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    Default quiche HELP!!!

    Can someone tell me if mini quiches (pre-ordered in bulk from a bakery) for an event, can be cooked/warmed in a pie warmer?

    sorry if it's a silly question, I just have no idea about this kind of thing.

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    Yup they can wouldn't hurt to put a very small bowl of water at the bottom of the pie warmer and don't have it to hot

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    Yes as a quiche is already cooked when purchased (you will know as otherwise you will be buying raw egg).
    You just need to warm it up.

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    anyone else?

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    They're already cooked, so yes, you can heat them up in a pie warmer.

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    Mmmmm quiche * wanders off to the fridge

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    I had a pie warmer at my sons party. It was taking way to long to cook e eft thing in the oven and transfer to the pie warmer to keep warm so I e des up putting frozen pies/sausage rolls/ money bags and springs rolls in and they cooked.


 

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