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These were great! Dinner party guests kept asking for more. I'm not sure if I'll use so much coarse-grain mustard next time, maybe 1.5 teaspoons next time. Great recipe! Thanks for posting.
I really enjoyed this recipe, I omitted the mustard and added some herbes de provence. I was wanting for a little more egg in the tarts, it was rather doughy. I loved the sweetness the carmelized onions added, I also topped mine off with a bit of mozzarella cheese.
Great recipe! So easy to make and so very tasty. The flavours of the mustard and onion go so well in this recipe. They turned out so perfect and so tasty! I have also frozen a batch to see if they freeze well. Thanks Stardustannie I will be making these again!
Mmmm what tasty little snacks! The onion and mustard really sets things off and gives them a great unique flavour.
Onions, bacon, mustard...how could this be anything but delicious? It was very easy to make and my DH enjoyed them very much, especially since they don't have any cheese, which he doesn't like to eat. I halved the amount for 12 quiches and the amount of the filling was perfect, as was the custard. I will make these for my grandkids one day for a little picnic lunch. Thanks for a fun recipe!
These are soo yummy! The long cooking of the onions and the addition of the mustard are just delicious. I doubled the recipe and got 36 mini muffin sized quiches from the mix. I used the end of my stick blender to cut the pastry and find it the perfect size for the trays. These were the hit of the 'Mothers Day' picnic. Will definitely be keeping some of these in the freezer. Thanks Shaz.