With a creamy filling and buttery pastry, quiche is a great addition to your recipe repertoire.
Be it packed into a picnic on sunny days or enjoyed fresh from the oven as a winter warmer, quiche is the perfect dish to show off seasonal ingredients. We have so many gorgeous quiche recipes to pick from, including foolproof classics and a version fit for a king… So when the pastry cravings hit, these recipes will serve you well. Dig in!
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Soft, buttery leeks add a tasty twist to a classic quiche Lorraine recipe. Using a pre-made pastry case, this recipe is really easy and packed with flavour. Serve with a simple green salad and voila – dinner is served.
This vegetarian quiche recipe is a springtime stunner – asparagus, ricotta and Cheddar cheese, all encased in wholewheat pastry with a veggie soup on the side. The epitome of homemade comfort food.
Yep, we’re making homemade gluten-free pastry! And it’s just as easy as regular pastry. This simple gluten-free quiche recipe uses smoky bacon and sweet leeks to pack a real flavour punch. It’s a delicious dinner that everyone will enjoy.
Fresh peas, broad beans and goat’s cheese make this seasonal quiche recipe extra special. Lovely and light, it’s the perfect dish to bring to an Easter gathering or pack for a picnic in the park.
Lighten up a classic quiche with filo pastry for extra crunch but fewer calories. Purple sprouting broccoli and strong Cheddar give it an extra flavour kick. So delicious.
Created for the King’s coronation, this quiche recipe is fit for royalty! Each ingredient adds something special, from wild mushrooms to Jersey Royal potatoes, plus a sprinkling of wild garlic if it’s the right season – you’re gonna love this one.
Crispy filo pastry, English mustard and plenty of cheese combine in this easy quiche recipe. A touch of red pesto finishes things off nicely, giving you an easy dinner that ticks all the boxes.
Get a tasty dinner on the table with minimal effort with Jamie’s speedy quiche traybake. Using ready-rolled filo pastry makes it the perfect weeknight family meal, and lots of lovely green veg and cheese keep it simple yet delicious.
Do you need to blind bake the pastry for a quiche?
To stop your quiche from getting soggy on the bottom, we recommend blind baking the pastry. This is because the filling is wet, so you want to protect the pastry and keep it nice and crisp.
Which kind of pastry is used for quiche?
Shortcrust is the most common pastry used for quiche. Rich shortcrust is sometimes used for its extra buttery flavour; while filo pastry is also delicious and adds something a little bit different.
Is quiche supposed to be hot or cold?
Either! You can eat it straight from the oven as a delicious warming dinner, straight from the fridge on a hot summer’s day or at room temperature, any time of year!