Raiding the Pantry Quiche: Bacon, Cheddar & Parmesan


For lunch I decided to make a nice simple quiche with left overs in the fridge for me and my younger brother, and it turned out great with lots of flavour.

What You Need:

Shortcrust Pastry Case ( I made mine using a simple recipe which I then baked blind), 5 eggs, 300ml Milk, 5 Rashers of Bacon, 1 Onion, 200g Strong Mature Cheddar, 100g Parmesan Cheese, 1 Tomato. Salt & Pepper to season.


Preheat Oven to 160C.

Firstly whisk the eggs and milk and season well. Then chop the onion and bacon roughly and on a low heat fry on the pan to gently soften. Take half of the cheddar (grated) and put on the bottom of the pie case followed by the onions and bacon. Now top with the the rest of the cheese (Cheddar & Parmesan) and the sliced tomato. Now with the egg mixture fill (Best done on the oven shelf to stop spillage when moving) and bake for 30-40mins, until golden brown. Leave to stand before eating and eat warm or cold .





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5 responses to “Raiding the Pantry Quiche: Bacon, Cheddar & Parmesan

  1. Quiche is seriously one of the best foods. Sometimes I don’t make it for a while and I forget that. Sounds delicious!

  2. Morning! I’m in Israel now because I’m starting a master’s program at the Hebrew Uni here in Jerusalem. This city is completely amazing…I still feel like I’m floating since I’ve arrived. I put up lots of pictures of the city!

    I have to say, the pumpkin chutney you made looks so good. I’ve been craving fall so I think I’ll make it soon!

  3. Hi Michael
    Thank you for visiting my blog and the nice comment. Your blog is lovely. Did you make all these cakes? Wonderful work. Keep it up.


  4. angelcel

    I love this kind of let’s-see-what-we-got-in-the-cupboard-and-get-creative cookery. It’s usually very satisfying because it usually yields good results. (Usually)! 🙂 Can’t go wrong with a nice quiche….mmm, I’m feeling hungry!

  5. betchacanteatjustone

    I wish i could eat this for breakfast right now!! 🙂

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