No-Stick Spring Mini Miso Quiches

How to make tarts and quiches that don’t stick to the pan plus a recipe for umami miso quiches and how to garnish them with spring produce.

No-Stick Crust, Spring Mini Miso Quiches
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I love the impressive, self contained look of a tart or quiche. The perfect thickness of crust that stands on its own with a light ruffle says refined but homemade. It creates a flat, framed canvas for toppings. In a tart, like this lemon curd tart we love, or our berry meringue tart, it could be slices of fruit or meringue. On a quiche, it could be a myriad of spring produce (it’s all about the toppings).

The main problem with quiches or tart crusts? They are hard to get out of a pan. They stick. They crumble. They break.

Except when they don’t. Truly, it comes down to the pan. You can have a mediocre store bought crust, but you need a springform style separate base and sides to your pan like these I’m using from non-stick tart pans from Gourmia.

FLAWLESS release of the crust.

While you can use your favorite quiche recipe and take inspiration from our produce styling on top, I urge you to add some miso to your blend. It’s umami, savory and gives the quiche a bit more than a strong reliance on bacon, onion and cheese.

Get the recipe for miso spring quiches on Inspired Home.

how to make no stick quiches, spring miso quiche recipe
how to make no stick quiches, spring miso quiche recipe
how to make no stick quiches, spring miso quiche recipe



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