Horseradish and Poppy Seed Quiche


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in a large bowl, mix flour, butter, milk, and salt until well
combined. wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate for one
hour. roll out large enough to overhang a buttered tart pan
by at least 1.5 inches. push dough into the pan carefully
and dock with fork tines. blind bake in a 400F oven for 25
minutes. meanwhile, mix eggs, heavy cream, poppy seeds,
and horseradish in a bowl. (when you think you've added
enough horseradish, add 25% more. trust me.) mix until
well combined and season with salt and pepper. pour egg
mixture into crust and bake until cooked through and golden.
sprinkle some grated parmesan cheese on during the last few
minutes of cooking. cool and slice.

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Anonymous said...

This looks great, it would be nice to have the amounts listed for the ingredients

P H I L said...

sort of into not using any measurements or amounts right now and just going for it. i find myself cooking this way more and more so i decided to just describe each 'recipe' in the same manner as i move through it.

Kasey said...

Sounds like a really unique combination, but I agree - with pastry, it's hard to make without knowing exact amounts. I cook similarly when it comes to other dishes, but baking is so precise...

Anonymous said...

Best recipe I've ever seen, especially with no ingredient amounts. Good job bro.