Corn quiche Lorraine: Guestworthy for lunch or supper!
Quiche is a baked custard pie or tart said to have originated in Lorraine, a province of eastern France. Lorraine borders on Germany, and the word quiche is derived from the French-German dialect spoken in these regions. It can be traced back to the German word for cake, “kuchen.”
Quiche Lorraine is one made with eggs, bacon, cheese and cream, baked in a pastry shell. It is always eaten as hot as possible.
Any variety of quiche makes an excellent luncheon or supper dish, or cut into thinner wedges or make quiche miniatures and serve hot as hors d’oeuvres.
Del Monte Cream Style Corn extends a hearty welcome. Smooth, rich corn cream. Lots of tender golden kernels. A satisfying value always.