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Recipe: Quiche Lorraine

I love all sorts of food from all over the world but la cuisine française is definitely one of my most favorites! Lucky enough, I participated in a language exchange with a french school during my high school time! Over there, in Toul, I got to know a lovely french family and I am so happy that we are still in contact!!! During one of my visits, my exchange partner taught me how to make a typical french dish: Quiche Lorraine.

Quiche Lorraine

As my boyfriend has never tried it before, I decided to make one today for dinner. It goes perfectly with a fresh salad and a nice vinaigrette. Here is how to make Quiche Lorraine in a few simple steps:


  • Puff pastry
  • 3 eggs
  • 300ml of cream
  • 250g of bacon bits
  • grated cheese (ideally french cheese)
  • salt, pepper and french herbs


  1. Put the puff pastry in the baking tin and make some holes in the pastry with a fork so that it gets fluffy when baking later on
  2. Mix the eggs and the cream and add salt, pepper and french herbs
  3. Frie the bacon bits and place them onto the pastry
  4. Fill up the rest with the egg/cream mix
  5. Preheat the oven to 180°C
  6. Bake the quiche for around 30 minutes (baking time depends on the oven so have a look at it several times and reduce or extend baking time if necessary) until it is golden brown

Bon Appétit

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