Salmon quiche is a great way to use up leftover salmon, tinned salmon or smoked salmon, and makes a hearty lunch or dinner.
As my husband and I are trying to eat more healthily these days, i have adapted a basic quiche recipe and replaced some of the ingredients with lower fat ingredients - it's just as tasty as the original, but better for you!
This recipe is ready in 30 minutes. I serve it warm with a salad on the side and eat the leftovers for lunch at the office the next day. In short, a winner!
A delicious quiche that's a bit different from the norm. The recipe calls for tinned salmon but it's a great way to use up any leftover salmon fillets.
Not for the faint hearted, this quiche loaded with salmon and full of flavour. Steam the broccoli first or use leftover broccoli.
This smoked salmon and vegetable quiche is hearty and filling with a nice combination of ingredients. Serve warm with a baked potato and salad.
This delicious and flavourful smoked salmon and onion quiche perfect is for lunch or dinner. Serve hot or cold with a salad and a baked potato.
Leeks and smoked salmon combine to create an elegant and scrumptious quiche that can be served hot or cold for a variety of occasions.
Quiche with a little bit of smoked salmon and a few figs and voila, you have a beautifully sweet and salty quiche! After I made this the first time it was requested again, so I've written down the recipe and I'm keeping it!
If "real men don't eat quiche" I don't know what that makes me. I not only eat them but bake them as well. This is a sort home sourced recipe with a continental twist. This recipe is enough for 2 quiches, one for tonight and one for the freezer.