As the temperatures soar in the summer days, there is nothing better than an easy and tasty lunch. This dish was inspired by the famous and well-loved dish, the quiche.
The quiche Lorraine is a dish of French cuisine, a traditional recipe of Lorraine, a region to the northeast of France. It's a salty pie case covered with a mixture of cream and eggs, bacon, black pepper and nutmeg. The quiche Lorraine was usually served hot as a main dish, but lately has become popular as a cold starter or party snack.
This recipe is really just a lighter (no cream) tart filling, with some colourful vegetables and minced Quorn for those avoiding meat but who still want to enjoy some low-calorie protein. Thanks to the lack of crust in this quiche, it is also gluten-free.