What are your faves? I want to make ahead, freeze and bake day of. Thanks!!
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Interesting question, Emily - I don't have a single quiche or savory tart recipe that can be successfully frozen. I'm interested to see the responses you receive.
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I find that all the quiches I know can be frozen ahd reheated. They're best when reheated from frozen rather than thawed first. (My mom was "famous" for always having a quiche on hand.) Here's one of my most requested: http://food52.com/recipes...
CAbbage caraway quiche on epicurious!
Quinoa and kale crustless quiche.
And you can change up the cheeses, add more kale, add ham - versatile brilliant recipe.
thanks all!! SKK, have you tried freezing the quinoa/kale one?
Thanks for the recommend SKK. And yes, I've frozen it by the slice and whole with no problems whatever.
I like to make mini ones in a muffin tin, then you can reheat straight from the feezer in individual portions! Just cut out your pastry with round cutters a little bigger than the size of the muffin tin rounds.
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