What you'll need:
- 2 eggs
- 3 big tablespoons of mascarpone
- 3 sheets of ready made dough (150 grams)
- 3 leeks
- blue cheese
- 2 tablespoons of olive oil
- salt and pepper to taste
Pre-heat the oven at 190 C / 375 F, and start by lining a pie tin with baking paper. Cover the thin with the dough and set aside. Heat the olive oil in a skillet and add the washed and chopped leeks until they get soft. Remove from the heat and let this cool down a bit.
In a bowl, mix the eggs, mascarpone and season this with salt and pepper. Add the leeks and give it all a good stir. Fill the pie tin with the mixture and crumble over the blue cheese. Let it bake in the preheated oven for about half an hour, or until the top has a nice golden colour. Wait for 10 minutes to cool down and remove the tart from the tin. Enjoy!
More recipes are over here. Have you made something worth sharing in the kitchen recently? I'd love to see your links in the comments below, I can always use a good recipe!
Yum! I love this type of tart!ReplyDelete
There are some new recipes I'd like to try out this weekend :)
Curious if these recipes will end up at your blog, I'm sure it will be something good!Delete
This sounds really wonderful--a nice combo of flavors. And your photographs are super!ReplyDelete
Thanks Kerry, I did make loads of them...Delete
I love tarts so much and this one is totally making me hungry:) oh yum, darling. Hope you are having a lovely day so far. xoxoReplyDelete
I love tarts too :-)Delete
Looks very tasty!ReplyDelete
To bad that i don't like cheese :(ReplyDelete
I think it would taste good too with some canned or smoked salmon.Delete
Ohh yum I love leeks! I don't eat eggs or cheese but I might try adapting this recipe a little and giving it a go, it looks really yummy for springtime! :) XReplyDelete
I'd love to read about and see your version.Delete
OH MY OH MY OH MYReplyDelete
eggs, leeks, marscarpone, bleu cheese....hello heaven. I can't believe at 2 eggs and a little marscapone makes enough for a whole tart. I am so trying this!
It's a small tart, for lunch :-)Delete
This looks delicious. It is definitely a recipe that I need to try!ReplyDelete
Jessica @ Sunny Days and Starry Nights
It was pretty tasty!Delete
Marieken, I love this recipe. I'm a big fan of leeks:D And I like cooking too. I've posted a few recipes on the blog awhile back:)ReplyDelete
I never liked leeks until a few years ago. I think I didn't really know what to do with them :-)Delete
This looks amazing and includes so many of my favorite ingredients! Thanks for sharing. :)ReplyDelete
You're welcome :-)Delete
Rocking the leek tart, M! Very perfect for a northern hemisphere spring ;)ReplyDelete
I'm still obsessed with Jamie Oliver's Egyptian Stuffed Flatbread:
Oh so good!
The flatbread looks pretty damn good! I think I've never had anything Egyptian in my kitchen, and I think that needs to change! And I like your new profile phote :-)Delete
I'm weird and don't like blue cheese, but I'm sure I could think of something to sub in! Feta might work for me. Today I put feta on zucchini "noodles" for lunch and it was fantastic!ReplyDelete
I can imagine feta cheese works out too, or maybe soft goat's cheese. Your lunch sounds very yummy!Delete
Tarts are the best!ReplyDelete
Looks delicious! Looks just like my spinach quiche. Why do your posts always make me hungry?ReplyDelete
This looks healthy and yummy! The only problem here, blue cheese is very expensive in Asian countries.ReplyDelete
I also have to say that your recipes is so worthy for a magazine feature. I hope you'll get featured someday.
Bellissime foto, mi fai venire una gran fame!!! Baci AngelichicReplyDelete