Q: We're starting up a breakfast club at work for sign-up members only. About 16 people will participating. I have a wonderful quiche recipe that everyone loves. I'm wondering if I could make the quiche in two 8" x 8" glass baking dishes that could each be reheated separately in the microwave? (A larger dish wouldn't fit.)
I also always use a store-bought frozen crust that comes in an aluminum foil plate and it can't be reheated in a microwave. I've thought about using a glass pie dish and using phyllo for the crust. If I were to reheat this at work would the crust be too soggy? Or should I use a frozen roll out pie crust? Note: For any other occasion I might make my own crust but not for the middle of the week office thing.
Sent by Gail
Editor: I think you could use frozen roll-out pie crust and bake the quiche in your glass baking pans. I feel like that would work just fine! You might want to line the pans with parchment to make it easier to get the pieces out.
Readers, what do you think?
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