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Mini Mushroom-&-Sausage Quiches

April/May 2005

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (589 votes)

These crustless mini quiches are like portable omelets. Turkey sausage and sauteed mushrooms keep them light and savory. Small and satisfying, they're also a good finger food for your next cocktail party.



READER'S COMMENT:
"These mini quiches were great!!! My neice Tracy made them for Thanksgiving and we all loved them. I brought some leftovers home and just ate them for breakfast. They are a perfect party snack or appetizer and healthy as well. "

85 Reviews for Mini Mushroom-&-Sausage Quiches

04/06/2012
Easy and tasty

These were very easy to pull together. The flavor combination was great, and I can see enhancing it with herbs or trading out other veggies, cheeses, or meats. Very versatile.

Fast, simple ingredients, tasty
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Anonymous wrote 2 years 32 weeks ago

Maybe it isn't fair to give a

Maybe it isn't fair to give a recipe a bad review when you start out by saying "I substituted A LOT in this recipe."

04/03/2012
Anonymous

Has anyone prepared the mix and put it in the fridge for the next day?

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01/29/2012
Anonymous
Good but too much work

I substituted A LOT in this recipe. I used bacon instead of sausage, cheddar instead of swiss, no pepper and no mushrooms. I was really excited to try this but in the end I feel stupid. I've had quiches before and they've always been delicious. I think my problem with this is that without the crust, its basically scrambled eggs with A LOT of extra work. As I sit here eating them, it is exactly like my scrambled eggs but with about 10 extra minutes or so of prep time and baked in the oven =/ I'm sure it's my own fault for not realizing it in advance, but I won't be making these again. If I wanted scrambled eggs, I'd of just mixed them together in a bowl and poured them in the pan to cook instead of everything else.

Easy, Taste
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Anonymous wrote 2 years 34 weeks ago

try silicon baking cups. Food

try silicon baking cups. Food pops right out. You can either put them in your muffin tin, or set them on a cookie sheet. And they are economical because you wash and reuse.

01/25/2012
Anonymous
Very Good Quiches

We tried to duplicate this recipe by using Jimmy Dean's Turkey Sausage Crumbles (I couldn't find turkey sausage links in my grocery store) and instead of using the eggs, we used Egg Beaters - 105 g of cholesterol seemed rather high for an otherwise healthy dish. With only those changes, this recipe was outstanding! And reheating them the next day in the microwave still tasked good.

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Anonymous wrote 26 weeks 2 days ago

I have always used egg

I have always used egg beaters and the liquid egg whites when making crustless quiches and have always had great results too! Healthier also!

01/22/2012
Anonymous
Quiche Tasty But They Stick Bad!

I substituted partially cooked broccali for the sausage, and 4-cheese shredded cheese for the swiss. I used only 3/4 cup milk since I used skim. They tasted great but 1/3 was left stuck to the bottom of my non-stick muffin pan. It isn't new but I sprayed it with olive oil. It took twice as long to cook. Any suggestions on the sticking issue? Has anyone tried the foil baking cups?

Easy, tasty, lots of options for different combos
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Anonymous wrote 2 years 30 weeks ago

olive oil burns, next time

olive oil burns, next time use a vegetable oil or line the pan with paper cups. Also, those silicone baking cups that you can buy, which i also use a lille non stick oil with work great. Everything pops right out of those

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