Month: February 2016

More than basic Vegan Quiche

Last Christmas I made my very first vegan quiche! Well, if you define quiche as a baked tart with savoury filling and ‘something’ to bind it all together. That special ‘something’ is often a mixture of eggs and cream, but in this case, it is everyone’s favourite: tofu! My sister found a recipe of such a quiche here on the Dutch blog IKBENIRISNIET. So we tried and it turned out pretty nicely! I made it again at home to impress my housemates and you. That looks nice, right?! Especially the cute smaller one in the top picture. The larger one looks a bit weird. I forgot to buy pastry and ended up mosaicking with the three different types I found in the freezer. The toothpicks indicate where the spelt and the veganism begin/start. So, how to use the tofu in a quiche? Puree the tofu, before or after adding things like nice herbs and spices, and perhaps vinegar or some other liquid. Mix with nice vegetables etc. and put into an oven dish with a …