Quiche is my go to dish for dinner very often, I make some kind of quiche every week and serve it with cream soup and salad. I kind of consider quiche french version of pizza :) as pizza was actually a poor men's meal where they preety much made a dough and used the fridge leftovers as toppings as many or as little they had.


I often make my own dough for quiche (bigger quantity) and then I freeze it and use it when I want to make a quick and healthy 30 min meal but store bought quiche dough or puff pastry can work good as well. The beauty of quiche is that you can tweak it to be richer in ingredients or as simple as you want. Depending on your food preferences you can make it with or without meat, with eggs or egg substitute, heavy cream (milk/coco/soy) or regular milk to make it light and fluffy.

Here is the quick, healthy and easy recipe:


4 eggs
1/2 tsp kosher salt
2 tbsp chopped green onion
4 oz chopped smoked salmon
1/4 cup (60g) crumbled goat cheese
1 cup (236 ml) cooking cream or whole milk (I use soy cream as alternative)
2 tbsp fresh dill (I also used dry spice when didn't have fresh)
1 pack frozen puff pastry or quiche dough (or use this recipe to make it on your own)

2 shakes of Tabasco hot sauce


1. Preheat the oven on 375F / 180C.
2. Spread the dough in silicon quiche dish and poke it with a fork. Use aluminum foil and raw beens as a weight and bake the dough like this for 15 min. (Don't throw away beans you can reuse it next time you bake quiche).
3. Whisk together in a bowl eggs, cream, salt and Tabasco (optionally).
4. When dough baked, take it out of the oven but leave the oven on, remove the foil with beans, poor the egg mixture into a baked dough and dot with salmon pieces and goat cheese crumbs, add fresh dill and green onion on top.
5. Bake for 30-35 minutes on 375F/180C. Let cool for 10 minutes and serve.

This is one of my favorite salmon recipes! If you try it, let me know how you liked it in comments.