2 Reviews

We don't have many things in the cupboard right now, so I was looking for a recipe that could add a little flavor to the staples we had at hand. This recope seemed just the thing. I changed a few things: I used a regular muffin pan, I didn't have Bisquick so I made a pie-style crust with flour and shortening and water. Also, I added a small layer of cheddar cheese to the bottoms of the quiches before I put the tuna in, and added some chopped cherry tomatoes and pepper. They were great. Everyone in the family ate them. Even my Fiance' who "doesn't" eat tuna. I put some Lawry's salt on each one before serving it instead of putting salt into the egg mix. I will definitely make this again!! Thank you for the recipe. I think it would probably be yummy with some crumbled bacon too. :)!

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katy.bug99 July 20, 2009

These were very tasty, the only problem was the crust. It was extremely dry and crumbly. If that could be changed, I would make these again.

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bajasbaby69 October 10, 2007
Tuna Mini Quiches