quiche Lorraine


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quiche Lor·raine

 (lə-rān′, lô-)
n.
A quiche made with cheese and pieces of bacon.

[French, after Lorraine.]
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Noun1.quiche Lorraine - quiche made with cheese and bacon
quiche - a tart filled with rich unsweetened custard; often contains other ingredients (as cheese or ham or seafood or vegetables)
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It shows quiche Lorraine, which we cannot sell in Bahrain or other GCC countries (because it contains pork).
CO-OP The Co-operative quiche Lorraine, 400g was pounds 2.
This particular recipe was a spinoff from the traditional Quiche Lorraine in Julia Child's "Mastering The Art of French Cooking," and the part that piqued my interest had to do with the onions.
But for those who felt a bit peckish there was quiche lorraine in abundance, deep fried spring rolls and lots of bottles of supermarket Champagne.
CRUMBS is a new range of pies, pasties and twisters which includes old school favourites such as quiche Lorraine and contemporary flavours such as butternut squash and spiced chicken, ham hock and cheese and wilted spinach with Emmental and ricotta.
Morrisons The Best Quiche Lorraine, 400g, pounds 1.
Escargots, baked brie with herbs, pate du jour, croque madame and monsieur sandwiches, quiche lorraine, chopped steak (various ways) and the Grand Marnier souffle are recommended.
From Quiche Lorraine and Chicken Liver Pate to Salmon Pasta Gratin and Beef Curry, dishes are easy one-page affairs often paired with color photos, inviting novices to try the easy dishes.
There was no scrambled egg for breakfast, no pies to go with our chips and malt vinegar on a Saturday, no Quiche Lorraine for days out, no Yorkshire pudding with our dinners, no hard-boiled eggs in our summer salads and no Christmas cake at Christmas.
More protein is better, and anything erring on the fat side at more than a 1:1 ratio, such as quiche lorraine (and, to be fair, McDonald's fries and Filet-O-Fish), is on the do-not-eat list.
They come in many flavors beside the Quiche Lorraine so well known abroad, and are far from the only component of the "tartes salees" segment to which they belong.