So anyway, here are a couple other ideas we’ve made over the past couple weeks!
1 cup milk (or cream)
1/2 cup self raising flour (or the equivalent of flour, salt and baking powder)
salt and pepper
1/2 cup grated cheese (I used a variety of cheeses, vintage cheddar, tasty, a little feta)
1 chopped red onion
Any veggies that you want, silverbeet, spinach, etc (make sure you blanch them first though.)
Coat your pie dish with a little oil and put into a hot oven until it begins to smoke a little, carefully take out of the over and pour egg mixture into the hot dish and bake at 180 deg for approx 45 mins or until golden on top and puffed up.
Another recipe that was REALLY lovely, and again REALLY easy – was inspired by the progress in the front entry way…
The slow progression from green to white reminded me of a wedding cake! No, the recipe is not a wedding cake, but it is a yummy cheesy green and white pasta bake.
This is one of those dishes that is way to easy. We had silverbeet, zucchini, green beans, and basil (as always) in the fridge and in a the garden. And with an array of cheese – yummy as!
- 500g Pasta, cooked until al dente
- a few cloves of garlic
- 1 tbsp of oil
- a good mix of green veggies, quickly blanched to give them a head start in the cooking process, this was silverbeet, zucchini, green beans and a little basil
- enough milk and flour to make a nice white sauce (I always wing this, so I can’t quite share the qty’s. Sorry)
- salt and pepper
- 1 tsp of seeded mustard
- Lots of cheese! Try different kinds of cheese too! Blue cheese can be REALLY good with mushrooms and onions. Feta can be good with kalamatta olives and basil, you get the idea.