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Have you seen how gorgeous the new Bosch pastel MUM5 Kitchen Machines are? One of these would look so pretty on my kitchen counter!
Bosch shares with the Bed Love Home community, its simple, fuss free oven baked baby quiche recipe using the MUM5 Kitchen Machine, which you will see further down. This recipe is delicious and most definitely worth trying.
I’m always researching or reviewing the newest kitchen appliance and this is on the top of my favourites list. Two new models, vivid ‘Miracle Blue’ and cheerful ‘Yellow Passion’ are stylish, very cool and would fit perfectly in any style of kitchen. The new MUM5 Kitchen Machines are complemented by silver and chrome trims, appealing to both classic and contemporary kitchens. Each comes with a stainless steel bowl and accessories, including a fitted lid, continuous shredder, blender, kneading hook, beater, whisk and citrus press.
This pretty little machine has the power and versatility satisfy anyone’s need to shred, blend, knead, beat, whisk, and much more.
One of my biggest pet hates in the kitchen are ugly grey cords and bits and pieces floating around in the draw. The MUM5 has handy space-saving features include an accessory bag for attachments that can be stored in the bowl, as well as a retracting cord for easy and neat storage – so no more messy cables in the kitchen!
This little machine is definitely worth a look see.
The RRP for the Bosch MUM5 is $699.
Oven-baked small quiches with pine nuts and cherry tomatoes
90 g wheat flour
2 pinches salt
75 g cold butter
1 tsp. iced water
100 g feta
100 ml cream
1 bunch fresh thyme
2 packs cherry tomatoes
½ bunch fresh basil
2 cloves of garlic
salt and pepper
30 g pine nuts
juice of half a lemon
Preheat the oven to 200°C.
Cut the tomatoes in half and place them closely next to each other in an ovenproof dish. Cut the basil into strips and sprinkle over the tomatoes. Grate or crush the garlic and add to the tomatoes. Sprinkle with salt and freshly ground pepper.
Bake for approx. 30 min.
Cut the butter into small pieces and place in the mixing bowl together with the flour. Add salt and beat with the whisk for a few seconds until the mixture is crumbly. Add cold water and mix further until a dough begins to form. Put the pastry into a plastic bowl and leave to stand in the fridge for approx. 30 min.
Roll out the pastry. Shape it into four portions or line 4 small quiche tins with it. Bake blind for 10 min. Mix the feta in the blender together with the eggs, cream and black pepper. Break the thyme into small pieces and stir into the mixture. Pour the mixture into the quiche forms and bake for approx. 15 min. Roast the pine nuts in a dry frying pan. Garnish the quiches with pine nuts and serve with the lettuce and baked tomatoes. Drizzle a little lemon juice over the lettuce.