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Old 01-04-2007, 08:18 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by GaArt
I used to work at a B and B, my boss would make the crust for the quiche by melting butter in the bottom of the dish, stirring in the flour and salt then just pressing the mixture into the bottom of the pan.
That's all she did and it was delicious.
I was watching a Paula Deen show today and she did something very similiar. She melted butter and then added crushed saltines and mixed it up. She placed a small portion of this "dough" into muffin tins, and then added her quiche filling. Very interesting.

I'll try your B&B version because I'm on an easy quiche search. I'm not talking about anything fancy; I'm talking about something I could bring to a covered dish occasion.

Thanks for the idea!


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