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This is one of my favourite savoury tarts to make. It's much like a quiche. You can add whatever vegetables you have on hand. The cheese is also optional. My father hates cheese so his cheese-free version is pictured here, too. You can also use a use store bought pie crust.
Total Time: 1 hour
Yield: 6-8 servings
Favourite? Savoury? Me thinks a bit of the Brit is showing through...and I love it, Ducky!
Your Father hates cheese probably because it tastes like cheese. Aging imparts this singular taste. Usually, the longer the cheese is aged, the stronger the cheese flavor. Google for a recipe for pot cheese made with powdered milk. Make Pops a small batch. Let him try this fresh 'cheese' on a hot roll, scone or biscuit. He may ask for seconds.
Now, to the delicious looking tart (not you, sweet cheeks, the one you cooked). I definitely will make this. You didn't say a type of mushroom. I will try Porto bello that have been marinated in a medium sherry. Now, for my question. What type flour did you use. Plain? All purpose? self rising? etc.?
Haha! Hello, Doug! I think the problem with making dad pot cheese would mean explaining to him he's eating some sort of cheese (although I still want to try it now that I've looked it up). Is there another name I could give him to make him think it's not cheese? Hard yogurt might work! He loves yogurt! ;)
You can try any mushroom, yes! This was done with morel mushrooms. And yes, that is all purpose. I have a bad habit of just saying "flour" when its plain all purpose. In fact, I never use anything else... but I should be more specific from now on. Enjoy!! :)
Actually, this stuff is pretty soft, like cream cheese at room temperature. I've made it.You can make it more firm by removing more whey. Tell Dad it's creamed curds (basically, the truth).