So here is a super quick and easy quiche recipe for your Saturday evening or for a quick sunday lunch you can whip out and enjoy.
The flavour I've chosen is tomato, cheese and pesto. These are some of my favourite simple flavours and we had all these things in the house. If you want to make this with different ingredients just replace them in equal measures.
Pre packed shortcrust pastry,
4 large eggs,
100g grated cheese,
1 Tablespoon green pesto.
Firstly roll your pastry out to slightly bigger than your tin. Leave a little around the top of your tin but trim the excess off.
Take a fork and stab gently into the pastry to stop it from puffing up too much in the oven.
Take your 4 eggs and add salt, pepper and some basil. Then whisk and add to your milk in a jug.
Slice your tomatoes into small chunks.
Next take a spoon of pesto and spread it across the bottom of your pastry.
Add your tomatoes and cheese on top of that.
Put your tin on a tray and pop into the oven, before you push it all the way in grab your liquids and add to the pastry until almost completely at the top.
Bake in the oven for 35-40 minutes or until the middle stops wobbling. Leave it to cool and then enjoy for lunch or dinner. This will keep in the fridge for 1 or 2 days so eat it quick.