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乳蛋饼是一个令人满意的经典。光,骐达tile, easy to make, and almost equally as easy to dress up in limitless varieties, this recipe is perfect for a simple yet satisfying weeknight dinner, a ‘make ahead’ breakfast, or even as a light centerpiece for a weekend evening spread.
These days, however, it’s easy to dismiss the quiche as drably ‘old fashioned,’ or as something plucked from the dinner tables or late luncheon gatherings of yore. The quiche doesn’t invoke thoughts or images of ‘innovation’ or ‘palate challenges.’ On the contrary, in a culinary world dominated by faux-sophistication and ‘boundary pushing,’ the quiche risks simply being overshadowed, or even looking quaint.
However, “A classic is something that retains its value in defiance of the passage of time, and in spite of the coming and going of trends,” one of my professors once attempted to define down the bizarrely universal and yet strangely difficult to define the idea of something being a ‘classic.’
In other words, certain things “Just Work,” and I would contend that the quiche fits that category. For everyday meals, with familiar flavors, or something that can turn into an easy family favorite, the basic quiche is, at least to my mind, up there with “Sunday Roast.”
Today, we’re putting a couple of twists on the standard quiche recipe and cooking process, but without increasing the difficulty. Just the opposite in fact. So now, without further delay, let’s get today’s recipe –Ham and Spring Onion Quiche。
To start things off, we begin with a 28oz bag ofGrown in Idaho Super Crispy Potato Puffs，这是现在可以在所有主要的零售商，包括停止用品，在这里你可以找到他们的权利在冷冻食品过道。现在，处理与橄榄油喷在食品加工，直到你有一个可行的混合物。然后按马铃薯加工喷成一对饼板，如下图所示。
We’re using Grown in Idaho Super Crispy Potato Puffs since these are super crispy on the outside, but tender, full and fluffy on the inside, which will give today’s crust the perfect combination of textures, along with a Real Idaho potato taste, that’s 100% grown in Idaho.
Next, in a large bowl, mix together chopped scallions, shredded mozzarella, and diced ham, with a dash of ground black pepper, and toss this mixture lightly.