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Old 06-27-2017, 11:01 AM   #1
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Hi everyone. Looking forward to some good cooking discussions.

Heres a start. I have made some tarts using a single cream and whole egg mixture however there is loads leftover and not sure how I can use this as I hate waste.

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Old 06-27-2017, 11:11 AM   #2
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Hi everyone. Looking forward to some good cooking discussions.

Heres a start. I have made some tarts using a single cream and whole egg mixture however there is loads leftover and not sure how I can use this as I hate waste.
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How about making a quiche? You can add any veggies and cheeses you like, and chicken or bacon, put the mixture in a crust and bake for about an hour. It's good hot or warm or cold.
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Thank you got garlic. For both a suggestion and putting my post in the correct place
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How about making a quiche? You can add any veggies and cheeses you like, and chicken or bacon, put the mixture in a crust and bake for about an hour. It's good hot or warm or cold.
That sounds good, GG. I'm thinking about trying something similar, but putting ham slices in my muffin tins and using that as a type of crust.
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My wife does that as part of her diet they turn out quite nice and that is coming from someone who isn't that big a quiche fan.
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That sounds good, GG. I'm thinking about trying something similar, but putting ham slices in my muffin tins and using that as a type of crust.
You might want to line the muffin cups with parchment rounds, to help prevent the ham from sticking.
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My wife used fry light. Altho I did some today for her and they didn't stick that badly. Fry light is good cos its a fine mist over the whole mould
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I have made some tarts using a single cream and whole egg mixture however there is loads leftover and not sure how I can use this as I hate waste.
I have the same problem when I try to fix my car!
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You might want to line the muffin cups with parchment rounds, to help prevent the ham from sticking.
Are they like the muffin liners that cupcakes are baked in?
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Are they like the muffin liners that cupcakes are baked in?
Parchment paper comes in rolls. You cut round pieces from a sheet of the roll to put in the muffin cups. Cupcake liners would work, too.
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