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Mini Mushroom-&-Sausage Quiches

April/May 2005

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (708 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

09/28/2009
Anonymous

I made these, but I used regular ground turkey. They were pretty good, they turned out a bit watery...I think next time I will use the turkey sausage, and definately cut down on the milk. I think they were pretty easy for my first time making quiches.

Janet, San Francisco, CA

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

These were excellent! Great for breakfast or a snack. Instead of using turkey, I used smoked apple chardonney chicken sausage links from Trader Joe's.

Katie, CA

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

This is a wonderful recipe!! However, I used 7 eggs instead of eggs AND egg whites. I also mixed the pepper with the eggs so it was relatively even. The first time I made this I made it to the recipe and some had tons of pepper while others had absolutely none! I also used more than the required vegetables and sausage. Plus, I added olives. YUUUUUUUM!!!! I had to make two batches in one night!

Moriah, OK

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

These taste really good and are easy enough to make. My only problem was they really stuck in the pan. I used a nonstick pan and lots of spray but they still stuck.

BosNess, Boston, MA

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

This is definitely a great recipe. I use custard cups and egg beaters when I prepare the quiches. I freeze them and then take them out as I need them.

Kathy, Saugus, MA

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