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Please read this quiche recipe carefully, more tips available from our user feedback at the foot of the page. Our top five suggestions below. Quiche is a versatile dish eaten cold or hot at any time of the year, it will serve as a main meal with salad or vegetables or even as a starter. If you want to make small individual quiches use a fluted pastry cutter to cut the pastry. Thought of as French (because of the name), savory flans and custards have been made in England for hundreds of years and quiche may be one of the dishes that has travelled from England to France. All the successful recipes are stored in the Recipe Directory.
This is a classic recipe for the basic quiche (Cheese and Bacon) but there are some other well established alternatives like: Cheese & Broccoli, Cheese & Onion, Cheese & Leek and Cheese & Fish.
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Preparation Time: 20 minutes
Cooking Time: 40 minutes
This Recipe Serves 4-6
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