Tupperware recipes are very popular, although you may never have known you were enjoying one of them.
Think back to those delicious Chocolate Lemon Tarts you ate at the last office party. They were mixed and baked in Tupperware, using a Tupperware recipe.
Slip back to last Saturday when your neighbor invited your family over for Burrito Frittatas. You didn’t know that was a Tupperware recipe either, but you enjoyed it.
Over the years, Tupperware recipes have served many guests at Tupperware parties. Then Tupperware began to publish their recipes on cards. Beverages, breads, desserts, main courses, salads, and dressings – there was a Tupperware recipe for every part of a meal.
Since all of their recipes were developed exclusively for the company, the cards have become collectors’ items, and are sometimes difficult to find. A few are available on Internet auction sites, or a Tupperware consultant may be able to help you find what you need. Tupperware recipes are also now available in cookbooks.
Two Quiche Tupperware Recipes
Tupperware recipe cards offered two quiche recipes in recent years.
1. Simply Delicious Quiche - Seq. # 4703 was among the “Taste of Tupperware Recipe Cards - Summer 2003".
2. Rice Crusted Quiche - Seq. # 4004 was featured in “Taste of Tupperware Recipe Cards – Spring Summer 2006"
Tupperware quiche recipes are simple and easy, like all Tupperware recipes, planned for completion in the time it takes to have a party. Sadly, the official recipes for quiche cannot be shared online without permission.
In lieu of those mentioned above, let me give you a quiche recipe that has been shared among Tupperware consultants.
This recipe uses the following products.
1. “Quick Shake Container": The domed seal has a hinged pour spout so you have space for mixing. A removable blender wheel blends as you shake.
2. “Thatsa Bowl": Large mixing bowl with seal
Make your Tupperware quiche as follows.
1. Into a Tupperware “QuickShake", place 4 eggs, 1 and 1 half cups of milk, a teaspoon of mustard, salt, pepper, and tarragon to taste. Shake until well-blended.
2. In a Tupperware “Thatsa Bowl", stir together 3 bacon rashes (chopped), a finely chopped medium onion, a cup grated cheese, and ½ cup of self-rising flour.
3. Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients and seal the bowl, expressing air completely. Shake well to mix.
4. Pour ingredients into any standard quiche dish, and bake at 350 degrees F for 40 minutes. If you prefer, you may microwave the quiche at 60% of power for 12 minutes.
Additional Tupperware Recipes
If you visit websites of individual Tupperware consultants, you will find many Tupperware recipes. Some consultants have posted entire “Taste of Tupperware" cookbooks for your use. Others have posted individual recipes, or created their own recipes that make good use of Tupperware products. I offer one more here, a tantalizing, quick Tupperware recipe for chicken.
Quick and Easy Lemon Pepper Chicken
This recipe uses a “Rock ‘N Serve Large Shallow" container: a special vent on this microwaveable piece lets steam escape while the seal stays on. You get even heating without splatters.
Make your Lemon Pepper Chicken as follows.
1. Coat 3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts with “Miracle Whip" and sprinkle with lemon pepper.
2. Place the chicken in a “Rock ‘N Serve Large Shallow". Microwave on a high setting for 8 or 9 minutes.
3. Let stand, covered, for 2 more minutes to finish cooking.
You will enjoy Tupperware recipes for their simplicity. You can save time and get good results, yet without sacrificing health.
As for Tupperware products – well, you probably know how they save money and time. To me, they are a great investment.
©2007, Anna Hart. Anna Hart invites you to read more of her articles about Tupperware products and services at http://www.tupperware-blog.com Anna has also posted additional information on that site about Tupperware recipes. If you are eager to get a copy of the old Tupperware recipe for cranberry mold, check in with Anna.