Bruce Feirstein's famous novel, “Real Men Don't Eat Quiche” satirizes the stereotypes of masculinity, hinting that quiche is women's food, among other things... but why would quiche be just for women? It is a dish for everyone, made with healthy and hearty ingredients that your body needs, whether you are a woman or a man.
This quiche is made with Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Spain, so you know it is healthy, and in line with the Mediterranean Diet. Plus it is easy to make – you don't need to be an expert chef to whip this up.
Gender labels are a thing of the past, especially in the kitchen. So forget the stereotypes and take the quiche.
To start, peel the sweet potato and slice it using a mandolin. Line a pie mold and brush it with Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Spain. Add the sweet potato, brush it with Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Spain and set it aside. Tip: The mandolin has a protector you can use to protect your fingers from getting cut.
In a bowl, add two eggs, beat and add ¼ cup of oat milk, ¼ cup of chopped walnuts and 1.75 oz. of blue cheese. Mix together and set aside.
In a pan, add two tablespoons of Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Spain, one chopped onion, salt and pepper, and sauté. Once the onion is translucent, add a bag of fresh spinach and sauté. Add two tablespoons of cream cheese and mix together. You can substitute in any of your favorite vegetables in this recipe.
Add the milk and cheese to the egg mixture, mix together and pour it over the sweet potato nest.
Finally, cook it in a preheated oven at 355ºF for 20 minutes, then broil it for 5 additional minutes.
Let it rest for 15 minutes before taking it out of the pan to eat.
Tip: the leftover sweet potato can be used to make some chips as a starter and/or appetizer. Yum!