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Impossible Quiche



8 portion(s)


  • 3 Eggs.
  • 1 --- cup of milk
  • 125 grams Jatz or Ritz type biscuits
  • 300 grams Bacon Pieces, (Diced small)
  • 125 grams cheese, (Grated)
  • 1 onion, (Large)

Recipe's preparation

  1. Heat Oven to 180 Degrees C.

  2. Lightly oil a 20 cm square baking pan

  3. Place Jatz/Ritz Biscuit in TM, crush for 10 seconds on speed 5,  remove from TM and set aside

  4. Chop Onion 5 seconds on speed 5.  Remove and set aside

  5. Combine the eggs and milk, mix for 5 seconds on speed 5

  6. Add the crushed biscuits, chopped onion, diced bacon and grated cheese to the egg/milk mixture.  Comine the ingredients in reverse for 30 seconds on speed 2.

  7. Pour mixture into greased baking pan, place in 180 degree oven for approx. 40 minutes, or until firm and golden brown on top


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  • Nice !

    Submitted by Arti21 on 28. May 2020 - 01:23.

    Nice !

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  • This sound so yummy. I will try this for sure. A...

    Submitted by Keagan Hansen on 23. May 2020 - 15:27.

    This sound so yummy. I will try this for sure. A very easy recipe and sounds like it will taste so juicy. Will try it next week when my family comes over at my place. Now go to these guys to get help in essays to write about any topic. Thank you for sharing. Keep sharing more recipes

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  • I made the version in the

    Submitted by jamtart on 24. May 2014 - 15:50.

    I made the version in the Thermomix cookbook and it turned out revolting.  it was watery and the base was more egg like that crusty.  Any ideas what i did wrong as I followed it to the gram!

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