This week Matt Golinski and I show you how easy it is to prepare these individual serve D’Orsogna Deli Fresh Champagne Ham and Brie Quiches. Everyone loves quiche and this snazzied up version of quiche lorraine (ham and cheese) is one you will be adding to your baking list.
Once made these can be frozen and then thawed – ready to go for entertaining, lunch boxes, or an easy dinner (just add a side salad or baked vegetables).
Watch Matt and I cook them here for you:
1 Pt D’Orsogna Deli Fresh Champagne Ham
200gm Brie, diced
3 Sheets Shortcrust Pastry, each cut into 4 circles
4 Egg Yolks
1 Cup Cream
1 Tbs Fresh Chopped Herbs
Salt and Pepper
LETS PUT IT ALL TOGETHER
1. Lightly grease a 12 hole muffin tin and line with the pastry circles.
2. Mix together the diced ham, brie and herbs and divide between the 12 pastry shells.
3. Whisk together the eggs, yolks, cream, nutmeg and salt and pepper and fill each shell to 5mm blow the top of the pastry.
4. Bake at 160 degrees C for 25-30 minutes or until the custard is cooked and the pastry is golden.
5. Cool slightly before removing from the tins.
Freezer Friendly: freeze in zip lock bags for up to 3 months.
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This is a sponsored post, all opinions expressed are my own.
They sound just what I like to have in my freezer when unexpected friends pop in,Tasty too..The $50 voucher as you say will come in handy for buying the necessary ingrediants…Thank YouPat…xx
Love a bit of pumpkin or sundried tomato in mine!
I love making smoked salmon spinach & spring onion quiche but if some people don’t like smoked salmon have made it with ham, bacon or chicken instead. Quiches are so versatile & I vary them depending on ingredients that I have on hand. I also use many different types of cheese including tasty style or soft cheeses such as camembert or brie.
ham,cheese, eggs and spinach are my favourite fillings….
Antipasto and salami taste great made into mini quiches
I love spinach & feta!
Love a sundries tomato and spinach quiche!
Bacon, feta, sun-dried tomato
Love Bacon and cheese
These look amazing ..Can’t wait top try them!!!
Creamed corn, bacon, feta, spinach and tomato – nom nom quiche!
Ham and more ham
I love ham, mushroom & tomato quiches
Spinach, bacon and feta. Yum!
Cheese, makes everything tastier.
A spinach and bacon quiche is on a regular rotation for dinner in our house, but a treat for special occasions is quiche made with baked and flaked salmon, leek and dill.
Bacon and Egg, so yummy!
Ham is my favourite 🙂
Hi Amanda, I have a question.
The ingredients are 4 egg yolks, 2 eggs…etc
May I ask 2 eggs meaning the whole egg or?
Yes, the 2 eggs means whole 🙂
So gonna make these
Spinach, feta and sun dried tomatoe
You are so right! Everyone does love a mini quiche. I particularly like how you used nutmeg. What a great, quick and easy freezer snack too! xx