Quiche (noun)

A savory custard-filled pastry crust dish, typically with cheese, vegetables, and/or meat.

Origin:

From french word "quiche" from alsatian german "k├╝chen" meaning cake.

Examples:

  1. I had quiche for breakfast this morning.
  2. Quiche is a versatile dish that can be served hot or cold.
  3. The quiche was filled with bacon, cheese, and onions.
  4. I like to make quiche with lots of vegetables, like spinach and mushrooms.
  5. Quiche is a popular dish in French cuisine and often served in brunch or lunch.
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