Last week in my Meal Planning Monday post I mentioned that I was going to try a dish called Flamiche which was featured in the March issue of BBC Good Food magazine. It was adapted from Paul Hollywood's book "How To Bake", which means that unfortunately is isn't available on the Good Food website but it is a flan case filled with leeks - LOTS of leeks - that have been sliced and stewed in butter until soft, then filled with the usual egg-and-cream custard and topped with sliced Camembert.
Actually as we had a miniature Cornish Brie that was at just the right point of ripeness to slice without either being chalky or running away, I used that in place of the Camembert. I always make quiche a little in advance, so we can eat it tepid, as that seems to bring out the flavour, but to our surprise although the texture was great, there wasn't a strong flavour of leeks. Yet the house had smelled wonderful all the time they were cooking. The leftovers, eaten completely cold the next day, were far tastier!