Four cheeses quiche – A cheese feast for the whole family

This 4 cheeses quiche is a delicious savory pastry, characterized by its intense and defined taste.

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It’s creamy and soft, with a tender bite of gorgonzola and all of the comfort you can hope for out of a baking dish. If you love cheese and its creaminess, you will not be able to resist the goodness of this 4 cheeses quiche. A fantastic dish you can’t miss to try.
Ingredients x 6 people

-3 eggs

-100 g of gorgonzola cheese, cut in small pieces

-300 ml of double cream, cut in small pieces

-200 g of fontina cheese, cut in small pieces

-100 g of parmesan cheese, grated

-250 g of taleggio, cut in small pieces

-350 g of puff pastry

-Pepper as needed
-Salt to taste

How to prepare it

-To make the 4 cheese quiche, take a medium non stick pan and place all the cheeses with the cream, and mix well until all the cheeses are melted.

-In a separate bowl, beat the eggs and add a pinch of salt and pepper, to your taste.

-So incorporate them well into the cheese mixture and mix.

-At this point, flatten the puff pastry with a rolling pin, until you get a thin disc, with which you will line a pan greased with oil. The pan must be circular and 22 centimetres in diameter.

-Finish your 4 cheese quiche by pouring the filling into the pan and baking it at 200 ° for 45 minutes.

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