Yield: 1 Servings
|2||Onions; (or 4 leaks' tips)|
|30 grams||Butter; (or margarine)|
|3 decilitres||15% fat liquid cream|
|Grated nutmeg; (just a tiny bit)|
|1 cup||Grated cheese; (gruyere or emmenthal are my favourite, but you can do the same with mild cheddar)|
Onion quiche (or leaks quiche, or blue cheese quiche or plain cheese quiche) is my way out when I have unexpected guests.
You can make the shell yourself, like a regular pie shell, with salt instead of sugar, but I just buy the ready made ones.
The whole preparation takes 10 min.
Depending on how much you like the onions. I put about 2 large onions. Stir fry them in butter till they become all soft and light brown, then add them to the cream elements and pour all the filling into the shell.
Sprinkle some more grated cheese on top Bake in oven 200°C for 20 to 30 min.
Serve with tomato and cucumber salad.
If you are in such a rush you don't have the time to stir fry the vegetables, just add pieces of blue cheese (or better, Roquefort) or sweetcorn and tuna. or whatever you like in the cream filling...
Posted to JEWISH-FOOD digest by romy@... on Apr 29, 1998