Let's talk quiche. Perhaps the most famous of them all is the recipe for quiche Lorraine, named so after the Lorraine region of northeast France, where it originated.
If you'd love make this French delicacy, we'd love to share our recipe for quiche Lorraine. This quiche makes an excellent option for lunch or brunch. The best part is that it can be served at room temperature, which makes it ideal to take along on picnics.
What You'll Need To Make Quiche Lorraine
At its most basic, quiche Lorraine requires just cubed ham, eggs, cream and cheese. Our version adds a few other gourmet ingredients which takes to over the top. You'll need:
A homemade crust made with just four ingredients - flour, butter, eggs, salt - makes it absolutely irresistible.
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