If you are in Paris, for visiting or for living, you should go to Café Lomi. It’s my favourite coffee place. Ok, it’s the only true one I know, but still. The coffee is quality, roasted by themselves and it’s not that expensive. It kind of changes your life to drink good coffee.
You can also eat on the spot. I recommend their chicken quiche which is just perfect for me. It’s so well seasoned, it’s tasty, generous, fresh, not too salty… Perfect. And so, after eating this jewel, I thought “I need to cook some quiche”. And that’s what I did. Try.
For 4 reasonnable stomachs :
For the shortcrust pastry :
- 300 g of flour
- 150 g of diced and softened butter
- 1/2 teaspoon of salt
- 8 cl of water
For the garnish :
- 4 eggs
- 3 tablespoons of sour cream
- 2 chicken breasts
- 1/2 red pepper (I used a whole one and it was too much)
- An onion
- A lemon
- Tikka spice blend
- Worcestershire sauce
- Olive oil
- Grated cheese
- Salt & pepper
Dice the chicken breasts and put them in a bowl. Add the desired amount of tikka spice blend, olive oil and Worcestershire sauce. Add the lemon juice and mix it all so that the chicken is well coated by the marinade.
Now, prepare the pastry. Mix the flour and the salt in a large bowl, add the butter and knead fastly until you get some kind of breadcrumbs. Quicky add the water and knead. Flatten the pastry and put it in a pie dish. Prick all over the pastry with a fork, so that it doesn’t swell when cooking. Dispose the garnish on the pastry, sprinkle with grated cheese and pour the egg & sour cream mixture.
Cook in a preheated oven at 180 degrees C (336 degrees F) for 30 minutes. Ding!
My pastry was a little white, but whatever, it wasn’t bad though. Bon appétit!