Radio Show Topics: Baking Pies, Tarts, Pastries, Breads; A Simple Recipe for Good Quiche

The Mary & Tracy Show: Food & Lifestyle Edition

by Mary Tracy Show

Topics we discussed today:

Baking Pies, Tarts, Pastries and Breads

and

A Simple Recipe for Good Quiche


Baking Pies, Tarts, Pastries and Breads

We discuss baking methods including: baking with dry and moist heat, baking in the oven and the ground, and a little bit about the history of baking.  Also, learn about the difference between sweet and savory pies, tarts and pastries, quick breads (coffee cakes, banana bread), and yeast breads (wheat, white, rye, sourdough).

 

A Simple Recipe for Good Quiche

Noreen Brown’s  “Simple Recipe for Good Quiche”:   Buy a pastry shell from the freezer section of the grocery store. Thaw and bake according to directions for a single crust pie. Grate 1/2 cup of parmesan cheese right into the cooled baked shell. Chop 1/4 cup of scallions and mix with 1 cup of cooked chicken breast, thawed frozen spinach and salt & pepper. Add to the cheese in the pastry crust. Beat 2 eggs with 1 cup of milk or cream, and add salt & pepper to taste and pour over the ingredients in the pastry crust.  Bake at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes until set and puffy.  Tune in for more info and more recipes.


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