Classic Quiche Lorraine is a simple and satisfying weeknight meal and a wonderful way to repurpose that Easter ham! Below you will see the classic interpretation of this very French dish. Feel free, as I often do, to add chopped artichokes, red bell pepper, mushrooms and even a layer of spinach that has been drained very well. Serve this alongside a salad and dinner is served!
Parisian Girls Night In, A super fun night in the gorgeous gourmet kitchen at A Real Bookstore!
Thursday, April 11th 7:00-8:45 Fairview, TX
Lorie will transport you to the streets and bistros of Paris in this fun and entertaining class. Gather some friends to attend this girls night cooking experience at a Real Bookstore. Watch as all of the fabulous recipes are made before your eyes and then feast on tasty tidbits. The fun will begin with an aperitif and a tiny toast of Kir Royal. Learn how to make decidedly French fare including sumptuous Artichoke Cheese Souffle, classic and creamy Croque Monsieur, Tomato Jam served with French bread is drenched in flavor and just like in the Latin Quarter boulangeries, a gorgeous Salmon and Vegetable Tart. No Parisian tasting would be complete without a sweet finish of dreamy Dark Chocolate Truffles and precious moist Madeline’s. $32.50 972-398-9888
1 sheet puff pastry
1/3 cup fat free half and half
1 cup grated Gruyere or Swiss cheese
1 ½ cups cubed ham
¼ teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon pepper
Preheat oven to 400 degree. Unfold puff pastry sheet and using a rolling pin on a floured surface, eliminate the creases in the dough. Place the dough into a 9 inch pie plate allowing the corners to hang over. Sprinkle an even amount of cheese and ham into each tart shell. In a mixing bowl combine eggs, salt, pepper and milk and beat until well blended. Pour egg mixture into each shell. Fold the corners of the pastry over the filling and bake for 40-45 minutes or until pastry is golden brown.