Crustless quiche with smoked salmon, asparagus, and goat cheese

This should be amazing, but it’s just so-so.

I chopped up some asparagus and about 2 oz of smoked salmon and put those things in a buttered pie dish.  I poured in 4 eggs, beaten with a splash of milk and a sprinkle of fresh parmesan, and about 2 oz of crumbled goat cheese.  I salted and peppered.  I baked it in a 350 degree oven for about 30 minutes.

I really love all these ingredients, but it needs something else.  It’s just ok. I deem it “acceptable.” What would be better next time?  Chives?  Chopped red onion?  Dill? Fresh basil?  Roasted red peppers?


8 responses to “Crustless quiche with smoked salmon, asparagus, and goat cheese

  1. Pourquoi pas de l’estragon? Ou si vous aimez, un mélange de persil plat et d’une gousse d’ail hachés.

  2. It looks so yummy. The recipe seems simple and healthy. I have to try it.

  3. Aw, dang. I think dill, onion, AND peppers.

    • If you were to have leftover goat cheese and smoked salmon, and fresh dill, and finely chopped red onion, and a good piece of crusty bread – imagine the breakfast you could make!

      Fortunately I have all of these things in the house. Glory.

  4. This looks amazing and has some of my favorite things in it but I don’t know – quiche, like omelet, just don’t do it for me. The only quiche I have ever liked had brie in it which made it more moist.

  5. I made this today and tweaked the ingredients just a bit. I added 2 tbls of sour cream and a bit of dill – mixed it up with eggs. I also added grated sharp cheddar to the top. I changed the goat cheese to fresh mozzarella because I don’t really like the earthy taste of goat cheese, but that’s just a personal preference. It turned out amazingly and I can’t thank you enough for posting this! It’s a great base recipe and you could go a lot of different ways with it!!

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