Quiche is another thing on a long list of things I’ve wanted to make for ages but never got round to. I ended up on YouTube one day watching this video, and the guy just made it look so easy that I thought I ought to try it.
It was pretty easy apart from a couple of super-sticky dough issues, and the filling came out really well – the custard part was great. I put two of my favourite things in – bacon and leek – so it couldn’t go too far wrong. Another great summery lunch.
I did a post a while back about savoury crumbles but since I’m having a big leek phase at the moment, I thought I’d do a repeat crumble post but with leek in this time. We had some leftover chicken after a big roast, so I chopped it up, mixed it with some leeks, bacon, gravy and cream, then sprinkled some crumble over the top (half butter, half flour, rubbed together until it’s crumble). Then I popped it in the oven. Simple!
And don’t be weirded out by having crumble as a savoury thing. It’s pretty great.
I saw this one in Tesco magazine and it looked all spring-like and delicious. It is SO easy to make and only takes as long as it takes to boil the pasta. Recipe here.