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Mini Mushroom-&-Sausage Quiches

April/May 2005

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (711 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. "

87 Reviews for Mini Mushroom-&-Sausage Quiches

10/25/2009
Anonymous

I too did some switching of ingredients based on what was on hand. I used red bell pepper instead of mushrooms, fresh grated gruyere cheese, and only had 2% milk so I used less than 1 cup. Very tasty! Will make again.

Dawn, Richmond, VA

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10/21/2009
Anonymous

I thought these were great! I used vegetarian breakfast sausage links, crumbled up, in place of the turkey sausage and it was wonderful. My son did not even realize he was not eating meat. I agree with the person who said a GOOD non stick muffin pan is a must. I have an OK one and they stuck to it. Also, my muffins did take about 45 minutes to bake through...maybe because of the reduced fat from the veg sausage. Definitely a KEEPER!

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

Made it with an apple instead of mushrooms, onion instead of scallops, and cheddar instead of swiss...turned out great!

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

I'd like to see some fiber in this otherwise great receipe.

Joan Rainwater-Gish, Eureka, CA

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

I made these for breakfast and my family loved them! I used shallots instead of scallions, skim milk instead of 1% and sharp cheddar because that's what I had on hand and they turned out great. I will definately make these again and try different meat/vegetable/cheese combos.

Anonymous, Phoenix, AZ

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