Quiche is French pastry crust filled with savory egg custard made with cheese, eggs, ham, meat or vegetables. My co-worker introduced me to quiche many years ago and I have been hooked on quiche since. Quiche is something that I can eat on a daily basis, with some salad, and preferably with a serving of French onion soup. I simply adore the crumbly texture of the pastry crust and the rich, creamy, and utterly delicious filling.
If you eat out or buy from French bakeries, quiche can be quite big. That’s why I love mini quiches—miniature quiche filled with the same ingredients albeit a much smaller size. The smaller package makes mini quiches a perfect party food that everyone can just pick up and savor as a finger food, for the holiday parties.
Another bonus of being small, even the picky toddlers and eaters at your home can enjoy it. It’s packed with lots of high-energy ingredients, but more importantly, they are absolutely appetizing and I am sure that the kids will enjoy it as much as an adult this holiday season.
(Click Page 2 for the Mini Quiches Recipe)