°
Put in a tart pan and pinch with a fork the bottom.
Bake by 10 minutes or until is dry.

Filling

Cook the asparagus by a while cut in pieces and set aside.
Save the asparagus tips to the final .
In a large bowl beat the eggs and ricotta,  green onions and short asparagus,  add salt and pepper.
Pour into the prepared crust  asparagus and ricotta batter and over put the asparagus tips. Sprinkle the grated cheese and bake 20 minutes or until is golden.
 



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ESPAÑOL

Quiche de ricotta y esparragos














Esta receta de la masa del quiche es la que siempre hago. Incluso se puede refrigerar o congelar.
Si se refrigera cocer un poco antes.
Pero la verdad es que uno no se demora nada.

Ingredientes 
masa


200 gramos de harina sin polvos de hornear
100 gramos de mantequilla helada en trozos
1/2 cucharadita de sal
1/3 taza de agua helada

Relleno
2 huevos
1/3 taza de cebollines picados 
sal y pimienta
500 gramos de esparragos frescos o congelados
2 tazas de ricotta 
1/3 taza queso parmesano rallado

Preparación

Para la masa.
Poner la harina y sal en un bol.Agregasr la mantequilla helada y deshacer con los dedos, mezclando.
Agregar despacio el agua helada y unir hasta tener una masa homogénea.
Hacer una bola con la masa y poner en una bolsa plástica que se pone al refrigerador por unos 30 minutos.
Despues retirar y dejar que unos minutos la masa esté a temperatura ambiente.
Precalentar el hono a 180°c (horno medio)
Estirar la masa con el rodillo y colocar en el molde de tarta.
Pinchar el fondo con un tenedor.
Llevar a horno por unos 10 minutos. O hasta que esté seca.

relleno





92 comments:

  1. #1 what fun! The cat beat everyone haha I tried that once back in the day when I could eat it at my bay, not bad

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  2. hey Pat you are the number one:))
    Use only eggs and asparagus because you dont eat milk.

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  3. Gloria, this looks so delicious! It's one of our favorite breakfast, brunch or lunch treats.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  4. Looks so delicious! I love asparagus quiche and make it often in spring with wild asparagus.

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  5. Gloria, Looks great to me! I like almost anything that has asparagus in it or near it! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  6. Quiche is a favorite of mine Gloria..Ricotta sounds like a very good idea~

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    1. Thanks monique.yes I love make quiches and you can make with a lot of veggies.
      xo

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  7. looks delicious Gloria, un abbraccio

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    1. Grazie Chiara umn abbraccio per te:)))

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  8. Looks great! Though I haven't seen asparagus down south here yet! But it's coming and I'll be ready with my homemade ricotta!
    Blessings,Gloria!

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    1. In the south the best time for asparagus is October, so just in time, see when yo go to groceries!
      Thanks Lori:)

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  9. This savoury tart with asparagus looks superb, Gloria.

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  10. Looks like heaven. Wonderful. Wonderful.

    Today I make pot of chicken stock. Kitchen smells good.

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    1. Thanks Ivy:)
      I love chicken stock made at home:)

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  11. this would be great for lunch!

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  12. Your quiche looks so creamy and wonderful! I'm going to have to try ricotta in my next one :)

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    1. Thanks Lizzy I love ricotta in quiches:)

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  13. We love dishes like this! Looks delicious!

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  14. Love the clicks. The quiche looks so yummy.

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  15. Oooh this really yummy Gloria! :D

    I could wake up to this every morning...although it would be perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner!

    xo

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    1. Aw thanks dear Tammy!
      My daughter loves quiches !
      Yes I think is good to every timed or season!
      xo

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  16. Great for any meal - asparagus is my favourite veggie. This looks d-e-l-i-c-i-o-u-s!

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    1. Thanks Suzy! I love aspsragus too!

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    2. You have such a pretty new header with those amazing muffins - I think that's what they are. With a ripe cherry and almonds? Yummmm!

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  17. What a lovely recipe, Gloria! I sure wish it was Asparagus season around here, that would mean Spring!!! Well, at least it is a warm season for you:) I really like this recipe Gloria. It would be wonderful with fresh asparagus. I had better Pin it, lol...Thank you so much for sharing...

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    1. Thanks dear Louise.I love aspsragus and
      BTW I make quiches with all I have at hand:)
      Thsnks by pin!
      A big hug to you:)

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  18. nice...i must say in the last couple years i have really fallen in love with asparagus...
    i always remember it as mushy from before but roasting it has been amazing....

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    1. I love roasted asparagus too Brian.
      Thsnks dear:)

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  19. Gloria, I would love to have a piece of this quiche for breakfast, it looks yummy!

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  20. Lovely quiche. Makes for an elegant dish!

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  21. I misread the title of this recipe, I thought it said risotto, not ricotta, and I was reading thinking where is the risotto!! How silly am I!!! It looks delicious though, and much better for not having risotto in it!! xx

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    1. aww Amy you always make me laugh!!!
      I think is more easy than a risotto!! and is so good AMy!!

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  22. Your quiche looks wonderful, Gloria. Exactly what I'd like for lunch!

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    1. Thanks Barbara really perfect for lunch or dinner. but really I made for lunch the other day!!

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  23. Oh ricotta I could have it everyday! This is a beautiful and delicious quiche Gloria. Always good and tasty recipes on your blog! Buona settimana ciao cara.

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    1. Yes usually I make ricotta for breads and hubby love it!
      Buona settimana cara, Un abbraccio!

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  24. Quiche is one of my favourite and only ways to enjoy eggs my friend. This version looks extra yummy.

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    1. Thanks Vall! what nice to see you dear!!
      I know you love ricotta too!
      xo

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  25. I love quiche and yours looks so decadent. :) Gotta make one for my family soon.

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  26. I love asparagus with eggs. This quiche looks amazing.

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  27. Thanks Pam I love asparagus too:)

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  28. It is nice that we can usually get fresh asparagus almost all year long now. What a delicious quiche. This could easily be dinner for me!

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  29. Yes Susan I made this for daugther and me;)
    Is easy and delicious! I noticed too that last years we usually get fred asparagus all year long too:))
    Thanks Susan:)

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  30. Now that is one of my favourite recipes of all time!..( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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  31. Looks fun to make for a family sit down breakfast.

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  32. Such a delicious packed with flavors tart!

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  33. I love asparagus quiche! I will have to try with ricotta some time!

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    1. Really I think Inger with ricotta is something special.
      Thanks:)

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  34. I love quiche...of all kinds, so can't wait to try this.
    It looks absolutely delicious!

    Big Hugs xxx

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    1. Thanks Ygraine yes we love quiches too, you can make with any veggie not only asparagus, spinachs, zucchinis, green beans, mushrooms ....

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  35. Que quiche mas deliciosa Gloria!! me encanta con ricota la probaré. Besos

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  36. Dear Gloria, What a lovely quiche. This is perfect for lunch or dinner. Beautiful.. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  37. It looks delicious! Thank you so much for sharing.

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  38. delicious love quiche and its great for spring there well I guess summer

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    1. Thanks Rebecca! The amazing the quiche you can make every season An

      And I love this quiche crust:)

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  39. Sounds like a wonderful combination of ingredients!

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  40. Yum! I'd have to leave the asparagus out, though. Could I switch it with bacon? ;-)

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    1. You can make with bacon or zucchini or only green onions, all you like more:)

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  41. Congrats on this beautiful quiche. Light and delicious and perfectly baked!

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  42. Ricotta filling in a quiche..this sounds like a creamy and delicious recipe!

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  43. I love quiche! I'd eat it every day! :)
    Wonderful job, Gloria. As always!
    A big hug,
    MG

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  44. I love your food. Thank you very much for sharing.

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