PARTNER POST – Get creative with any of Castello’s uniquely crafted cheeses. Click here for a $1 off coupon to create your own gourmet masterpiece.
This quiche is flavorful and creamy with a spicy kick and densely loaded with vegetables. Serve as a hearty brunch with vibrant flavors.
By Tina Wong
Castello Cheese is an historical cheese brand that started in 1893 and they create more than 40 different types of delicious cheeses. Havarti cheese is a Danish-style cow’s milk cheese that is a mild, semi-soft and creamy and this flavor has the addition of jalapeño to give it a spicy kick.
I came up with the jalapeño havarti cheese and cauliflower crustless quiche to feature the cheese. It’s an adaptation from Yotam Ottolenghi’s cauliflower cake from his recent book, “Plenty More.” I’ve chosen this recipe since most of us Americans have for the past year, been swooning over the exotic spices and vibrant flavors of Middle Eastern food that Mr. Ottolenghi introduced to us.
I thought of adding some robust flavors to this quiche and incorporating the slightly spicy havarti to make the recipe creamier and have some heat.
This quiche is flavorful and densely loaded with vegetables and cheese that will certainly be a meal in itself, just serve it with a side salad and you’re all set.
Get creative with any of Castello’s uniquely crafted cheeses. Click here for a $1 off coupon to create your own gourmet masterpiece.
My name is Tina Wong. I am the founding editor of The Wandering Eater, started in 2006. I work in the health care industry with a Master’s degree. A native New Yorker who loves to eat, bake, and occasionally cook, and travel almost always with my dSLR on hand. I’m a self-described chocolate hedonist, coffee snob, adventurous eater, and a very experienced home and cook baker.