Quiche

Quiche is a kind of pie made from eggs and various fillings. This pie originates from France.

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Quiche Lorraine- what country does it come fom?

It comes from France, in a region called Lorraine.

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Can an uncooked Quiche be kept in frig overnight?

Yes X-D :-)
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What is a quiche?

a quiche is a kind of pie. It has no top and is usually filled with chese and eggs and bacon

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How do you test quiche for doneness?

Shake the quiche lightly, it should be firm around the edges with a slight wobble in the centre. Also, you can poke a table knife or a wooden skewer about a half inch deep into the centre of the quiche and remove it, it should be clean, similar to testing a cake.

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What does the word une quiche means in English?

'une quiche' is a kind of salted tart. The covering is made of egg plus other things depending of the recipe (bacon, or leeks, cheese) - this is also a slangish/familiar expression to say 'someone who doesn't know the simplest thing'.

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Quiche baked then frozen?

What kind of question is this? Please try harder. What kind of question is this? Please try harder.

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How do you freeze a spiral ham?

There is nothing special to do, wrap it in aluminum foil and put it in the freezer.

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What is the difference between a pie and quiche?

fish

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Can you put tomato in a quiche?

Yes you can put tomato in a quiche you can also put in a quiche pepper bacon tomato mushroom.

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Can I eat quiche while pregnant?

A few years ago there was a scare about salmonella and pregnant women. Nothing was ever proven.

Whilst pregnant women find it better to avoid raw egg and unpasteurised milk (and cheese made from it), quiche is made from egg that has been cooked at over 100 degrees Celsius - high enough to kill all likely germs.

So feel free to eat quiche. Just remember that egg products may cause constipation and that constipation can happen naturally in pregnancy. If you find either to be true, you may not want to combine them, for your own comfort.

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How long before a quiche spoils?

Because of the egg content I would not eat it after three day at the most.

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How long do you cook mini quiche?

Try 400°F/205°C for about 15-20 minutes

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Did quiche Lorraine originate in the French province Lorraine?

To my knowledge yes :)

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At what time do the first clock made?

1234

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What is the difference between frittata and quiche?

A quiche has a crust, whereas a frittata does not.

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How does quiche relate to a sinner in Mayan?

Qui-che' is Qui·ché (kē-chā')

n., pl. Quiché or -chés. # A member of a Mayan people of Guatemala. # The Mayan language of the Quiché.

Quiché

Indian group of the Guatemalan highlands, largest of all ethnic groups speaking a http://www.answers.com/topic/maya-languages. The Quiché Maya had an advanced civilization in pre-Columbian times. Records of their history and mythology are preserved in the http://www.answers.com/topic/popol-vuh. Traditional Quiché are agricultural. Their homes are thatched huts, and they practice weaving and pottery. Nominally Roman Catholic, they conduct traditional rituals as well. Many were killed or displaced during the Guatemalan military's counterinsurgency campaign of the early 1980s.

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Can you use cream cheese in quiche instead of half and half or cream?

I'd use milk first (skim, reduced fat)

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Who made the first robot?

the fist robot was made by a jack ms

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Can you substitute sour cream for heavy cream in quiche?

Yes you can!

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What country does the word quiche come from?

From French 'quiche' and from German Alsace Lorraine dialect 'Kuche'. Became fashionable in the 1970's as Quiche Lorraine

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When were the first eyeglasses made?

== == The ancestry of eyeglasses dates back to 4 BC, when people utilized water to magnify items for clearer viewing. The modern framed eyeglasses were known to exist as early as 1285, then referred to as "spectacles". By definition, eyeglasses are devices used to correct impaired vision, be it farsighted or nearsighted. Today, eyeglasses are prescribed lenses fitted on a frame to that rest on the bridge of your nose.


One of the first people to wear "glasses" was Roman emperor Nero. He used a carved piece of emerald to help him see lions tearing apart people in the Roman games.

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Can you eat quiches when pregnant?

Seafood, cooked or raw, may have teratogenic effects on your child due to the presence of mercury in some fish. Safe fish to eat are ones which are low in mercury. The reason it is unsafe to eat eggs when pregnant is that Salmonella may be present in the eggs, and when a woman is pregnant, her immunity ability decreases so her body will not reject the growing baby inside her. Pregnant women are then more susceptible to infection from the bacteria due to their decreased ability to fight foreign organisms. Cooked eggs are safe as long as they are cooked thoroughly. No runny eggs. Pasteurized raw eggs are safe, as in store-bought eggnog. It is advisable to stay away from seafood and eggs.

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How long can cooked ham sit at room temperature?

Ham should not sit at room temperature any longer than 2 hours. Less time is even better.

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What country does 'quiche' originate from?

France.

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Why was your quiche watery?

too much milk in filling? Temp to high on the oven, or cooked too long

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