Thursday, August 22, 2013

Tomatoes and tuna quiche (quiche à la tomate et au thon).

My son told me :
"Mum, since you've got your blog, it's great because we're always eating something new !"

It was a good beginning, don't you think ?

Then he add :

"But, I don't like cooked tomatoes, you should know it ..."

And he did not eat this. One day, I'm going to feed him with suppository ! ... Don't try to stop me.

Here what you need for another kind of summer quiche :
  • 1 pastry
  • 2 tomatoes
  • 300 grams of canned tuna
  • 20 centiliters of half and half cream
  • 2 eggs
  • 3 tablespoon of mustard
  • Salt and pepper
  • Some basil
Your oven must be preheated at 180°C (350°F / Th 6).


Step 1 :
Unroll your pastry and spread out the mustard on.


Step 2 :
Crumble the tuna in.


Step 3 :
Cut your tomatoes in slices and arrange them under tuna.
Whisk eggs and cream, salt, pepper and some basil cut.


Step 5 :
Then, pour the mixture on it. And in the oven for 40 minutes.



Bon appétit !



Recapitulative :
  • 1 pastry
  • 2 tomatoes
  • 300 grams of canned tuna
  • 20 centiliters of half and half cream
  • 2 eggs
  • 3 tablespoon of mustard
  • Salt and pepper
  • Some basil
Your oven must be preheated at 180°C (350°F / Th 6).

Unroll your pastry and spread out the mustard on.

Crumble tuna in.

Cut your tomatoes in slices and arrange them under tuna.

Whisk eggs and cream, salt, pepper and some basil cut.

Then, pour the mixture on it. And in the oven for 40 minutes.

8 comments:

  1. Hi Axelle,
    Your quiche looks beautiful and delicious! If your son do not want his share, I'll be more than happy to take over! haha!

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    1. Thank you, Joyce, I feel better to know someone would like this quiche :D. Even if my daughter eats evrything, fortunatly !!

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  2. Dear Axelle, Children say things they don't mean all the time and their taste for different foods change as fast as new fashions. Smile! We have one son who ate mostly fast foods and he married a gourmet cook and now eats everything she makes and likes it, too! This is a great recipe for using tuna, thanks! love and prayers, jep

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    1. Dear jep, I hope my son will be as your son, reguarding food ! Mine is very linked to his routine. He eats one kind of yogurt each day for 10 years !!! I'm desesparate :D
      But knowing this for your son gives me some hope for the future ;)

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  3. It looks beautiful :) And easy to make. When we were kids, I remember that one of my sister's friends came to visit us, and during dinner she said "I don't like cooked tomatoes" (or something like that) and everyone in my family said "GIVE IT TO ME!!!!" because we all loved it so we wanted more! She was so surprised that she decided to keep her cooked tomatoes and tried eating it and loved it ;)

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    1. We've tried the same thing with him, but it didn't work :)
      I like your story about your friend. Did he has an heart attack seeing all of you "jumping" on her this way ? :D

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  4. Dear Axelle-Pour a nice glass of chardonnay with that and I'm there! Regards-Jamie

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    1. Oh, Jamie ... Open the bottle, I'm coming !!! :)

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