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Classic Quiche Lorraine

Classic Quiche Lorraine

Regular price $22.90 USD
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Enjoy our Classic Quiche Lorraine at his best! 

Ready to be served, just prepare your favorite side salad and you have yourself a delicious healthy and light meal.

Available in 2 sizes

Ingredients

Bacon, Swiss cheese, heavy cream, eggs, salt, pepper in a pâte brisée (flour, butter, eggs yolks, cornstarch, water, salt).

Allergens: Dairy, Eggs, Gluten

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Indulge in the rich and savory taste of our Classic Quiche Lorraine, which is pre-cooked for your convenience. Re-heat it in the oven or simply enjoy it at room temperature. With a shelf life of about 5 days, you can savor it fresh or freeze it for a later time.

Dufour's classic Quiche Lorraine is perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner and can be served hot or cold.

Our Classic Quiche Lorraine is a versatile dish that can be enjoyed in many ways. You can try it as a quick and easy breakfast, a satisfying lunch, or a delicious dinner.

Here are some ways to savor it:

  • Enjoy it as is: Our pre-cooked quiche can be heated and served as is. You can enjoy it hot or cold, depending on your preference.
  • Pair it with a side salad: A simple side salad of greens and vinaigrette pairs perfectly with the rich and savory flavors of the Quiche Lorraine.
  • Freeze it for later: Our quiche can be frozen for up to two months, making it a convenient option for meal prep or busy days.
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Where does Quiche Lorraine come from?
Quiche Lorraine's name comes from its region, the Lorraine region of France. The dish dates back to the 16th century, but until well into the 20th century it was little known outside its region of origin and was as seldom seen in Paris as in foreign countries. As its popularity spread, nationally and internationally, the addition of cheese became commonplace, although it was criticized as inauthentic. The dish may be served hot, warm or cold.


Why is Quiche Lorraine so special?
Quiche Lorraine is special because of its unique combination of flavors and textures. The creamy custard filling is perfectly balanced by the salty bacon and nutty Gruyere cheese. The pâte brisée crust adds a buttery and flaky texture that completes the dish. In the end, it is quite a versatile dish that can be enjoyed warm or cold, and can incorporate many other ingredients like onions, tomatoes, spinach, mushrooms etc.


How do the French eat quiche?
The French typically eat quiche as a light meal or snack, often paired with a side salad. It can be served hot or cold, depending on the occasion and your preference.