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You want to make sure when cooking this recipe, don’t be tempted to open the oven door halfway through cooking as this will only deflate the quiche and not look as appetising!
Vegetarian? (Salmon & asparagus would also be just as delicious)!
4 eggs & 2 egg yolks
Cream together the unsalted butter, sugar and salt until light and well mixed, followed by adding flour and the egg yolks. Slowly add your cold water to form into a dough. You want to cover this in either cling film or baking paper to chill in the fridge. (Chill for at least an hour , or overnight for a firmer base).
Prepare your 23cm Quiche/Tart tin and find your rolling pin and baking paper! Take your pastry out of the fridge and place it between two sheets of baking paper to make it easier to roll out. Gently place the pastry into the tin and using your rolling pin, roll along the top of the Quiche tin to trim away any excess. (You can also patch with this if need be). Place your pastry back into the fridge whilst preparing your filling.
Served with a simple side salad and served straight out of the oven, it can also be eaten cold and stored up to 3 days in the fridge.