Sunday, February 27, 2011

Quiche in a Cup Cake Maker.

Today   is   the  second   day  of   blogging.  Today I made mini  quiche  with   my  Mom.  We  made   bacon, onion and corn  quiche and  roast chicken.  I used the cupcake maker my friend Maddie gave me when I was in the hospital.  I think the quiche had too much flour.  I used a recipe from the edmonds cook book which used 1 cup of pancake mix and 2 cups of milk.  I think it was too much milk and flour and not enough eggs.  My family ate them though.






17 comments:

  1. Hi Matisse, you are doing great in the kitchen. Good to hear you are getting better. The Edmonds cook book is a good place to get ideas from as it is the highest selling book ever in NZ. Best wishes from the west coast of the south island New Zealand.
    Tony

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  2. My goodness, do you slave in a hot kitchen all day? Those quiches look sooooo good. Its not often that the Edmonds Cook book gets it wrong, maybe its the Americian flour, it could be different to NZ's. I noticed your cupcake maker in a photo that Dad sent - that was so nice of Maddie, and such a good present for you. I don't think Grandad has sent you a message yet - watch out he will be sending you his famous scrambled egg receipe.
    Lots of Love Gran.

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  3. wow mattise, your doing so well! :) they look so yum too :D

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  4. Awesome Matisse! I love your blog, keep up the great work... I think I need you in my household though, noone here is that keen on cooking at the moment :( We are all so glad that you are looking so great and doing the things that you love! Can't wait for more of your cooking tips. Lots of love, Trish, Angus, Sophie and George

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  5. So happy for you Matisse! You are an inspiration to us. Juliana will be going in to get her gut fixed too next month and I hope she is as strong as you are. She also loves food but is not quite old enough yet to cook. I would have choosen the calamari also as my first meal. It's my favorite! Can't wait to see what's cooking next!

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  6. Its amazing seeing you there cooking - wow Matisse you are an inspiration - your cooking looks great and i will be stealing some of your recipes and ideas

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  7. All I want to say is "Yummy, Yummy, Yummy"! I have never seen little cupcake quiche like that before...they look sooo good. Your family is very lucky to be the "taste testers". If you ever want anyone else to "taste" for you, don't forget, I'm right across the street..lol! Love ya, Janet

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  8. Yum Yum Yum...except for the bacon. Wish I was there to try one! xx

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  9. You need to start putting some recipes on your blog so we can all enjoy some of the yummy foods you have been having. I had a cooking blog for awhile but it has been neglected for quite sometime.
    www.joyofcooking.wordpress.com

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  10. Tanya Yates.. Napier..March 2, 2011 at 3:10 AM

    Gee's girl you have come along way from the Play dough bickies you use to make at Kindy!! Great to see a smile on that pretty dial of yours..
    Am well impressed with your cooking know how, I dislike cooking and am not very good at it.. except doing the odd bit of baking with Maddi..But maybe you could put up a fool proof recipe I can cook for tea???..You GO GIRL!!

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  11. Matthew is just loving seeing all of the food. There are so many things that Matthew can not eat, but he loves to look at and smell food.:)Great job matisse.

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  12. All your cooking looks so yummy matisse. good to see the good ol kiwi fish chips featuring in there too!! have you tried any nigella lawson recipes? her cupcakes are amazing and v easy to make!! keep cooking! Jaime :)

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  13. Great thoughts you got there, believe I may possibly try just some of it throughout my daily life such type cake...
    Bakery Equipment

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  14. it looks soooooooooooooooooo good im going to make that someday

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  15. congrads on your transplant read about YOU today

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  16. Lee said...
    Good for you! I live in Oklahoma - no squid on the menus here, but your idea for the quiche in cupcake pan is great. I live alone and am going to make that. Keep up the good works.

    December 13, 2011 4:40 PM

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