11 January 2017

Roasted tomato, basil and mozzarella quiche (Quiche de tomates. mozarella y albahaca)








I was looking photos that I still had in the camera and I find this quiche!
I remember it was delicious. And why the hell did not I do it again?
Aah the voragine called Christmas and New Year! 
And now I see it and I love it.
Is true  I love  quiches but  this is wonderfully simple with its flavor of tomatoes and basil.
I hope you enjoy .
love !


Source: A bake in the life







Ingredientes

Pastry

200 grams plain flour
75 grams chilled butter
2 tablespoon cold water
1 teaspoon salt

Filling

200 grams cherry tomatoes (or others)
salt and pepper
80 grams mozarella in small píeces
1 small sliced onion
1 egg 
150 double cream
handful of sheredded basil leaves and a little to sprinkle over the quiche



Method


To make the pastry combine the flour and butter using your fingertips until the mixture resembles fine breadcrumbs. Add 2 tablespoons of cold water and begin to pull the mixture together into a ball, if needed add the final tablespoon to form a soft dough.
Roll out the dough on a lightly floured work surface large enough to line a 20 cm tin (8 inch). Press the pastry gently into the tin ensuring it lays smoothly against the fluted sides.
Chill in the frideg for 30 minutes.
Preheat the oven to 200°c /400 F
Place the cherry tomatoes (or tomatoes in pieces)  and onion in a small roasting tin, drizzle with oil and season with salt and pepper before placing on the lowest shelf in your oven toslowly cook,
Once chilled line the pastry case with foil and fill with baking beans  or rice) as long as they are dry and heavy enough to prevemnt  the pastry from puffing up.
Blind bake for 15 minutes  and then renove the beans/foil and continue to bake  for 5 minutes to dry out the centre of the base.
Keep a close eye on the tomato/onion and remove once the tomato start to pop open and onions caramalise.
Beat together the eggs and cream before adding the basil and seasoning with salt and pepper.
Once the pastry case has cooked sprinkle half the pieces of mozarella over the base then top with the tomato onion mixture,
Pour over the egg/cream mixture until it just reaches the top of the pastry case and finally top with the rest of mozarella.
Bake for 15 to 20 minutes until the top is set and appears golden brown.
Leave the pastry cool in the tin the remove onto a serving plate and top with fresh whole basil leaves.



print recipe here











En español

Quiche de tomates, mozarella y alhabaca













66 comments:

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    1. Thanks Christine. I remember you love quiches!

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    1. Thanks.
      Really was.
      And really easy and delicious !

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  3. I love all of these ingredients and this sounds AMAZING! I wish I could make it right now. Thanks for sharing it with us! YUM!
    ~Jess

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    1. You have to try Jess !
      Im sure you would love this recipe. I love quiches !

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  4. Looks light and delicious! I would love one huge wedge for my lunch, Gloria.

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  5. Gloria, may I have slice, please?
    love

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  6. Sounds wonderful, Gloria!!! Perfect any time of day!!!

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  7. I love quiche but never get it right... yours sounds easy...

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  8. wow...gustosa! Mi piace tantissimo!
    Un bacio :)

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  9. I love basil, so I 'm sure your tart is marvellous !
    Bises

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  10. Happy new Year Gloria..to you and your family.

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  11. I'm glad you found the pictures ;) It looks delicious, Gloria, and reminds me of how wonderful fresh tomatoes and basil are in the summer! xo

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  12. Gloria, My wife would be all over this quiche! She loves them and orders them out whenever we go out to eat. We've made quiche at home a couple of times but she likes the non-meat variety and I like them with meat. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  13. Que rica Gloria!! me encanta todo lo que lleva. Besos

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  14. Love these flavors Gloria, beautiful quiche.

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  15. looks delicious Gloria ! un abbraccio !

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  16. Buono!!!! Mi viene fame adesso. Un abbraccio cara.

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  17. Tomatoes, Mozzarella and Basil ... a lovely combination!

    All the best Jan

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  18. So glad you found this on your camera and decided to give it another go!

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  19. che buono!! è anche l'ora giusta adesso :)) grazie! buona domenica!

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  20. Favolosa questa quiche! Un abbraccio

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  21. At least some leaves for me lol

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  22. What a beautiful recipe for when tomatoes are in season! Now I can't wait!

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  23. Une quiche bien délicieuse. J'en mangerai avec grand plaisir.
    A bientôt

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  24. This looks so colourful, Gloria. I just love quiche. I don't really do much cooking or baking but I am going to try to do more this year. I think I might be able to manage a quiche!

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    1. Thanks Suzy ! This quiche is really easy and you can make with any filling ! Anyway see in my labels in "quiches" I have someones !!

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  25. i found it so mouthwatering!
    thank you for sharing the recipe friend1

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  26. Wow...I love quiche, and this is one I have never tried...so I can't wait!!
    Thank you so much...:))

    Much Love & Hugs xoxoxo

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  27. I have been making so many quiche lately! They are such a easy and delicious meal.

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