A sophisticatedly named French dish, a quiche is a kind of pastry crust that is stuffed with custard, vegetables, meat and cheese. It is classified under the category of a French tart. The crust is crispy while the quiche is flaky. It is generally a savoury dish and can be stuffed with all things tasty. You have mini quiches which are smaller in size, compared to the large pie crust shell which is cut out give a slice of the quiche. In fact, there are quiches without a crust too. The quiche is baked till it turns golden brown and can be eaten either hot or cold. This Christmas, you can gorge on some delectable quiche recipes.
This easy-to-make quiche is crustless and gets ready in no time.
These quiche cups are baked in muffin moulds which gives them a cute appearance and are stuffed with spinach and bell peppers.
Meaty and cheesy heaven, that's the best way to define this quiche recipe.
With the goodness of twin cheese: romano and swiss, the cheese pull of this quiche will be amazing.
A great combination of spinach and cheese, these muffins are a healthier version of quiche.