Friday, October 05, 2007

Blog neglect

Ok, so no posts in almost a week kinda sucks. And well, this post is going to be pretty boring too, at least if you're interested in mostly shiny blingy bike parts or incoherent ranting, both of which I can usually supply. Not today, though. I haven't done a recipe in a while, and I'm sure some of you are in dire need a new one to impress your girlfriends or wives, so here we go:

Walt's Pesto Spinach Quiche

Crust:
Mix 1/2c oat bran, 1/2c rolled oats, and 3/4c flour in a small bowl, then add 3 tbsp of melted butted and 1/4c hot water. Oil works if you don't have butter. Mix/knead into a moist dough, adding water if needed. Roll between 2 sheets of waxed paper until the crust is large enough for your chosen pan (preferably a round one, because square quiche is weird). Bake at 375 for 10 minutes, then pull out of the oven.

Goop:
While you're waiting for the crust to bake, mix up 6 large eggs, 1c shredded mozzarella, 1c shredded sharp cheddar, and 1/2c pesto. Mix 'em up good, like scrambled eggs, eh? Put a big handful of spinach in the pan with the crust, then pour your goop on top. Stick that sucker back in the oven and bake for 50 minutes or so. Don't use frozen spinach! Seriously, it has too much water in it.

Next post, I'll hopefully have some details about the BELT DRIVE 29er I'm building!

3 comments:

chris said...

1010 bus sat.- hey Eszter's bike is dope. Test rode it around the kitchen, hopped it off the stoop and did some laps on the pumptrack, those wheels are tacky

Nathan said...

Try some Locatelli Romano (or any sheep or goat roman) with the mozzarella next time. You can get it at any of the whole foods/wild oats, but it's kinda pricey. I know a place in Denver where you can get imported italian cheese for like, $4-5 a pound.

Ed said...

Belt drive is so yesterday....thus I am intrigued.

;-)

Ed