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Post  barb53 on 26.02.12 17:32

Hi i am going to make the crustlees quiche will it be ok to us a foil flan tray in my H/O
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Post  junie on 26.02.12 18:00

Anything safe in your 'big' oven is safe in your HO, so yes it's ok, barb53. Smile

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Post  barb53 on 26.02.12 20:43

hi thank you for your reply ...... just made the quiche its tastes nice and has set well but it quite watery ? i did add mushrooms ( dry fryed ) so all the moisture came out of them before i added them to cottage cheese and egg mixture apart frm this its ok and low fat so pleased with the outcome considering it was my first attempt going to through the recipes and have a try of some those tomorrow god loves a tryer !! thanks again for your help

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Post  deniser on 27.02.12 13:02

Quiche becoming watery is usually a sign of overcooking even in a conventional oven this happens. Its the water separating from the eggs that causes it (so I have been told). I was taught to test by putting a knife in and slightly separate if solid then it is cooked. Hope I'm not telling you something you already know x

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Post  junie on 27.02.12 13:17

Hi

I find this quite difficult to get right too. It does taste good, though, and I just mop up any excess liquid with kitchen towels when serving Laughing

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Post  barb53 on 27.02.12 15:18

Hi... thanks for your reply i have made another quiche only this time i used a blender to mix the eggs cottage cheese also added a tablespoon of quark to the mixture cooked it on the lower level for 15 at 170 then removed added some grated cheese then moved Very Happy temp to 200 and used the tall tray just to brown the cheese and there was hardly any water and cooked to perfection!!! think i have cracked it !!!javascript:emoticonp('Very Happy')

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