11 November 2014

Rye flour quiche with zucchini (quiche de harina de centeno con zapallitos)



The last time I  have made many quiches, of course, all vegetarian, we eat lunch with daugther (she is vegetarian).
At night is different  usually I make something with meat for men.

I loved this because the crust is only with rye flour.
Sometimes in others recipes  I mix two flours or do it with all purpose flour.
The filling  is made with zucchini but you can make with spinach or asparagus or whatever you want.

The recipe is from Clara Majlis  cooking teacher and author of "Nutrition and Healthy Cooking"




Ingredients

1-2/3  cups  rye flour or whole flour
50 grams butter
1/2 cup of warm water 
1 teaspoon of salt

Filling

3 zucchinis in cubes 
(or other veggies)
3 eggs
1 cup of ricotta or creme fraiche
2 tablespoon grate cheese (parmesano)
1/2 tablespoon oil
salt
pepper

Method

Crust


In a deep bowl, mix the flour, salt and melted butter and slowly add water by tablespoons making a dough does not stick to your hands.
If is necessary add flour to strech the dough.
Butter a tart shell and put the dough into it.
Prick the dough all over with the tines of a fork.

Leave an edge of 3 cm high.
Preheat oven to 180 ° C and bake for 10 minutes. 
Set aside.

Filling


Boil  the zucchini and cook in water until tender, remove and drain.
In a skillet saute the onion and once ready add  diced zucchini, the eggs ,1 tablespoon of grated cheese, cream fraiche or ricotta and season with salt and pepper.
Once ready pour the mixture over the crust quiche and sprinkle with remaining cheese before put in oven.
Bake for 30 minutes or until golden brown.
Serve warm or hot.








PRINT RECIPE HERE


En español
quiche de harina de centeno o integral











Estos dias he hecho varios quiches de diferente tipo. Este me gustó mucho porque es harina de centeno o integral.
Generalmente los hacemos para el almuerzo cuando está mi hija o para la noche.
Este es con zapallitos pero se puede hacer con champiñones, o espárragos o coliflor o verduras surtidas.

Ingredientes

1 taza 1/3 de harina centeno o integral
50 garmos de mantequilla
1/2 taza de agua tibia
1 cucharadita de sal

Relleno
3 zapallitos italianos trozados y cocidos
3 huevos
1 taza de ricotta o sour cream
2 cucharadas de queso rallado
1/2 cucharada de aceite
1 cucharada de cebolla picada fina
sal y pimienta

Para la masa

En un bowl mezcla la harina con la mantequilla derretida y la sal, a continuación agregar de a poco en cucharadas el agua, hasta lograr una masa homogenea. que no se pegue en las manos.
Si es necesario agregar un poco más de harina.
Aparte enmantequillar un molde redondo de 24 cm. y amoldar en él la masa dejando un borde de 3 cm.
Pinchar el fondo con un tenedor .
Llevar a horno prec alentado (180°c) durante 10 minutos.
Reservar.

Relleno

Cocer un rato los zapallitos cortados en cubos y con cáscara. hasta que esten blandos. Colarlos y reservar.
En un sartén sofria la cebolla y una vez que este lista agregar los zapallitos., los huevos, 1 cucharada de queso rallado ricotta y aliños.
Una vez listo verter sobre la masa del quiche espolvorear con el retso de queso rallado y llevar a horno durante unos 30 minutos.
Servir tibio o caliente.

86 comments:

  1. Dear Gloria, What a nice quiche. It would be a perfect lunch or nice light dinner. Catherine xoxo

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    1. Thanks dear Catherine! We love quiches with Esperanza!:)
      xo

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  2. I should have had this recipe when I was trying to use up my big bag of rye flour! Looks delicious!

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  3. This looks delicious Gloria! I love to make quiche! I have all of those eggs!!! I have been kind of bad at blogging lately! So busy here!
    Hugs,
    Kris

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    1. Aw Thanks Kris yes when I visited you I know you are really busy! You make a lot of beautiful things!

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  4. Gorgeous! I love quiche. I like zucchini but I prefer asparagus so I would make it with that instead I think. Look at your little dove family - too precious! I guess your plant will have to wait for a drink! :-)

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    1. Thanks Suzy! Yes I can´t water! I hope the little born soon :))

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  5. It's always good to have a good vegetarian recipe on hand - looks beautiful!

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    1. Thanks Jasna yes I make a lot of vehgetarian recipes by my daugther!

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  6. Una ricetta buonissima!Le zucchine sono una verdura molto gustosa!!
    Un abbraccio <3

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  7. Quiche is one of my favorites--so versatile for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  8. And, I love your header. What a cozy spot.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  9. I can eat the leaves at least once more lol

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    1. Yes leaves are healthy for you Lol:))

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  10. No se publicó mi anterior comentario... que raro. Pero te decía que nunca he usado harina d ecenteno en esta receta. Pero no me cabe duda de que queda muy buena.
    Te dejo un abrazo y gracias por ser tan linda y visitarme siempre.

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    1. Gracias Nathy!
      Y me encanta visitarte
      Un abrazo amiga:)

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  11. Gloria, Your zucchini quiche looks pretty good! I am a meat lover but this would make a nice lunch. I do like zucchini... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  12. The rye flour crust sounds delicious, Gloria. A delicious vegetarian quiche!

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  13. une jolie quiche bien délicieuse j'adore
    bonne soirée

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  14. A great quiche, Gloria. It's healthy and delicious with all the veggies and rye.

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  15. I love quiche, but I've never thought to try making it with rye flour. Great idea, looks yummy!

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    1. We love quiches too Ann especially my daugther, BTW you ca make with 1 cup of rye flour and 1 cup all purpose flour is absolutely good too!

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  16. Hi Gloria, what a wonderful quiche, never thought to use a different kind of flour for a quiche crust, very nice!

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  17. I have an unhealthy aversion to anything green, but this sounds yummy otherwise!

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    1. Thanks Stephanie!, you can make with others like tomatos (little tomatoes) or only green onions! all you like!

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  18. I don't think I've ever made a crsut with rye flour Gloria. How interesting! I must try it. I think I have some frozen zucchini out in the garage freezer. I may just need to try this Quiche for a meatless meal around here. Marion would love the leftovers for lunch!

    Thanks for sharing, Gloria...

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    1. Im happy you like Louise abd sure Marion would love this.
      Hugs dear

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  19. Veramente un' ottima ricetta! Complimenti Gloria e buona giornata!

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  20. Hi Gloria,rye flour is new to us and all we know is to bake a few different kinds of bread from it...this quiche looks so good...a must try at home,thanks :-)

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    1. Thanks Kumars you always are really nice!

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  21. I have never cooked with rye flour. What a fabulous idea...I will certainly be giving this one a try!
    Thank you so much.:)

    Big Hugs xxx

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  22. Hola Gloria!! Que mal acostumbrados deben estar en tu familia!! Todos los días tienen tremendos menús, cosas ricas a cada rato. Me imagino que ni se mueven de tu casa y que nadie debe querer invitarte porque no se imaginan que darte de comida.
    Jajajaja!!! Eso es típico que pasa!! A todos les da vergüenza invitarte. O no?

    Cariños!!

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    1. aw Rosario! tú si que cocinas estupendo. Aqui son medio regodiones a veces pero hago cosas dos a tres veces por semana no todo el timpo!
      jaja! Es verdad no me invitan.
      Pero voy siempre donde mi mamá y lo encuentro todo rico!
      Es kuy agradable que alguien más prepare la comida!
      Besos

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  23. Buono questo piatto :) grazie per essere passata da me cara.. ti bacio :*

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  24. Une quiche bien gourmande. J'en mangerai avec plaisir.
    A bientôt

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    1. Merci beaucoup Nadji:)A bientot mon amie:)

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  25. che deliziosa quiche Gloria, un abbraccio !

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  26. I made a quiche this week, but with bacon, red peppers, zucchini, cheese and chicken bits. Tasted awful: but I ate it all!

    Je fait une quiche cette semaine, mais avec du bacon, poivrons rouges, courgettes, fromage et des morceaux de poulet. Était horrible: mais je l'ai mangé tous!

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  27. Awful?? Really you think your quiche was awful?
    Why? Maybe you put many things in the quiche?

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  28. I love, love, love quiche! I have never made it before, but this sounds SO good! It is actually making me hungry even though it is late at night. :) Thanks for sharing!
    ~Jess

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  29. Davvero invitante questa torta salata

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  30. Beautiful quiche, Gloria. I love the nutty flavors of crusts made with whole wheat or rye flour.

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  31. What a lovely rustic pie! That could make a fab dinner for any day of the week. Che buono! Ciao!

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  32. Che bontà cara!!! :-))
    Bravissima,bacioni a presto

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  33. Looks delicious, Gloria!! I wish you a terrific weekend :)

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    1. Thanks Keith I whish you a fab weekend too:)

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  34. Using rye flour is such a great idea! The quiche looks terrific.

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  35. Thanks Pam you can use rye flour or wheat flour!

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  36. Gloria, what a comforting and lovely quiche you made! We could eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
    Cheers,
    J+C

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