September 22, 2008

Ivy, Here's Your Pie!

Ivy of Kopiaste is hosting Savoury Pies. Here's my entry.

spinach tartlets

Spinach Tartlets
Indonesian version view here.

1 quantity shortcrust pastry, line 6-8 tartlet tins with this pastry

3 bunches spinach (or silverbeet/Swiss Chard), remove the white parts, chopped coarsely
1 onion, finely chopped
4 cloves garlic, finely chopped
1 tsp freshly grated nutmeg
4 Tbs finely chopped celery leaves
4 eggs
1/4 cup fresh cream
salt, freshly cracked black pepper
butter to sautee

Heat the butter. Cook the onion and garlic until fragrant. Add in chopped spinach. Cook until just wilted. set aside. Whisk the eggs, add in cream, sprinkle with salt and pepper. Add in chopped celery leaves. Mix this to the spinach mixture.

Prepare 6-8 tartlet tins. Bake and once they are dry, pour in the spinach mixture. You can use cheese to sprinkle on top if you like. Bake until the egg mixture is cooked through. Enjoy warm.


Peter G said...

Nothing beats a good spinach pie Arfi...beautifully done!

Passionate About Baking said...

How gorgeous can a spinach pie get Arfi? It's perfect!! I think you'll do the world better than Popeye!!! LOL...Ivy, can I share your pie? xoxoxo Deeba

Ivy said...

Arfi hope you are feeling much better today. You did an outstanding job. This looks absolutely delicious and beautiful picture as well. Deeba, I can surely share it with you, then maybe I'll get invited to your house and eat some of your yummy stuff as well.
Arfi thanks for participating.

Yasmeen said...

Delicious! I got to buy those tartlet tins..the tartlets looks so easy to make.

Happy cook said...

Wow they looks super delicious and love the colour of the crust too.

Y said...

Yumyum! Now I know what I want for lunch!

NuKiwi said...

Absolutely lovely - the food and the photography! A sure winner by anyone's standard!

Kitchen said...

Wow simply awesome.

katiez said...

I love the addition of celery leaves... sounds fantastic!

Andrea said...

Wow, that looks amazing. I love your blog, your photography is such an inspiration! Something to aim for.