Square quiche

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Khansana

Square quiche

I have a desire - yes, strange I know, to make some small, square quiches, individual sized, with fluted edges ( I know I desire a complex thing!) for a party but cannot find any little square quiche tins. Does anyone know where I might get some? I've tried all the usual tricks on line but the only ones are tiny squares - like a cup cake size - and I wanted 4 - 5 inch square.
Maybe no one manufactures them, but then how did the tea shop ladies in the Restaurant man's programme make their cute square quiches?
Any ideas welcome. Maybe our lovely
Delia could arrange for these to be manufactured and start a trend?

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Welshcookie

Square quiche tins

Have you tried the Kitchen Shop in Bath and Cardiff? They stock everything and if you give them a ring they'll do mail order.

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Queen of Puds

Square quiche tins

Someone posted this on the Equipment thread in March if you want to check it out. This was the relevant reply:

Don't know if this is what you are after but you can get 10" square tins at Amazon. Link below

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kitchen-Craft-Master-Non-Stick-Square/dp/B000YJBFXI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1394381788&sr=8-1&keywords=10+square+baking+tin

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Welshcookie

Square tins

I saw some rectangular Kitchen Craft ones today. Try them.

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Honey

Too deep?

Perhaps this is too deep and difficult to trim the pastry to size... but this would enable to do 4 inch ones?

http://www.lakeland.co.uk/10972/Silverwood-Multisize-Foldaway-Cake-Pan

 
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