I made another quiche, but there’s a trick to it: I used Saba to cook the veggies. And it was simply delicious. I find quiches quick to prepare if you have some frozen dough. Saba is a syrup from grapes that is thick and sweet; it works really well with the veggies I used for this quiche (onion, mushrooms and bell peppers).
For this quiche, use the following ingredients: dough for the crust, 3-4 eggs, 4-5 mushrooms, 1 onion, 1 bell pepper, oil, salt, pepper and basil. If you don’t have Saba, use a bit of balsamic vinegar mixed with 1 tbsp of honey.
- Using your hands, press the dough into an oven dish.
- Cut onion, mushrooms and bell pepper into thin strips.
- In a frying pan, fry the onion using 1 tbsp of oil. When onion is translucent, add mushrooms and bell pepper. Add salt, pepper and basil. Add the Saba or the balsamic vinegar with honey, and mix well. Cover the pan and cook for 3-4 minutes.
- Transfer the veggies from the frying pan into the oven dish (pour any liquid from the frying pan).
- Mix 3-4 eggs thoroughly and pour them over the veggies.
- Put in the oven (350F) for 30 minutes or until the eggs turn golden.