These minature quiches are so simple to make since there's no pastry - great for a party.
This delicious vegetarian pâté tastes great on toast. Serve on crostini for a colourful party nibble.
This colourful vegetable tart combines classic flavours of Provence – peppers, courgettes, tomatoes, garlic and fresh herbs – with piquant feta cheese in a crisp, olive oil pastry case. See separate recipe for shortcrust pastry on this site and follow recipe for olive oil pastry in the note section of "see more ideas". The tart can be served hot or cold, and would be lovely for a summer picnic or alfresco lunch in the garden.
A little spice can turn a few everyday ingredients into something special. This simple, satisfying dish provides a wealth of vital vitamins and minerals and the right balance of essential protein and fibre. Serve with basmati rice and/or warm naan bread for plenty of energy-giving starchy carbohydrate.
This dish is a Provençal-style marriage between a light, cheesy soufflé topping and a flavoursome stew of Mediterranean vegetables. Serve for a summer lunch with crusty bread and a green salad.
Fibre- and potassium-rich celeriac adds a creamy flavour to this elegant, light dish. The Stilton creates a sharp, tangy contrast.
Adding a perfectly poached egg to each bowl transforms this simple soup into a nutritious, wholesome meal.
Use new season's potatoes and asparagus to make this Italian-style omelette and serve it for a light lunch or supper with salad.
Easy to store and prepare, eggs are the ultimate convenient super-food. This nutritious salad is wonderful served with warm ciabatta.
This Chinese restaurant favourite is easy to prepare at home. Feel free to add other meats or vegetables to your liking.
Pajeon is a traditional Korean pancake which is served as a starter. It is a savoury pancake which one eats with a soy sauce and rice vinegar dipping sauce.
can add seasoning to taste to make recipe really healthy .
My mother created the ultimate basic quiche recipe . . . almost anything can be added to make this basic quiche conform to your tastes, or it can be left plain for those with simple tastes.
Pesto, goat's cheese and sun-dried tomatoes come together in this quiche that I created myself. This is a perfect combination of flavours that will make you appear like a chef when you serve this plate to your friends.
This vegetarian quiche is made without pastry and so is also gluten free. It's packed full of vegetables and doesn't contain many carbohydrates, either. A fantastic dish to make when you are looking for a tasty meatfree main.
This broccoli quiche is perfect for dinner, and super easy to prepare. The cheese you use is up to you - Gruyere, Cheddar, feta, Emmental all work a treat. Serve this quiche with a green salad.
If you use a ready made dough, this quiche will be ready in no time. I often make quiches because I like to have one in the fridge. It's perfect for snacking during the day. This quiche can be served hot or cold.
Another of the recipes I seem to have had since the year dot. A lovely starter that is both economical and easy to make. To make this a Gluten-free version just substitute the flour with a GF one.
This is my recipe for a basic mushroom quiche with home made short crust pastry. It takes about an hour (ish) to bake from scratch including making the pastry.
The pastry will be enough for a large flan dish or two of those disposable foil ones (as per the picture).
Obviously you can substitute the mushrooms and onions for the filling of your choice and skip the pastry making steps if you are using a ready made case.
This has been a family favourite for years. Even my meat eating stepdad loves it. You can change the veg in this for anything you want - my mum used to use cauliflower instead of broccoli. The quantities can easily be changed too, this serves two greedy people, or 3-4 people with small appetites.