I like little quiches and I can never ever be bothered to deal with pastry in the morning. I have been making little mini quiches in little mini muffin tins for about a hundred years. when I got my pressure cookers a few years ago, I went through a phase of seeing what I could cook in little jars in the pressure cooker. The list was LONG and basically I haven't had any failures yet. I started making quiche in these little jars a few years back and never thought they were particularly recipe worthy or video worthy. A friend asked me if I would please do a recipe and a video so here it is.
You don't need any fancy equipment. I use these little 4 oz jars but you can use ramekins or whatever little vessels you have NO need for any high ticket items. I do own some silicone mini holder things that work fine but I think I actually prefer the little jars for cooking, storing, cleaning and just I may be a card carrying little jar addict.
TRACY'S MINI CRUST-LESS QUICHE
IN LITTLE JARS; IN THE PRESSURE COOKER
salt, pepper, herbs if you like
any other item you like in a quiche
anything from the garden
anything from the freezer
anything from the pantry
truly, the list is endless, use what you like.
Butter jars or ramekins well. Half fill them loosely with whatever filling you like. Fill the jars with eggs (one per jar/ramekin) and some milk mixed with salt, pepper and herbs if you like.
Place jars, uncovered, on trivet in pressure cooker over TWO CUPS of water.
LOCK AND LOAD on HIGH pressure for 8 minutes, leave for 3 minutes after timer stops.
Release remaining pressure, remove to rack (with tongs!) and allow to cool before covering and storing. OR run a knife around the edge, and tip out onto a plate and eat eat eat
Here's the video, these are so easy, seriously, just go make these