Davidstow smoked haddock tart

Overview

Our beloved Crackler works wonderfully with robust flavours. For this recipe we’ve paired it with smoked haddock for a homely but delicious summer tart. Try adding watercress to the recipe or some smoked salmon for extra colour.

Ingredients

•    200g shortcrust pastry

•    200g Davidstow Cheddar 18 month Crackler, grated

•    150g smoked haddock, chopped

•    4 eggs, beaten

•    50g peas

•    1 leek finely chopped, sautéed

•    1 tsp chopped dill

•    100ml milk

•    150 ml double cream

•    Cracked black pepper

Recipe

1.         Press your pastry into a greased flan dish and line with baking parchment and fill with baking beans. Place in a preheated oven at 180˚C for 20 minutes to blind bake. Then remove the beans and parchment and trim the pastry edges.

2.         Combine your eggs, milk and cream in a bowl and season well. Then sprinkle your Davidstow Cheddar and haddock, cooked leeks and peas into the quiche base with some chopped dill. Pour over your egg mixture.

3.         Bake for 30 minutes or until set. Leave to cool and set further. Serve with chive flowers

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