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Stop-Motion Spinach Quiche

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How is spinach quiche made? This Spinach Quiche stop-motion animation makes the recipe look easy. It was created by Austria-based animator al’PoKo Film in 2010.

For the dough: 200g flour, 1 egg, and 100g butter.

And for the filling: 1kg spinach or 500g frozen spinach, 1 onion, 1 garlic clove, cherry tomatoes, and 50g parmesan. Plus 3 eggs, 100g cream cheese, and 125g cream.

Don’t forget the salt, pepper, and nutmeg.

quiche crust
quiche filling
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