Coffee Cup Quiche
Ingredients for Coffee Cup Quiche
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How to Cook Coffee Cup Quiche
- Beat the egg and milk together with a fork, adding salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste. Tear the bagel (you can use a similar amount of French bread if preferred) into dime-size pieces (¾" - 2cm). Stir these into the egg and milk mix, add the cream cheese and stir together. Spoon the mix equally into 4 large coffee cups then tear or cut the prosciutto (or cooked ham) into small pieces and sprinkle over the top.
- Microwave on high until done (for one single coffee cup, I usually find it takes a fraction over 1 minute. With 4 cups, it's closer to 2 minutes). Garnish with mustard and fresh thyme or chives.
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If you're not a fan of creamed cheese, you can substitute mozzarella if you wish. Almost any light cheese will work.
Reviews of Coffee Cup Quiche
March 01 2015
I would never have believed I could make 4 quiches in 6 minutes, but that's how it panned out! And they're really tasty. I might use smoked salmon instead of prosciutto next time. This recipe is fun and quick and easy and a keeper!
Judith (6 reviews)
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