Showing posts from June, 2012


These photos have been sitting in my draft folder for quite some time, I don't know why I haven't published them. The first small ones was my first attempt on making quiche. They were filled with spinach and cheddar cheese. I made them for my son who at the time refused to eat anything. He would get some carb, protein and fiber in one bite and they come in handy size. Or so I thought. He refused them too. I was the one who finished them all. Not bad.

The second quiche was made in a larger baking dish. I made this one still with spinach, plus caramelized onion and lots, lots of Parmesan cheese. That was better. The warm and gooey cheese was irresistible. My son didn't refuse it this time.

Hm, just thinking about this right now makes me want to make it again soon.
Quiche Lorraine Recipe
Caramelized Onion Quiche Recipe

Klappertaart, My Way

Yesterday I had some young coconut meat that no one would eat and I really wanted to make klappertaart out of it but didn't have all the ingredients. Plus I was too lazy to follow the original recipe so I just made my own modification. I'll write the modified recipe here for the next time laziness strikes me again.

Klappertaart The Lazy Way

330 mL fresh milk
80 g granulated sugar
15 g all-purpose flour
35 g cornstarch
1 egg
50 g butter/margarine
about 100 g young coconut meat
about 50 g raisins plus more for topping
finely ground cinnamon

Mix flour and cornstarch with 70 ml milk until well blended, set aside.
Boil the rest of milk and sugar. Add flour mix, stir until thicken. Remove from heat.
Stir in butter/margarine, mix well. Add egg, mix well. Mix in coconut meat and raisins.
Pour the batter into a 18 cm round baking dish. Sprinkle with more raisins and cinnamon. Bake until set.
Serve cold (tastes better the next day after refrigerated all night).

But y…

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