Quiche Crust | Quick Easy Recipe!


Making a buttery, flaky quiche crust from scratch is easy peasy. It takes only 10 minutes to make the dough and roll it out, then 20 minutes to get it cold and ready to bake. I'm sure you'll agree that a fabulous homemade crust is much more flavorful than a pre-made pastry crust bought from the store. Although I use a food processor for this quiche crust recipe, you can use either a stand mixer or a large mixing bowl with a wooden spoon and a pastry blender. So tie on your apron and get ready to make a buttery quiche crust that you'll be proud of!

1 Crust
All-purpose flour
Sea salt
Unsalted butter
One large egg
Ice water

Step 1: In a small mixing bowl add the egg and ice water. Whisk until combined, then set the bowl aside.

Step 2: In the bowl of a food processor, add the flour and salt. Pulse briefly to mix the...

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Making a buttery, flaky QUICHE CRUST from scratch is easy peasy. It takes only 5 simple ingredients and 10 minutes to make the dough and roll it out. Use our expert tip to chill the dough cold and have it ready to bake in 20 minutes flat. This quiche crust is flaky and delicious! #quichecrust #quichecrustrecipe #piecrust #piecrustrecipe #easycrustrecipes #easycrust #crustrecipe | confettiandbliss.com

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