Not a favorite. Texture was off and we had to cook far longer than the recipe indicated. Not a repeat.
Crustless Smoked Salmon Quiche with Dill
Melissa95070 Posted: 07/11/09
dawnt77 Posted: 07/29/10
with what I had on hand, my changes were plain mustard, dried dill, leftover smoked salmon - probably 5-6 oz, and laughing cow light cheese wedges torn into pieces instead of the gouda. Made 12 muffins at same cooking time. My daughter and I have been eating them all week!!
cnuttrn Posted: 09/19/10
Really tasty, my kids gobbled it up! Only change was I used 4 whole eggs. Was kind of thin might consider doubling next time to make a thicker slice. Great with aspargus.
pixystik4u Posted: 05/17/11
I just made this because I found that I had everything needed on hand. What a success! I sprinkled a pinch of parsley and cilantro in too for the heck of it. Cooking time was just right and it came out delicious! Definitely a keeper!
girly668 Posted: 10/16/11
Pretty good! I made it with goat cheese instead, so Im not sure if that took away from the flavor but I made it for a family brunch and everyone kept telling me how good it was.
ChefKiki Posted: 05/12/13
I thought this was very good! Would probably even taste better with a crust. Next time, I will add more dill to really taste the flavor.
EllenDeller Posted: 10/16/12
We found the texture spongy and unpleasant, and the dill and cheese seemed lost. I did go to 2 eggs+ 1 egg white and 8 oz. of milk to combat runniness, but it was still a little loose. And there needs to be more "tang"--we wound up putting it on crostini with a dab of goat cheese, which improved it. Wish I'd put the expensive smoked salmon into an omelet instead.
auntcy1 Posted: 06/10/12
Have made this 4 times and absolutely love the taste of this. Problem is I'm having issues with the texture. Each time it is a little "gushy". I tried cooking it longer but that didn't resolve so will keep trying. Also used Dill Havarti and 4 ounces of Smoked Salmon. Very, very good.