Monday, October 11, 2010

Salmon Carrot Quiche

Buying cheap sometimes mean that I am left to deal with the leftovers. At one point, I wasn't quite sure what to do with the remaining 5 pieces of puff pastry in the freezer.




Given that I'm frequently bringing sweet items to gatherings, I decided to bring something savory instead.

This quiche is certainly more eggy than the usual one you will have. I added some seeded mustard and it was beautiful. Carrots to make me feel like I am consuming 1 more serve of veges. What I like about this is the crisp pastry together with the eggyness wants you to have about! Abit like the savory version of egg tart. LOL It's quick to do too which is always a bonus.


Salmon Carrot Quiche
1 sheet of puff pastry
50 grams of smoked salmon
4 eggs
1/2 cup of Bega low fat cheese
1/2 cup of milk (Soy milk)
1 tsp of seeded mustard
1 shredded carrot
seasoning

Defrost pastry. Preheat Oven 200C. Line pan with pastry.Place slide smoked salmon randomly on pastry.

Beat 4 eggs and add cheese, milk and mustard. Season. Add carrot. Pour mixture into pastry case. Bake for 30 minutes.

7 comments:

crustabakes said...

thats a smart way to use up all that puffs. easy, convenient and fast!

noobcook said...

what a beautiful, and super healthy meal. the carrots add a nice colour and finishing :)

Joanne said...

This sounds like the perfect way to use up those leftovers! I love anything that involves salmon. You could bring this to one of my social gatherings anytime.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Love your healthy quiche and what a great way to use up the leftover.

tigerfish said...

Sounds easy and maybe it is time for me to make some too?

keri said...

This looks so perfect. I love the colors that it turned out. I am pretty impressed with this.
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Aimei said...

i lke anything with salmon. Yur hubby is so fortunate. You cn almost cook anything! :)

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