Share a Recipe – Salmon Quiche – Day 8 of the July Blogging Challenge

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Easy Salmon Quiche Recipe - Homemaking Organized

It’s Day 8 of the July Blogging Challenge. Again I’m posting in the evening. So much going on during the day who can think of blogging ???!!!

Today’s theme is “Recipe“. Of course, a lot of things come to mind when I think of recipes. Cleaning Recipes, Recipes for Success in a certain area, and of course food recipes.

Today I’m sharing one with you that I just made yesterday. In fact I make it quite a lot. Usually when I make it I double the recipe too and put one in the freezer!

It’s my daughter’s favorite. Easy Salmon Quiche. We have Salmon Quiche quite a lot and even have it for family dinners with our extended family and it’s a great meal.  and a great one to use up salmon leftovers.

We have Salmon Quiche quite a lot throughout my extended family and it’s a great meal and a great one to use up salmon leftovers.

It doesn’t take much leftover salmon to recreate this recipe as the cheese and eggs provide plenty of protein. The crust makes it hearty (the one in the picture above is crustless) and add a sala you have a full meal.


Salmon Quiche

I make this quite a bit for my family from leftover salmon. It's a yummy dish that my daughter just loves. The amount of salmon I use is not rocket science. I eyeball it but if you're concerned just use a can of salmon.
Course Main Dish
Servings 4


  • 1 each Pie Crust homemade or frozen
  • 1/2 whole onion chopped
  • 1/2 can salmon
  • 2 cups milk
  • 3 each eggs
  • 1/8 tsp black pepper
  • 1/2 cup cheddar cheese shredded


  1. Sautee chopped onions in a little butter (for flavor) until wilted. Whisk eggs until well blended. Add milk, salt and pepper and whisk until well blended.
  2. Start layering in the premade crust. First half the onions, then half the flaked salmon, then half the cheese. Repeat a second time using up all the ingredients.
  3. Pour the milk mixture over the onions, salmon, and cheese.
  4. Bake on a foil lined pan at 350 degrees F for on hour or until a knife comes out clean from piercing the middle of the quiche.

Recipe Notes

You can also double the recipe and freeze a quiche for dinner at another time.

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    1. You’re welcome Jennifer. I hope he enjoys it. It’s a favorite with my whole extended family. And it’s nice and easy and freezes well which makes it a plus for me.

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