Ratatouille-Quiche

Ratatouille-Quiche created by Artandkitchen

This quiche is filled with a delicious mix of sauteed veggies and herbs. It tastes fresh and yummy plus it looks very nice, too! :) Can be eaten warm and cold. Great for party buffets. I hope youll like it as much as my friends and me do. The original comes form "Quiches" by Brigitta Stuber, but I have tweaked it quite a bit.

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  • For the dough mix flour, salt and herbs in a bowl. Add butter and rub in using your finger tips or a pastry blender until dough looks like coarse crumbs. Add the egg and as much water as you need to make a smooth workable dough.
  • Wrap in foil and chill til veggies are ready.
  • For the filling, heat oil in a big skillet. Add onion and garlic and sautee til lightly browned. Add all the other veggies and sautee for 10-15 minutes or until veggies are tender and liquid has partially evaporated. Remove from heat, drain off remaining liquid.
  • Add the herbs.
  • Pat your dough into a pie dish of 28 cm in diameter (11 inches).
  • Put filling on top of dough and make sure to fill out the whole dish with it.
  • For the sauce combine cheese, cream and eggs and pour over veggies.
  • Bake in the preheated oven at 190°C/375°F on the second lowest rack for 50 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean.
  • Enjoy! :).
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"This quiche is filled with a delicious mix of sauteed veggies and herbs. It tastes fresh and yummy plus it looks very nice, too! :) Can be eaten warm and cold. Great for party buffets. I hope youll like it as much as my friends and me do. The original comes form "Quiches" by Brigitta Stuber, but I have tweaked it quite a bit."

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  1. Artandkitchen
    Ratatouille-Quiche Created by Artandkitchen
  2. Artandkitchen
    Hi loula,<br/>Your quiche was really excellent: light, delicious and mmhh. We love the dough with herbs<br/>I didn't have fresh tomatoes; I used chopped can tomatoes after draining instead and I used the juice of them for the dough (replacing the water).<br/>Thanks for posting this recipe!
  3. Lalaloula
    This quiche is filled with a delicious mix of sauteed veggies and herbs. It tastes fresh and yummy plus it looks very nice, too! :) Can be eaten warm and cold. Great for party buffets. I hope youll like it as much as my friends and me do. The original comes form "Quiches" by Brigitta Stuber, but I have tweaked it quite a bit.
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