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Preheat oven to 250 degrees C. Thaw the puff pastry seperately on the bench on it's plastic. Don't wait til they are completely thawed or they will be hard to handle. Cut each into 4 equal squares. Spray a 12 muffin tray pan with cooking spray. Shape the pastry into the muffin tins. If you are in a hurry you can leave pointy bits of pastry sticking up at the tops or trim edges for a neater looking quiche. Combine beaten eggs, milk, cream or sour cream with salt and pepper. Add bacon, onion and cheese. Spoon evenly into the pastry and cook in the oven til eggs are set and pastry is cooked and puffed. This is really a great basic recipe - I have made these many times using differing quantities of eggs, cheese, milk and the cream or sour cream. If you don't have cream (or sour cream) just use more milk. I have also made these with sliced tomato on top or sliced black olives. You could add mushrooms or capsicum. I have also added broccoli and spinach too. Use with vegies as a main meal or a Sunday snack. Also great cold and taste better the next day
These quick and easy mini quiches can be thrown together quite quickly with ingredients from the fridge and cupboard.
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jillian_cuff_3 7 months agoThe flavor was great but the oven temp was all wrong. After the recipe cook time it looked like soup. I looked to another recipe for quiche & and noted the 375 degree cooking time so I increased the oven temp & had to had extra cooking time. So try starting out with the 375 degree cook time instead of 180
JacintaH 3 years agoThe recipe didn't provide a suggested cooking time so I guessed 20 minutes - wrong! 15 minutes would be best, then I found that I had not oiled the muffin tray sufficiently enough so the overhang of pastry stuck to the top of the tray. It all ended up being messy and a little disappointing. Never mind though, it was worth the effort to learn something new.
lisa19 7 years agoThese quick and easy mini quiches can be thrown together quite quickly with ingredients from the fridge and cupboard. [I posted this recipe.]