This recipe size makes up to 8 x 4″ flan case sized Quiches. Use half the quantities for a smaller batch.
Quiche is nice and easy to make and almost everyone enjoys Quiche hot or cold. Eaten hot, it’s great with some baked beans and is fabulous cold as part of a salad, and can even go in lunch boxes.
We’d been sent some lovely Maw Broon’s sauces to try. As a Scottish person who grew up on the Broon’s books, the Maw Broon’s range isn’t one that I’m going to let slip through my fingers.
Two of my children love Tomato Sauce and the other loves Brown (or Broon) sauce. The verdict in this house was one of thumbs up.
My boys are usually Heinz fans only, so I was slightly apprehensive that they wouldn’t like it, but they did. There are no artificial flavourings, colourings or sweeteners, so it’s all good.
For the Quiche, it all starts with the shortcrust pastry. I’ve added the recipe for that first, and then followed it up with the cheese and tomato quiche one underneath. Enjoy. This makes for delicious quiche/flans.
2 thoughts on “Cheese and Tomato Quiche Recipe, with Maw Broon’s Sauces”
I haven’t seen those in shops yet. Do you know where they’re selling?
looks delicious! wouldn’t mind trying the sauces as well. we only ever by the usual heinz ketchups so sounds like a good alternative 🙂