Japan Sake and Shochu Makers Association | JSS
Bring a splash of color to your table with this dish!
Quiche is a French home-style dish. Ingredients are usually added to a pie crust or pastry crust, but this time we use bell peppers instead. Spraying it with sake gives it a beautiful golden brown finish and also adds flavor.
Different colored bell peppers have different nutritional content, with red bell peppers being the richest in vitamins A, C, and E. Please try this unique quiche style using bell peppers, to add more color and nutrients to your dinner table!
|1 red bell pepper|
|1 yellow bell pepper|
|2 slices of bacon|
|1/4 of an onion|
|Oil, as needed|
|A pinch of salt and pepper|
|(A) 1 egg|
|(A) 1/4 cup of milk|
|(A) 1/2 cup of fresh cream|
|(A) 1 tablespoon of sake|
|(A) A pinch of salt and pepper|
|30g of pizza cheese|
|Sake, as needed|
|Watercress, as needed|
Cut the bell peppers in half, long wise, and remove stems and seeds. Thinly slice the bottom part of the bell peppers to make it more stable. Cut bacon into 5mm pieces and onion into thin slices.
Heat oil in a frying pan, add bacon and onion, sauté until softened and season with salt and pepper.
Place the bell peppers from (Step 1) on a baking sheet and divide (Step 2) equally among the bell peppers.
Crack the egg into the empty pan from (Step 2), add the milk, fresh cream, salt and pepper, mix well and pour over the bell peppers from (Step 3). Top with pizza cheese, spray with sake, and bake in a preheated oven at 180℃ for 15 to 20 minutes.
Serve onto plates and garnish with watercress.