Ramekin or Dish?

lbainsJune 5, 2008

I am going to make a crustless quiche and want to know what the preferred method is for cooking it. Would it be a ramekin or a dish? The ramekin is a small dish/bowl for individual servings where the dish is much bigger and will make a quiche the size of a pie and then individual slices are cut and served on the plate. Thank you.

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When I have made crustless quiche in the past, I've used a pie plate which is not for individual servings. You don't want to use a casserole dish as that would be too deep.

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