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Quiche Lorraine
Quiche Lorraine
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This homemade classical quiche comes from the French region Lorraine. The pie is easy and simply filled with smoked bacon, it is an open faced pie (as opposed to the typical English closed pies). A green crispy salad fits to it. You can serve it as a lighter dinner or for lunch and it is better served warm.

Ingredient List for 8 servings:
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200 gr Flour
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100 gr Butter
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100 ml Water
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1 teaspoon Baking powder
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1 teaspoon Salt

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200 gr Smoked Bacon
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3 Eggs
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200 ml Cooking cream
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1 pinch Salt
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1 pinch Pepper
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1 pinch Nutmeg

Oven temperature:
180 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Mix the butter, flour, salt, and baking powder by hand to a dough.
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Roll it out and cover the bottom and edges of a pie form with the dough. Place in the fridge for thirty minutes.
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Preheat the oven at 180 degrees Celsius.
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Fry the bacon in a frying pan, pour it in the pie form,
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Mix the eggs, cooking cream and the spices, and pour it in the pie form.
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Place the pie in the oven for fifty minutes. Take it out and serve it warm.
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