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Old 04-09-2013, 03:49 PM   #11
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This sounds really good, but as Andy suggested, I think I will also be adding some cheese. My family really likes cheese in their egg dishes. Thank you for posting the recipe and video.
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This sounds really good, but as Andy suggested, I think I will also be adding some cheese. My family really likes cheese in their egg dishes. Thank you for posting the recipe and video.
Thanks chopper ! I think that cheese could make it even better indeed !
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Agree ! I think in the video, it is fast but understandable... :)
Yes, very easy to understand Gab
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Yes, very easy to understand Gab
Cool ! Please do not hesitate to tell me if anything is unclear, or, if there are missing informations in the videos...
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Quiche Lorraine (smokey bacon and eggs pie) Hello guys, Last weekend I made a new recipe and I want to share it with you: It's called Quiche Lorraine. I also make the pastry myself as it is simple and very tasty ! I usually cook this pie on weekend, in order to save some time on tired week's night. [IMG]http://img203.imageshack.us/img203/7950/thumbnailav.jpg[/IMG] [B][U]Ingredients[/U][/B] [B]For the Dough :[/B] - 300g flour (simple one T55) - 150g butter - 1/2 teaspoon of salt - 8cl milk ( 2 drips, you may watch the video for an example) [B]For the Filling :[/B] - 3 eggs - 1 cup milk (20cl) - 1 cup double cream (20cl) - 300g smokey bacon in thick slices [B][U]Cookware[/U][/B] - Frying pan - Pie dish - Baking paper - Rolling pin - Knife (if needed for the bacon) - Bowl [B][U]Instructions[/U][/B] [B]Making the dough :[/B] - Big bowl : add 300g of flour - Add the salt - Soften the butter in microwave ( 20s) - Mix gently with the tip of your finger - Add a drip of milk - Mix gently with the tip of your finger - Add a drip of milk (lol: yes i did "copy paste") - The dough should be soft and not overworked : this way, it will be crumbly out of the oven. - Place it between two sheets of baking paper - Spread it to 3 - 4 mm thick - Cover the pie dish and remove the upper layer - Prick the pastry so that it doesn't rise (you can even put some dry beans on the pastry to prevent it) - Bake in oven 20 minutes at 200C or 400F - This is called in french "Cuire Blanc" ( pre cook a pastry ) [B]Making the filling[/B] - Cut the smokey bacon into small pieces ( dice it :) - In a bowl : 3 eggs - Add the cup of milk and the cup of double cream - Season with salt and pepper - Fill the pre cooked pastry with dices of bacon - Pour the creamy liquid on top. - Bake in oven for at least 45 minutes at 200C or 400F - Low position in the oven allows the dough to taste better - It comes swollen but after 15 - 30 min, it will subside... The result should be good ! Hope you like it ;) Don't hesitate to ask questions if i forgot something. Gab 3 stars 1 reviews
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