The quiche can be considered a savory version of a sweet egg custard tart. Though quiche is typically known as French fare, these types of tarts were served in England in the 1300s. A crust is common but optional, like in this recipe.

Cooking steps

Crack an Egg!

Gently crack the egg on the side of the bowl, then quickly position the egg above the bowl. Don't crack too hard or you'll make a mess!

Slice the Asparagus!

Trace the lines to slice up the Asparagus.

Slice the Mushroom!

Trace the lines to slice up the Mushroom.

Whisk the Quiche!

Drag the whisk in a circle to whisk the Quiche. Keep it moving at the right speed.

Pour the Quiche!

Tilt the container to pour the Quiche. Don't pour too fast or you'll spill!

Bake the Quiche!

Press the correct baking temperature, then press "On". Press "Off" when the meter is in the green zone. Press "Reset" if you enter the wrong temperature.