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A baked flan or tart with a savoury filling thickened with eggs, usually eaten cold.‘I rustled up a few quiches’mass noun ‘a slice of quiche’as modifier ‘a quiche tin’
pastry, flan, tartlet, strudelView synonyms
- ‘Bake the quiches for 30-35 minutes, until the filling has puffed and the tops are lightly golden.’
- ‘Salmon and leek quiche is one of my favorite quiche recipes, which I come to crave every now and then.’
- ‘They include crab cakes, Reuben tarts, vegetable spring rolls, shrimp quiches, and smoked chicken cordon bleu appetizers, all of which can be cooked at the same time.’
- ‘On this particular sunny day, Céline had baked delicious mini crustless quiches in her new silicon mold.’
- ‘In the prepared dishes, the shop was highly commended for spinach and smoked bacon quiche and commended for beef bourgignon.’
- ‘Nuala and Antoinette, together with their friendly staff, also serve teas and coffees along with their baking, and light lunches of savoury quiches, salads and home-made soups, in a pleasant and welcoming atmosphere.’
- ‘The savory come with fillings like ham, cheese and onions and end up more like a cross between a pizza and a quiche.’
- ‘For oven meals all you need are casserole dishes in a few sizes, a roaster, some pie plates for meat pies and quiches, and pizza pans.’
- ‘Sarah makes us a spinach quiche, and Craig cooks us spaghetti and meatballs.’
- ‘Mealtime is an event, with multicourse gourmet breakfasts (cream-cheese grits, French toast, quiches or smoked sausage) included in the room rate.’
- ‘Ayrshire bacon is not only the best for breakfast, it is also good in sandwiches, quiches, pasta, salads and stews.’
- ‘The new shape makes it great for bar cookies, brownies, and cakes, tarts, or quiches that you want to cut into squares to serve a crowd.’
- ‘You can also add a couscous, pasta or rice salad, sticks of carrot or cucumber and slices of quiche or savoury tarts - the latter perhaps made with lighter filo instead of rich shortcrust pastry.’
- ‘I skipped the skillet step, and I guess what I made could be considered a crustless quiche, but calling it a frittata is much more fun.’
- ‘As well as fresh fish, organic meat and vegetables there is a wealth of special breads, cakes, pastas, sauces, quiches, vol-au-vents, hummus and much more.’
- ‘There are also soups, pizzas, salads, quiches, pasta and some desserts.’
- ‘Other Sunset Specials include egg and bacon quiche, steak sandwich, pork chop with a choice of mushroom or peppercorn sauces and even a chicken curry Madras.’
- ‘The five meals tested were cheese and tomato pizza, chicken tikka masala, steak and kidney pie, quiche Lorraine and beef lasagne.’
- ‘And they're highly versatile: You can make deviled eggs for appetizers, spike them in eggnog or make quiches, frittatas, omelets or other brunch-type party fare.’
- ‘Understandably her mind was preoccupied with things other than sausage rolls, quiches and crisps.’
French, from Alsatian dialect Küchen; related to German Kuchen ‘cake’.
1A member of a people inhabiting the western highlands of Guatemala.
- ‘He led an expedition into Maya country, allying with the Cakchiquel against the Quiché and then turning on them in campaigns whose savagery even fellow conquistadores found remarkable.’
- ‘A Spanish priest, Francisco Ximénez, translated the rarest and most sacred book of the Quiché, the Popol Vuh, in 1680.’
2mass noun The Mayan language of the Quiché, with around 800,000 speakers.
- ‘Many of the immigrant workers here in Marin county, speak Quiche and other Mayan languages.’
- ‘Guatemalan linguists have distributed a prototype for a computer program that operates in the Mayan Indian language of Quiché, a project aimed at preserving the ancient language and raising its profile worldwide.’
- ‘He did mention, however, that one of his major inspirations is the Popol Vuh, a sacred manuscript of mythic stories written in Quiché (a Guatemalan Mayan language) shortly after the Conquest.’
- ‘There are twenty-one Mayan languages spoken in Guatemala, the principal ones being Quiché, Cakchiquel, Kekchí, and Mam.’
- ‘The most widely spoken are Mam, Quiché, Kekchí, and Cakchiquel.’
Relating to the Quiché or their language.
- ‘According to Quiché legend, for example, the first four humans were made of a corn paste into which the Heart of Heaven breathed life.’
- ‘One of the latter was a visiting Quiché Maya linguist from Guatemala.’
The name in Quiché.
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