How to make it

  • Pre-heat oven to 375F
  • Place a slice of bread on chopping board and cut circles of 5cm with a scone cutter or tea cup.
  • Spread with a thin layer of butter. Place a bread round into muffin tins, buttered side down.
  • Cut tomato in half and scoop seeds out and discard. Chop the flesh. Chop spring onions and also the bacon (scissors).
  • Combine the cheese,onion,tomato,bacon in a mixing bowl. Lightly beat the milk and eggs in a measuring jug.
  • Combine with other ingredients and then pour or spoon mixture into bread cases.
  • Bake in pre-heated oven for 10 to 15 minutes or until golden and set.
  • Leave to stand 5 minutes and lift quiches from muffin pans. Makes 12.

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  • summerhillie 11 years ago
    They sort of remind me of pizza in the sense that you can eat them hot or cold. Yes, you are correct a "rasher" is bacon. If you are interested, I have some common US to Irish terms on my web site - http: //www.after6.utvinternet.ie/html/irish-us_terms.html
    Thanks for your comments.
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  • recipesrule 11 years ago
    These would be great for breakfast, my favorite meal of the day. How are they to make ahead and reheat? Also can I assume that "rasher" is the same as slice for bacon? Thanks for the post, they look really good.
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