The lovable leek makes a splendid addition to quiche. We have loads of foolproof leek quiche recipes, all from home cooks like you.
A quick and easy veggie meal for the whole family to enjoy! Also has four of your five a day included!
When I make this leek quiche for guests, I always bake two - one with and one without ham for the vegetarians. Both versions are equally delicious, and a lovely way to enjoy leeks. Use ready-made pastry for a shortcut if desired!
A fairly fast, surprisingly good quiche -- even quiche-doubters will like it!
I never get tired of this recipe and it's just perfect served warm with a salad. You can make your own pastry case or buy a sheet of ready rolled to speed things up.
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.
Tasty lunch or supper dish that the whole family will enjoy. Try to use organic ingredients to enhance the taste of this quiche. I use spelt flour for the pastry although wholemeal flour can be used. Serve with tossed salad leaves dreseed with lemon juice and olive oil for a healthy and balanced meal.
If you love quiche but are tired of the usual fillings, here's a new idea to whet your appetite. A vibrant green layer of peppery rocket is sandwiched between sliced potatoes and leeks in a Gruyre-flavoured custard, and the crisp pastry case is speckled with hot chilli and fragrant thyme. Serve warm with a tomato and red onion salad.
Leeks, potatoes and bacon are a great flavour combination but the secret of this tasty quiche is in the way you cook the leeks - cook them over low heat so that they soften slowly and release all their sweetness. I have used puff pastry for this quiche but you could try it with shortcrust.
This vegetarian quiche made with leeks, goats cheese, fresh chives and a hint of nutmeg is possibly the best quiche ever! Serve with a crisp green salad.
A very delicious vegetarian quiche recipe, which is versatile, too. You can use feta or another type of cheese instead, if preferred!