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Keto Deep Dish Sauerkraut Quiche

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© 2023 |

Homemade from scratch, this budget-friendly sauerkraut quiche makes a wonderful winter dish with bacon and boiled eggs. Delicious served as an evening meal with a warming soup, or as a light lunch with some vegetables or salads. This quiche is quick to prepare and can be served hot or cold. If you don't feel like making the pork rind pastry for this quiche, just use a regular shortbread crust or use ready-made shortcrust pastry.

  • 1x350 g Keto pastry crust
  • 4 Boiled eggs
  • 4 Large eggs
  • 150 g Bacon, cubed
  • 1 Red onion, peeled and sliced
  • 250 g Sauerkraut
  • Black pepper to taste
  • 200 g Heavy cream
  • 1 tbsp Finely chopped parsley, to garnish
  1. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Lightly grease a 20cm / 7inch springform pan. Prepare the pork rind crust and press into the bottom and 3-4cm up the sides the prepared springform pan. Chill for 30 minutes.
  2. Line the pastry case with crumpled baking paper and fill with pastry weights or some dried beans. Blind bake for 15 minutes, then take out the beans and paper and cook for another 5 minutes or until the pastry looks dry and golden.
  3. Meanwhile bring a saucepan of water to a boil over medium-high heat. Using a slotted spoon, gently lower the eggs into the pan. Cook for 6-7 minutes. Leave to cool and cut in half.
  4. Heat a skillet over a medium heat. Add in bacon cubes and cook for 2-3 minutes. Add in sliced onion and cook for a further 2-3 minute.
  5. Squeeze out the liquid from the sauerkraut in a sieve and add to the pan. Season with blac pepper, stir and cook for a few minutes. Remove from the heat, cool slightly.
  6. Spread the filling over the pre-baked pastry base. Place the halves of the boiled eggs on top.
  7. Whisk the remaining 4 eggs with the cream and a little salt and pepper. Pour the egg mixture over the filling. Bake the sauerkraut quiche for 45 minutes until golden brown.

© 2023 |

© 2023 |


Lola Martínez 15/11/23 15:04

Soy gran aficionada a las quiches, pero esta es desconocida para mi, no la he preparado nunca con esos ingredientes y por su aspecto me debe gustar mucho. Es super atractiva.

DEZMOND 15/11/23 15:57

Looks uber lecker und pretty. Most people leave sauerkraut for winter in their homes here, usually two or three big barrels, one with diced sauerkraut, one or two with whole cabbage for our national dish called sarma.
I personally do not eat it as my tummy does not like cabbagy veggies, and this mix with eggs and cream would be a death bomb for me LOOOOL During the winter I will just roast shredded sauerkraut with just a bit of oil in the oven and nothing else.

DeniseinVA 15/11/23 16:56

I love a good quiche. The idea of adding sauerkraut and boiled eggs is new to me. Sounds like wonderful additions. Thanks Angie :)

foodtravelandwine 15/11/23 18:10

I love sauerkraut!.....I have never eaten it cooked, always raw in salads or hotdogs.....I have to try it! looks delicious!!......Abrazotes, Marcela

Cooking Julia 15/11/23 18:21

How gorgeous this quiche is!!

Bill 15/11/23 18:55

It looks good but I am not a fan of sauerkraut.

Tom 15/11/23 19:29

...we enjoy quiche, they sounds good!

Food Blogger 15/11/23 19:54

Thanks for sharing the recipe.

roentare 15/11/23 22:03

Love any keto recipe for better meal experience

Raymund 15/11/23 22:13

This sauerkraut quiche sounds like a flavorful and hearty dish, especially with the addition of bacon and boiled eggs. The pork rind pastry adds a unique touch for those following a keto lifestyle.

J. S. Vila 15/11/23 22:44

This plate really seems delicious. And for me have an exotic aspect too. Ideal for lunch in the middle of the day.

MELODY JACOB 15/11/23 23:03

The food on his dish looks quite appetizing. Your recipe posts are some of my favorite things to read.

Brian's Home Blog 16/11/23 00:28

That looks amazing, I really like sauerkraut.

J.P. Alexander 16/11/23 03:20

Gracias por la receta. Te mando un beso.

Citu 16/11/23 03:21

Gracias por la receta. Te mando un beso.

Margaret D 16/11/23 04:28

That does look delicious.

Javier 16/11/23 09:44

The more recipes that you made, the more that i love!

Carol @Comfort Spring Station 16/11/23 12:23

I would have never even thought of sauerkraut in a quiche - fascinating idea

David M. Gascoigne, 16/11/23 12:51

We made quiche yesterday, but yours looks more interesting, Angie. Heads up - I will be away from my blog for the next two weeks. See you again after that!

eileeninmd 16/11/23 12:59

Hello Angi,
Your quiche looks delicious. Thanks for sharing. Take care, have a great day!

Rose world 16/11/23 13:14

Beautiful quiche. Long time didn't buy quiche from bakery.

Rainbow Evening 16/11/23 13:45

love keto dish....
thank you for sharing recipe

Paola 16/11/23 14:12

I love it. It's so perfect!that looks so good!

[Reply] 16/11/23 16:00

This is so different, I've never seen sauerkraut used in such an inventive way and the pork rind crust sounds amazing!

Vicky Cahyagi 17/11/23 05:43

Delicious food and healthy food. Success for your blog ok

2pots2cook 17/11/23 09:47

Dear Angie, I think this is the best recipe I have ever seen at your blog! Beyond words!!!!!!!

Laura. M 17/11/23 15:20

Se ve delicioso.
Un abrazo.

Minimirabelle 17/11/23 17:31

Ca a l'air trop bon, bien réconfortant et délicieux !

David 17/11/23 18:43

Angie, This sauerkraut quiche is completely different than anything I've ever seen. Like sauerkraut, love bacon, love eggs, so why not! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

tigerfish 18/11/23 02:40

Also an egg lover here and always trying to include them in my meals. It's not an apple a day, it's an egg (or two) a day :p

Anonymous 18/11/23 21:32

Judee: Gluten Free A-Z Blog- Wow this really looks impressive and my husband LOVES sauerkraut and would probably really go for this dish!! thanks

Lowcarb team member 20/11/23 22:56

Yum! I hope you saved me a piece, this looks delicious!
Many thanks for sharing the recipe ... a winner!

My good wishes.

All the best Jan

Anonymous 2/12/23 03:42

I love that you've used the eggs two different ways in the recipe. And the whole poached eggs always make a dish look more interesting and comforting. :-) ~Valentina


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