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Mini Mushroom-&-Sausage Quiches


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Rating: 5
by: Rob Reviewed: 12/26/2010
delicious and fairly easy
I used regular sized muffic/cupcake tins and it made exactly 12 as advertised. For the egg whites I used the packaged egg whites. My local grocery had no turkey breakfast sausages, so I used regular big turkey sausages and chose the HOT type rather than the mild. This spiced them up a lot and they were a big hit. Didn't have cooking spray for the pans and used butter and had trouble getting some of them out of the tins neatly at the end. I used baby bella mushrooms
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Rating: 4
by: R, TX Reviewed: 03/03/2010
Recipe Correction!
The Mini Mushroom-&-Sausage Quiches are very good However, the recipe makes "3 Dozen" not 1 dozen "minis"! I have made it twice..Too many mushrooms are called out should be more like 4 oz chopped finely. Swiss Cheese as needed. I also added the Sausage/mushrooms/Scallions/and Cheese separately to insure equal amounts for each mini.
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Rating: 4
by: catherine, TX Reviewed: 12/30/2009
try in mini muffins
i liked this as it was, but saw a chef making something similar in mini muffin tins. i am going to try this for new years eve snack and put everything but eggs in mini muffin pan then ladle eggs over it. maybe garnish with tiny chopped tomatoes and possibly more green onions. should be very pretty AND tasty!
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Rating: 4
by: Carolyn, LA Reviewed: 12/29/2009
Mini Mushroom & Sauage Quiches
This recipe is very easy to make. My only problem is that there are too many eggs involved. You could use 3 eggs and more cheese, not just swiss but because the turkey is seasoned slightly, the mushrooms are bland you could use a good asiago, or stilton to give it that extra punch. Too many eggs make for a better omelet not quiche...it should be cheesy and yes whereas it is easy to use the muffin pan, it would be better to stick with mini pastry shells and then bake until golden. It works well!
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