Mini Quiche

There are many variations of these floating around the web, this is just my version. And I used up what I had in the fridge, which  is one of my all time favorite things to do (as you already know). I had a bit of smoked salmon and some left over turkey rashers, and just couldn't face having them in salad or sandwich again. 

These mini quiche (tarts - call them what you will) are so easy, they store really well in the freezer and can certainly wow at any meal. They do look as though you've been slaving away in the kitchen, when in reality you've only spent ~20 minutes without breaking a sweat. The combinations are endless and only limited by your imagination. Get your little one's involved too they are so easy to make!!

I will be making a batch for Christmas, but these ones I've been having for breakfast and lunch over the last week. High in protein packed with fresh vegetables and delicious to boot. What more do you want? 

Let's get started...


#This recipe was featured in Crossed-Grain Magazine Summer 2015#

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Mini Quiche

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Ingredients
(makes ~ 8)

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These make up your basic recipe:
Mix and match to your liking:

Optional:


*These are optional, you can use whatever protein and vegetable combination you like and or available to you*. 



Preparation

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees

Break the eggs in a clean bowl and whisk together with milk and black pepper. 

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Next place your vegetable combinations in the muffin tin or other baking dish you are using. Followed by a sprinkling of grated cheese, and topped up with the egg and milk mixture.


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After my muffin cases were filled I had more of the mixture left over. I lightly oiled this ridged cake tin and add the rest of the ingredients.


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Bake in the preheated oven for 15-20 minutes till golden brown.


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Leave in the muffin case for a few minutes then remove and cool on a wire rack.


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Done! told you it was easy...



                 Bon App├ętit!!


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Till next time, EAT mindfully, DRINK responsibly, and EXERCISE your mind and body!!!








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