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Feta Cheese Quiche (Rye)

Release Date: 29-11-2008
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I have a very, very delicious recipe for you, I mentioned it in my last article. Uno organized by Blogger Table The last of the breads given to us at the event (in my order of preference) was Russian rye bread. By the way, the taste of this German brown bread is still in my mouth, I made mini mini hors d'oeuvres with it, but let's not get distracted.

First of all, when I tried this bread for the first time, it was a bit dry for me, I thought to myself that I could just fry it and eat it for breakfast (honey cream would be great-a little by scratching my belly) but I couldn't help but think what can I do to make it softer and more suitable for my taste (we don't scratch it in vain). I started to question this belly, Nilay, they say in the forest it is 10 crests :) ). Then, somehow, I came up with a quiche recipe that I wanted to make for a long time, but couldn't make it (don't worry about it), I removed the flour in my recipe, instead our Russians entered the rondo and it became a piece of cake. Finally, a unique rye half Russian half Turkish quiche appeared. Now I leave you with this flourless, baking powder-free but unique flavor. Big love to you and all friends at the Blogger Table...


Ingredients for Feta Cheese Quiche (Rye) Recipe

For the dough:

4 pieces of Russian rye bread
50 g margarine
2 egg yolks

Feta Cheese Quiche

For inside:

200 gr. feta cheese
50 gr. Fresh Cheddar Cheese
4-5 sprigs of parsley
Green pepper- red pepper
Buckwheat upon request

How to Make Feta Cheese Quiche (Rye) Recipe?

Bread is cut into pieces in the rondo and placed in a large bowl (until there are no large pieces left). Add 2 egg yolks and margarine and knead until you get a dough that does not stick to the container. Wrap the dough in cling film and keep it in the refrigerator for 10-15 minutes. While the dough is freezing, white cheese and cheddar cheese are grated, peppers and parsley are thinly sliced ​​and mixed. The dough is taken out of the fridge and distributed into small sized pie cups (don't think where to find it, 6 of them can be used in my debt for 1 TL in markets and cheap markets). It is spread by hand into the tart or tartolet bowl, the cheese mixture is divided, sprinkled with black cumin, and baked in a preheated oven at 170 degrees for 25-30 minutes. is cooked. It is served warm or cold upon request.

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"Feta Cheese Quiche (Rye)10 comments for ”

  • On December 03, 2008 at 14:52

    Hello dear, thank you very much… I also follow your blog with admiration. Your souffles are amazing…


  • On December 02, 2008 at 13:35

    I've always loved creative people.

    I also have more, not only about food, but also about everything.. I congratulate you..

    There is only one word to say to the image; Superb as always.. There is only one thing to say about the taste for you again: I'm sure it's great..

    I kiss you..LOVE..Don't forget that my eyes are always on you :)

  • On December 01, 2008 at 12:07

    Thank you very much, Aslıcı, Nurkancı. love…

  • On December 01, 2008 at 08:50

    they look really beautiful, I want to do it at the first opportunity…
    Congratulations on your good idea.

  • On November 30, 2008 at 21:24 PM

    Dear Nilay, well done, they look really delicious.. You are so creative, mashallah :)

  • On November 30, 2008 at 20:48 PM

    Jasmine, I wish you could join, that's how we got to know each other, I hope we'll see you next time. When it comes to the recipe, if you increase the ingredients, it will be great in the tart mold (especially the amount of bread), be careful that the dough is thick, otherwise it will fall apart when you take it out (it is a delicate dough). love..

  • On November 30, 2008 at 20:42 PM

    I'll take my Huriyeci and ship it to you from bread :)

  • On November 30, 2008 at 16:15 PM

    it looks delicious, i'm sure tadi is the same, i stared when the view was perfect ah and i wish i could taste it :)) love you dear

  • On November 30, 2008 at 15:07 PM

    They look like something delicious, I couldn't attend the blogger table, but they said they would send me my package by mail. I am waiting for my bread with incredible curiosity, I would like to try it.


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