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    Default How can I pre-prepare quiche?

    I'm working tomorrow so want to make a quiche today that I can just heat up tomorrow night. What would be the best way to prepare it? Should I cook it completely then just warm it on low heat, or leave it a bit jiggly in the middle and finish cooking it before I serve it?

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    I would cook completely an refrigerate. You can always warm it up.

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    Yes, just cook it completely today and reheat tomorrow.
    Last edited by ozeymumof5; 18-11-2013 at 11:36.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozeymumof5 View Post
    Yes, just cook it completely today and reheat tomorrow.
    This, quiche IMO taste better the next day I like to serve it with a salad as well

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    Awesome, thanks :-)


 

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