When i wanted to make egg tart, I couldn't find the small molds so i ended up buying a set of pie-molds which comes in three different sizes. I have never used it until last weekend. I always wondered, what could I possibly make in those molds? I have to put it to use or else rugi lah beli. I googled for a pie-recipe and stumbled upon a recipe for Tuna Quiche. It looks interesting. Actually I wanted to make it 2 weekends ago but I don't have all the ingredients. Last Friday, I bought the ingredients and started making it on Saturday afternoon. Making the crust is a bit leceh because I have to roll it out and fit it in the mold.
I used the biggest mold, which is 10-inch in size I think. The crust was just nice, not too thick and not too thin. And i even have some dough left, which i kept in the freezer for future use.
These are the ingredients for the filling. It includes salt & pepper. I also added some button mushrooms, even though it was not stated in the recipe.
I kinda overlooked the recipe. It stated to mix the tuna, cheese & spring onions in a bowl, then fill in the pie-crust. The milk & eggs should be mixed separately and then poured over the cheese & tuna mixture. But what the heck. Same difference, right?
I find my quiche to be slightly salty, probably because i put in too much cheese. Next time I shall reduce the amount of salt. If you find the quiche a bit too rich to your liking, you can eat with chilli sauce. Next time, I'm gonna try chicken & mushroom quiche pulak since it is so laku. :) Or maybe I'll try something sweet pulak.