Servings: six to eight.
This is a great cool-weather tart. The flavors of the leeks, Savoy cabbage, and bacon go so well together, and they can also enjoy the company of a variety of cheeses, including Fontina and Stilton, besides the Gruyère. Serve this tart on its own or accompanied by a well-seasoned salad. A dollop of good homemade tomato sauce is nice with this, too.
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one of my favorite quiche recipes of all time! even the kids love this one!
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