Quiche

Quiche is an open flan of a pastry case filled with a savoury mixture of milk, eggs and other ingredients, depending upon the variety, and baked.
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Quiche

French for an open custard tart.
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Quiche

A pie made of egg custard, cheese, and sometimes ham or vegetables.
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Quiche

[n] - a member of the Mayan people of south central Guatemala 2. [n] - a tart filled with rich unsweetened custard 3. [n] - the Mayan language spoken by the Quiche people
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Quiche

noun the Mayan language spoken by the Quiche
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quiche

(from the article `custard`) Savoury custards are sometimes encountered, the most notable being quiche, a French tart with a filling of custard flavoured with cheese, onions, ham ...
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Quiché

Mayan Indians living in the midwestern highlands of Guatemala. The Quiché Maya had an advanced civilization in pre-Columbian times, with a high level ... [3 related articles]
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Quiche

A custard tart filled with various meats, cheese, vegetables and seafood.
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Quiché

Quiché (kēchā') , indigenous peoples of Mayan linguistic stock, in the western highlands of Guatemala; most important group of the ancient southern Maya. The largest of the contemporary native groups of Guatemala, numbering over a million, they live principally in the region b...
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quiche

(keesh) - The word is from the German word Küchen, meaning cake. It is an open-faced pie or tart having an egg filling and a variety of other ingredients. Bread dough was traditionally used, but in modern times, pie pastry and occasionally puff pastry is commonly substituted. Today, one can find many varieties of quiche, from the original quiche L...
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Quiche

Quiche (ʃ {respell|KEESH|`}) is a savoury, open-faced pastry crust with a filling of savoury custard with cheese, meat, seafood, and/or vegetables. Quiche can be served hot or cold. It is part of French cuisine but is also popular in other countries, particularly as party food. ==Overview== ===Etymology=== The word `quiche` comes from French, ......
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Quiche

An open top pie made of eggs, milk or cream, and anything else within reach. The most famous of these is the quiche Lorraine of Alsace, made with bacon and Gruyere cheese.
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