Don’t have any idea what to do with those leftover vegetables? Why not make a delicious quiche! Includes a basic recipe that’s very customizable.
Cooking with leftovers: you either hate it or you love it. I personally love it: you get to be super creative! However, for those of you that are not that creative in the kitchen I’ve decided to share my basic recipe for a leftover vegetable quiche. I use it all the time!
I am a planner. I work with weekly and daily to-do lists, and I get very annoyed if my plans get changed last minute. For example, I like to plan my days. I’m not obsessed or anything! My plannings are sort of like this: gym in the morning, writing 2 blogs, getting my groceries for dinner tonight and then finishing my next video. I don’t know, let’s say my day looks like that, and then I get an e-mail that says “Your package will be arriving at…” I can throw away my planning, knowing that I’ll be sitting around waiting for the mail man to arrive. Anyone else?!
Don’t get me wrong, I love ordering stuff online. I just wish they were more flexible. Or maybe that I was more flexible 😉Yummmm! Use your leftover veggies in a delicious quiche. @VivianSAACClick To Tweet
Any vegetable quiche
Not much of a story today, let’s start with the recipe shall we?!
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- Puff pastry, 5-6 sheets
- Vegetables, 200-250g (I used pre-cooked broccoli and some mushrooms)
- Eggs, 2 large
- Milk, 50 ml
- Cream, 100 ml
- Grated cheese, 50g
- Italian herbs
- Salt and pepper
- Preheat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius.
- Start by lining the quiche mould with the puff pastry.
- Mix the eggs, cream, and milk together with a teaspoon of Italian herbs, pepper to taste and limited salt.
- Place the vegetables on top of the puff pastry, and spread around. Cover with the grated cheese.
- Now, pour in the egg mixture. Make sure it's evenly spread. Place this in the oven for around 40 minutes, or until cooked.
- Some ideas: zucchini, eggplant, tomatoes, brussels sprouts, green beans, asparagus, bell pepper, pumpkin or squash, broccoli, cauliflower, mushrooms, spinach, leek, kale.... I don't think there's a vegetable that wouldn't taste great!