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Super Contributor
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Has anyone tried the Aneu Kitchens quiche?  If so, could a slice be air-fried instead of using the oven for one slice? thx

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The majority of things usually cooked in an oven can be cooked in an air fryer.  

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@89135 - I haven't tried that brand of quiche, but in general, you can place a slice of quiche in an air fryer at 350 or so for about 7-8 minutes. If you cut your slice of quiche in half width-wise, the middle will heat a bit more evenly, and you can reduce the cook time to 4-5 minutes. Good luck!

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@loriqvc   Thanks for the detailed info!   Would this be from frozen? Suppose to receive mine tomorrow and anxious to try

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@89135 - I've only tried reheating refrigerated quiche, but the temperature and timing should be about the same for a slice of frozen quiche—check it around the 8-minute mark (especially in the center) to see if it needs any more time. And perhaps there will be air fryer instructions on the package when you receive it?

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I air fry is like convection. I should think you certainly could.