We've done a few very risky things here on dorm room delights: like cooking quesadillas in a steamer, to creating stuffed bell peppers without an oven, and now- a fully cooked quiche!
Although we were skeptical at first, our experiments ultimately have shown that it is possible to cook eggs in the bowl of a double boiler. The secret is to stir the eggs frequently so they can be exposed to the heat on the edges of the bowl. Our quiche is made by effectively scrambling eggs together with cheese, ham, and spinach. Once the eggs are almost completely cooked, the scramble is pressed into a firm, quiche-like shape. The quiche is cooked together and can be easily served on a plate as the perfect centerpiece of a high tea! Enjoy :)

1. 1 whole egg
2. 1 piece of ham, sliced up (f)
3. Light handful of sliced spinach (f)
4. Light handful of chopped cheese
5. 1 tablespoon of heavy cream

1. Beat the egg with the cream and then add the rest of the ingredients.
2. Butter the measuring cup and pour in the egg mixture. 
3. Cook over the kettle, stirring every minute, making sure to scrape the bottom and sides of the cup.
4. After five minutes, pat the egg down and leave for another five minutes. 
5. Turn the quiche onto a plate and enjoy!

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