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(12 Posts)
mayaknew Sat 12-Sep-15 17:10:34

Shop bought (Aldi) quiche lorraine . Want to eat it cold do I have to cook it first ?

dodobookends Sat 12-Sep-15 17:14:39

Does it say 'ready to eat' on the packaging? I'd heat it up, but then I don't like cold quiche.

mummyneedinganswers Sat 12-Sep-15 17:14:56

I ate quiche other day although I did cook mine

mayaknew Sat 12-Sep-15 17:15:53

It says "enjoy hot or cold"

mummyneedinganswers Sat 12-Sep-15 17:18:21

It's up to you really I just prefer my quiche hot and even if I was to eat cold I would cook first and then let it cool

sizethree Sat 12-Sep-15 17:33:30

I have just recently got over my quiche craving!
I too wasn't sure about the safety of eating it cold, and I contacted Tesco for a definitive answer. As long as it says 'enjoy hot or cold' or 'ready to eat', you do not need to heat it first as it has already been cooked through.
I can highly recommend the M&S ones, 3 for £6 and the pea and ham hock one is delicious.
I had quiche cravings for 3 weeks and are hand a one a day.

TreeSparrow Sat 12-Sep-15 18:29:45

I thought you weren't meant to have them cold when pregnant. You're supposed to heat it first.

TinyMonkey Sat 12-Sep-15 19:39:04

It's perfectly fine to eat, hot or cold.

cloudjumper Sat 12-Sep-15 19:52:07

Shop-bought quiches have been pre-cooked, so they are fine to eat hot or cold. If it was raw, the eggs and cream would be liquid. Enjoy!

PotteringAlong Sat 12-Sep-15 19:53:30

It's precooked! Otherwise the egg would be liquid as it's raw.

Brummiegirl15 Sat 12-Sep-15 19:54:10

Yes you can eat quiche! It would be pasteurised if sitting in a shop. Trust me, it ain't fresh!

WhatTheJeffHasGoneOnHere Sat 12-Sep-15 20:21:53

I loved quiche with dc1, dh used to regularly find a quiche stash in the fridge.

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