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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Quiche and Mango Salad

We have quite a good crop of silver beet and spinach in the veggie patch
So it's Quiche and salad for dinner tonight.



I usually make a nice nutty wholemeal pastry
but you can use whichever is your favourite


I line a quiche dish with the pastry


Then slice up some onions,
I use red ones as they are less acid I find, and sweeter



In a pan,sprinkle some soft brown sugar and a little water
and warm a little




Put in the sliced onions and saute gently until caramelised


Beat 4 eggs with about just under 300mls of cream




Grate some cheeses
I used mostly cheddar with a little parmasen 
but you can use whatever cheeses are your favourite


When the onion is cooled a little, add it to your flan





Add chopped silver beet or spinach (stalks removed)


Then sprinkle with the grated cheese


Pour the egg mixture over



Place in a med to hot oven until set and pastry cooked




Serve with your favourite salad
I used Rocket as the base,
red and yellow capsicums/peppers
tiny halved tomatoes from the garden 
and topped it with cubed mango





This Fasolia,a Greek bean dish
an optional extra

 I posted this recipe previously
but if you would like it again 
Please email me
It's really just home made baked beans, 
but more delicious than the canned kind





I hope you enjoy my little feast
lovely on a hot day hot or cold

Join me at my regular linky parties
the  links on my side bar
xx jeanetteann

18 comments:

Alessandra said...

Mmmm...i' m very hungry now! Everything looks delicious.
Kisses
Alessandra

janice15 said...

Would love to try that quiche it looks really good thank you for sharing...Happy Wednesday my dear...with love Janice

La Vie Quotidienne said...

This looks delicious! I haven't made a quiche is quite a while, I will have to try this recipe...the onions and rocket would really be good additions. Yummy!

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The Porcelain Rose said...

Jeanetteann,
Thank you for visiting. It's always wonderful to hear from you. Thank you for the B-day wishes and the lovely comment about the embroidered pillowcases my mother made for me.
When I posted them..... I thought about you. You are always making such pretty things. I thought you might like them and appreciate the work that went into them. So glad you saw the post.
You are a real "Martha Stewart"!! Sewing, quilting and! baking!!!
My mother would make bread while were at school.... when we got off the bus.... you could smell the bread cooling in the window from blocks away. One of my best childhood memories!
I think I am going to take a crack at it.
Will visit again soon!
Warmly,
Elizabeth

Merlesworld said...

That quiche sounds good and mango is always right with anything.
Merle.....

Judy Biggerstaff said...

Good looking quiche, I always enjoy eating quiche and mango is good anyway you fix it.

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Looks delicious! You make it looks so easy :) I am not much of a cook :)

veggiegobbler said...

What a yummy looking feast!

Barbara Neubeck said...

Hi Jeanetteann,
What a lovely meal you prepared.
Love quiche...and your recipe looks delicious..
Have a good day
Barb from Australia

Bernideen said...

Looks like a wonderful meal here! I would love to see you at my Friday "Open House " blog party!

Nancy said...

Oh my goodness, this looks so yummy. I love quiche. Looks like it's time to make it using your recipe. You've inspired me!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I am so hungry for a quiche and the spinach version sounds perfect! Enjoy your afternoon!

Doni said...

Recipes are wonderful Jeanetteannn!! I dont mind them in the least! And i am so glad you shared that dish of quiche...wow that looks good!
Made me hungry now!
Thanks for coming by!
Blessings,
Doni

Lulu said...

You know what, this would be one of my favorite kind of meal. For whatever reason, I never get tired of quiche and the hubby likes it, too, despite what they say about real men!

Lavender Cottage said...

I've been making a Bisquick quiche for some time now which helps cut down on calories, but there's nothing like the real thing with a pastry crust!
The mango salad is colourful and looks tasty.
Judith

Ivy and Elephants said...

It looks absolutely delicious! Soup, quiche and salad, ....
now I know what I'm making for dinner tomorrow! Thanks for sharing the recipes.
Hugs,
Patti

Jann Olson said...

Your meal looks as lovely as it does delicious. Healthy too! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
hugs,
Jann