Easy Salmon, Broccoli & Dill Quiche

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Easy Salmon, Broccoli & Dill Quiche

This is my go for recipe when I want a quick but healthy meal for my family. I’ve used good quality store bought spelt pastry sheet.
My boys including hubby love this dish. It’s simple and quick to make.

I absolutely love the taste of dill with fish especially with salmon! This creamy quiche will make you want to make it again and I promise you, even your fussy eater will like it, because my one did! πŸ˜„ Go on, make this yummylicious quiche and report back to me your feedback! πŸ˜‰

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Ingredients

🐟 1 pastry sheet (cold from the fridge)
🐟 300gr fresh salmon filet
🐟 1 small broccoli
🐟 1/2 cup cream / nut cream such as cashew cream
🐟 1/4 cup milk / nut milk
🐟 2 eggs
🐟 2 heaps tablespoons of fresh chopped dill
🐟 1/2 tsp salt (avoid for babies under 12 m old)
🐟 pepper to taste

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Method

  1. Preheat oven to 190 C.
  2. Spread the pastry into a quiche pan / any medium size baking tray.( If you make your own pastry from scratch then let it harden for 1 hour in the fridge.)Β Bake it for 8-10 minutes, the pastry has to be slightly golden.
  3. Blanched the broccoli and cut into smaller florets.
  4. Cut the salmon into 1cm thick then cut half again.
  5. In medium bowl, beat the eggs then add cream, milk, dill and s&p and beat until it’s well combined.
  6. Spread the salmon slices on the quiche base, then spread the broccoli evenly over the salmon. Gently use a table spoon to pour the egg mixture over the salmon.
  7. Bake for 25 minutes until the quiche is golden brown. Served warm with salad. πŸ˜‹

Enjoy!
Kat xx

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