SPINACH AND PORK HOTDOG QUICHE RECIPES

Quiche is a savoury type of open crust pastry spinach. You can add basically anything as the filling such as sautéed mushrooms, spinach, hotdogs, tunas, onions, broccoli and even bacons. I had baked spinach and hotdog quiche for my family Christmas party and they love it a lot. It is so tasty and not that difficult to make the quiche. All you need to do is to prepare the dough, fillings, shredded cheddar & mozzarella cheese and savoury quiche custard.

Ingredients – Dough

Flour 300g

Salt 3g

Milk Powder 18g

Butter 150g

Water 60g

Method

Sieve the flour, salt and milk powder.

Rub butter into the sifted dry ingredients to a crumbly cosistentency.

Add water to the mixture.

Mix to a light smooth paste.

Let the dough rest for 30mins before use. I had made the dough one day before hand and keep it in the fridge before using. The dough pastry recipe is for 2 18cm Quiche.

Ingredients – Quiche Custard

Fresh eggs 163g

Fresh milk 187.5g

Fresh cream 150g

Salt 4g

White Pepper 1g

Paprika Powder 0.5g

Ground Nutmeg 0.5g

Method

Whisk eggs well. Add milk and cream and whisk till smooth.

Add in the salt, white pepper, paprika powder and ground nutmeg.

Fillings

( I do not weigh the fillings but is up to your preference to add the amount to the base of shell)

Spinach

Pork Hot Dog

Shredded Cheddar Cheese

Shredded Mozzarella Cheese

Method

Roll the dough pastry and transfer it to the aluminium tin.

Sprinkle shredded cheddar cheese to the bottom of the shell.

Add in the spinach to the next layer.

Follow by the pork hot dog.

Sprinkle shredded mozzarella cheese to the top layer.

After the fillings are placed in the pastry shell, pour in the quiche custard carefully.

Slowly placed the quiche to the oven. I had used the Rowenta oven to bake the Quiche. Using the pastries mode, i had set the oven temp to 200 degree celcius. The Quiche was baked for 30mins.

When the top surface of the filling takes on a slightly domed apparance, it is an indication that the custard has set. If this surface breaks, this will indicate that it had boiled.

The quiche is delicious and is wipe out fast once it is being served on the dining table. It really makes me happy to see that my family members enjoy eating the food that I had prepared for them.

Spinach and Pork HotDog Quiche

You can try baking Quiche too. It is easy to make and you can add in fillings of your preference. :)

Time flies and i wish my reader Happy New Year and have a good head start ahead!

  3 comments for “SPINACH AND PORK HOTDOG QUICHE RECIPES

  1. January 2013 at

    I am really happy to read this web site posts which contains tons of valuable data,
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  2. Brenda
    January 2015 at

    Hi Dariel, I enjoy reading your blog. In fact because of your blog, I bought a Rowenta oc 7868 for my new home. I am entirely new to cooking / baking as my mum did not like to cook nor allow me to use the kitchen while growing up. So please pardon me for really silly questions I might have. I was reading other quiche recipes, and they suggest to prick the base of the pastry with a fork. May I check with you does your recipe require this step? Thank you.

  3. Dariel
    January 2015 at

    Hi Brenda,

    Thanks for the compliment. It is really motivating and encouraging to hear from readers that you all enjoy reading my blog. :)

    Have fun baking using the Rowenta OC7868 oven. Oh yes, you will need to prick the base of pastry with a fork. No worries for questions. It is good to share baking tips at this platform.

    Just for sharing, I had created a forum on the Rowenta OC7868 Oven on my blog. If you do have any tips or questions on the Rowenta oven, do feel free to discuss at the forum. If you have any baking recipes using the Rowenta OC7868 oven, do feel free to post them at the forum.

    Do let me know if you have any difficulty navigating the forum. :) Here is the link to my forum: http://www.yummyfoodbook.com/forums/forum/rowenta-oc7868-oven-forum/

    Hope to see you at the forum. :)

    Cheers,
    Dariel

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