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BBQ Quiche!

Saturday, 2 October 2010 20:46 by nico and marie
A few weeks ago we tasted a really tasty barbecue quiche from the famous Tartes de Françoise, made out of bell peppers, bacon, mushrooms and of course barbecue sauce. We instantly thought “let’s try to make our own !”, and it was pretty damn successful ! Ingredients For 4 to 6 people: 200g of sliced bacon, or “lardons” like we call them here. 1/2 green bell pepper 1/2 red bell pepper 1 onion 6 eggs approx. 30cl of milk (I admit we didn’t measure and we checked the aspect of the omelet instead) pie crust pastry (make your own or buy it in the supermarket) barbecue sauce  The Hunt’s would have been perfect, but we no longer had this sauce. So we used a little bit of Sweet Baby Ray’s, some HP and a bit of Delhaize ! Procedures Brown the bacon in a pan (with some barbecue sauce if you want to). Drain the fat and reserve it. Cut the onion and the bell peppers into small pieces. Slice the mushrooms. Fit the crust into a pie pan. Arrange the vegetables in the crust. Put some big drops of barbecue sauce on the vegetables. Preheat the oven to 200°C. Make an omelet by whisking the eggs and milk together. Add salt & pepper, and pour it on the vegetables. Bake for 10 minutes at 200°C. Turn the oven down to 150°C and cook 25 minutes more. Serve lukewarm, not hot, and keep leftovers in the refrigerator.
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Delhaize Barbecue Grill

Tuesday, 31 March 2009 07:20 by nico
I’d seen this one several times but I wasn’t too sure about testing it. But today, I told myself “I have to do it for the blog” ! I was doubtful because the packaging really sucks, it doesn’t look like a bottle of barbecue sauce should look, that’s for sure. But if you take a closer look to the ingredients and to the colour, it seems to be a real barbecue sauce !   I opened the bottle while going back home, and its smell gives a very good first impression, it has vinegar and smoke flavours like a great one. The setting sun and the fresh barbecued smell made me instantly think of summer ! The sauce is quite thick and sticky, and I was quite pleased by its taste. Although it’s quite light, it’s still a good one to have in your fridge even if you can’t compare it to major ones like the Hunt’s and the HP Original. Quantity per bottle: 420ml Can be found in any Delhaize supermarkets in Belgium Price: 1.69€ Test passed ! Ingredients: Water, tomatoe puree (28%),sugar, brown sugar,vinegar, modified cornflour, Worcestershire sauce, salt, natural smoke flavour, citric acid, malic acid, onion powder, preservative. Contains gluten, soya, fish.   Nutrition information per 100g: Energy: 121 kcal Protein: 0.9g Carbohydrates (of which sugars): 28.2g (25g) Fat (of which saturates): 0.1g (0g) Fibre: 0g Sodium: 0.8g Salt: 2g
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