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Cruise PV Paper wrapped quiches


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I'm still getting foodie emails from various sites and today's Tesco offering might be helpful for those of us without muffin-sized silicone cases.

Their recipe:
400g (13oz) spinach, well washed
6 large eggs
100ml (3½fl oz) skimmed milk (they didn't specify)
[STRIKE]2tbsp freshly grated Parmesan or Gruyère, plus 1tbsp extra [/STRIKE](my strike)
black pepper
2tbsp chives or parsley, finely chopped
2 thick slices ham, diced
8 cherry tomatoes, halved

Recipe facts:47p 30mins 8 servings

Cook the spinach in a dry nonstick pan over a high heat until wilted, tossing well. Squeeze dry and set aside. NB - this is important.

Preheat the oven to Gas 4, 180°C, fan160°C. Cut out eight 15cm (6in) squares of baking paper and use to line eight deep muffin moulds.

Beat eggs with milk, cheese, pepper and chives or parsley.

Scatter a little spinach and ham into all the muffin moulds. Fill each one with a little of the egg mixture and top them with two cherry tomato halves.

Bake for 12 to 15 minutes until just set. Top with the extra grated cheese.

Eat warm, or cool.

To my thinking, this would be a godsend for packed lunches etc. :)

(PS: I find the best way to squeeze the liquid out of the cooked spinach is to put it in a new J-cloth and wring it, or in a sieve and press well with a spoon.)

Original recipe with photo at Paper-wrapped quiches - Recipe - Tesco Real Food
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