This is a continuation of our series on using Kohlrabi in cooking. In the last segment we prepared Stuffed kohlrabi with millet and mushrooms. Now we will explore Quiche.
When you say Quiche everyone knows what they will be getting when the order it, or there abouts. Vegetarian Quiche is a specialty of chefs these days. Quiche is especially versatile because it can be served hot as a comfort food or served cold with a salad in summer.
The following series of recipes will focus on Vegetarian recipes highlighting the ways which Kohlrabi can compliment traditional dishes and be a welcome new flavor in your favorites.
Of course there is nothing wrong with the great traditions of quiche; using exquisite small goods, herbs and specialty cheeses. So if you are so inclined, spice up your Kohlrabi Quiche as you would your own recipe.
Kohlrabi is one of those veggies that makes those signature dishes even more special than they already are. Kohlrabi Quiche a great dish that is easy to prepare!
For 4 servings:
In addition: Spring or baking dish (Ø 26 cm), fat for the dish
Preparation: For the dough, mix 40 g quark with oil and 1 egg, salt, knead with flour and baking powder. Line a greased mold thinly with it, form a small edge. For the filling, cut the kohlrabi into thin sticks and spread them on the pastry base. Finely chop the garlic, cut the spring onions into fine rings, and pour both over the kohlrabi. Dice the ham, mix with the remaining eggs and quark. Season with curry, nutmeg, salt and pepper, pour over the vegetables. Bake in the oven at 160 degrees (convection) for about 60 minutes.
Per serving: about 350 kilocalories, 23 g protein, 17 g fat, 24 g carbohydrates, 5 g fiber
Tip: Serve with lettuce with cherry tomatoes and spring herbs.