Alicia Webster

Quiches are easy to whip up anytime, and you don’t need pastry to have one. For my family of 6 we like having mini quiches. Just chop up finely half an onion, fry with a bit of crushed garlic and oil. Place in greased muffin pans, add a bit of grated cheese. Then in a bowl or jug add eggs and milk (depends on how much you are making) For us it was 5 eggs and 1½ cups of milk. Add ½ teaspoon of salt and beat till mixed well. Then pour over onion and cheese, and baked until the tops are nicely golden. Does not take as long as one large quiche. Great with fresh salad. Also, quiches are a great way to use up veggies, especially if you find you have some cooked veggies leftover after dinner. Doesn’t take long to make and cook, and then you have already part of the next night’s dinner.