Looking for the best quiche recipe? Want a new savoury tart idea? Try our easy ideas for mini savoury tarts, crustless quiches and vegetarian tarts. Plus, we have the best quick lorraine recipe to make for your next lunch date…
Take your quiche Lorriane to the next level with our ultimate recipe packed with crispy pancetta and wilted green veggies. It serves six, so you can enjoy what’s left with a green salad the next day.
Looking for an easy veggie main to serve guests over the festive season? Check out our impressive roots tatin with crispy puff pastry and creamy three-cheese sauce.
Check out this vibrant tomato tart with moreish olive-oil pastry. Olive oil pastry can be a bit crumbly to work with but just patch up any holes with extra pastry. It cooks to a much paler colour than classic butter pastry yet the finished texture is lovely and flaky.
A really good quiche is more about what you leave out than put in. Purists would be against including the gruyère (or even the pancetta) but we think it gives an extra richness. Freeze your leftover egg whites.
Try our easy vegetarian tart recipe, topped with vibrant tomatoes and asparagus. This summer tart recipe is great for an easy vegetarian entertaining idea.
Check out this super easy tomato tart recipe with flaky puff pastry, creamy ricotta and fresh basil. Serve with salad for a simple veggie midweek meal.
Check out our super simple vegetarian pesto and potato tart. This family-friendly recipe uses ready-rolled pastry, so you’ll have dinner on the table in no time. Plus, it’s low in calories, too.
Check out this shallot tarte tatin, a savoury twist on this classic recipe. This impressive looking dish makes for a great veggie main the whole family will love.
This chicory and dolcelatte tart makes a great veggie centrepiece – the sweetness of the honey works well with the bitter edge of chicory. Plus, it’s ready in under an hour and is low-calorie.
This recipe for honeyed fig and curd cheese tart is easy and ready in under an hour. Use cow or goat’s curd for this. Both are young and fresh but the goat’s curd will give you more of a tang. More ideas for using figs here…
A simple goat’s cheese recipe that tastes as good as it looks. Whip up this impressive looking tart for a night with friends at your next dinner party.
This trout and broad bean filo tart is easy to make, packed full of fresh spring flavours and low-cal – perfect if you’re on the 5:2 diet.
This recipe for a ham, egg and asparagus tart is a great option for a midweek meal for the family, or to make for a picnic in the summer. English asparagus is in season from 24 April until mid-June.
These individual squash, kale, caramelised onion and feta tarts are really easy to make but look impressive and are packed full of flavour. We love the salty feta with the sweet squash and onion.
Ready in under 20 minutes and packed with the taste of spring, these puff pastry treats make an easy dinner party starter your guests will love.
Berkswell is a hard, ewe’s milk cheese with a slight tang that goes really well in creamy gratins and tarts. It’s a perfect partner for Cornish crab.
These individual courgetti, ricotta and tarragon tarts are really easy to make, look fantastic and, most importantly, taste delicious. If you don’t have a spiralizer, use a julienne peeler instead.
This crustless hot-smoked salmon and broccoli quiche is ready in under an hour and under 300 calories – perfect for the 5:2 diet.
This is a great, easy-to-make veggie option. Serve as a snack or a main with a green salad.
Enjoy the taste of artisan Stichelton in this delicious tart. Matured for four months to develop a soft, creamy texture, this cheese adds a wonderful flavour to this simple, yet tasty meal.
These easy egg and bacon tarts can be made in just 30 minutes with a handful of ingredients – perfect for midweek.
This beetroot, feta and thyme tart looks amazing and tastes delicious, too. It requires a bit of time, but the recipe itself is really easy. It’s vegetarian, and serves six, so it’s perfect for summer entertaining.
This is a great alternative way to use smoked haddock. Pair it with dill in this tart and you have a quick and easy supper for four that’s under 500 calories.
Onion tarte tatin is hugely fashionable, but this tart is more old-school – almost a quiche, with long strands of just-caramelised onion in an unctuous savoury custard. We love it. It matches really well with an off-dry pinot gris from Alsace or nebbiolo, the barolo grape from northern Italy.
This easy, cheesy spinach and fontina tart is a great vegetarian centerpiece, just make sure you check the fontina packaging to ensure it’s made with vegetarian rennet.