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Quiche In a Bun

By Mariealicerayner @MarieRynr
Quiche In a Bun 
Quiche in a Bun.  I don't know why I didn't think of this before.  I have brought you a variety of things in a bun in the past like Crusty Lasagne Buns, and Crusty Chicken Pot Pie Buns . . . both of which were simple to make and quite delicious.  Today . . .  its Quiche in a Bun!
Quiche In a Bun 
Yes, Quiche in a bun . . .  one of your favorite savoury tarts, baked in a bun.
Quiche In a Bun 
There is no faffing about with having to roll out pastry or the lining tart tins.
Quiche In a Bun 
You quite simply beat together your eggs, cheese, some cream, spring onions and crisp pancetta and pour the mixture into a hollowed out bun and bake . . .
Quiche In a Bun 
These are easy peasy and make a nice light and quick supper.  I made a salad to serve with them.  I used Gruyere cheese, but you could use whatever is your favorite cheese.  The Gruyere went well with the pancetta.
Quiche In a Bun 
These were quite simply delicious!
Quiche In a Bun 
 *Quiche in a Bun*Makes 4 servingsPrintable Recipe 
Cheesy eggs, light and fluffy baked in crisp bread buns, almost like bread crusted quiches.  Delicious! 
100g pancetta, cooked until crisp and then finely chopped4 medium crisp bread rolls5 large free range eggs, beaten85ml double cream (1/3 cup)75g of gruyere cheese, grated (2 1/2 ounces)plus 4 TBS to top3 spring onions, thinly sliced (scallions)salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
 
Preheat the oven to 180*C/350*F/ gas mark 4.  Have ready a baking tray. 
Cut a wedge into the top of each bun and hollow it out somewhat, leaving a bread border all the way around, about 1/2 inch thick.  Place onto the baking tray. 
Beat together the eggs, cream, pancetta, spring onions and gruyere cheese to combine.  Season to taste with salt and black pepper, remembering the cheese and pancetta will be a bit salty.  Divide the egg mixture between the buns. Top each with a further TBS of cheese. 
 
Bake in the pre-heated oven for 20 to 25 minutes until golden brown and the eggs are set.  Serve with some salad leaves on the side for a brunch or light lunch, or even a light supper.
Quiche In a Bun
You can make as few or as many of these as you wish, but simply increasing or decreasing the amount of ingredients.  I think they are something your family will love and the leftovers (if you have any) go well in a packed lunch to be eaten out of hand.  Bon Appetit!

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