29 March 2009

Quiche Crust with Gouda Cheese

Quiche is always a welcome dish around here. The real men, real women and real teenagers all eat it. And quiche is such a versatile dish - you can use all kinds of mixtures of veggies, cheeses and proteins with the egg custard. A few years ago I ran across the original of this crust recipe on a foodie board. It originally called for cheddar cheese and that is very good. However, I most often find myself reaching for Gouda cheese when making this crust.

Dough patted out into two vintage Ovenserve shirred egg dishes:


I sliced and caramelised a Vidalia onion from the veggie box. Added a little home grown garlic to that. While the onion was cooling I mixed up 3 eggs, a little salt, 2 Tbsp half and half, and enough milk to make one cup. After dividing the onion between the two dishes, I poured in the egg mixture.


Baked at 350°F for about 35 minutes until the quiche puffed and began to brown. Served with Bloody Marys, my version of Broccoli Salad and canteloupe with blueberries for dessert.


All in all a great supper!


Quiche Crust with Gouda Cheese
3/4 cup flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon dry mustard
1 cup grated Gouda cheese
1/4 cup butter, melted

Mix flour, salt, mustard and cheese. Pour in melted butter and stir until mixed. Pat into a 9 inch pie shell.

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4 comments:

bakinbits said...

Oh, this looks soooo good, Becky. I don't know that I ever tried Gouda cheese but will have to looking at this recipe!

I love to see you cooking and hitting that veggie box again -- (((Hugs))) Regina

~Deborah~ said...

Hi Becky ~ This sounds wonderful! I love quiche!

BTW, I'm a member of Contessa's Kitchen.

Mary said...

MMM, everything looks delish!

Mary P.

Anonymous said...

Looks very good

dont forget the nutmeg ! :D
I Really failed to see when you put the cheese (?)