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Discussion in 'Slimming World Recipes' started by Donnie46, 11 July 2009 Social URL.

  1. Donnie46

    Donnie46 Slow but sure....

    Salmon and Broccoli Quiche


    1 chopped onion
    3 eggs,
    8oz v.l.f. cottage cheese
    Seasoning to taste.


    Par-boil a large handful of small Broccoli florets.

    Dry-fry your chopped onions (or alternatively cook them with the Broccoli).

    Grill your salmon fillet (for crunchy/nutty flavour) and flake.

    Beat eggs with cottage cheese and add seasoning.

    Stir the salmon, the broccoli and onion into this mixture, season and pour into your oven dish.

    Cook for 30 mins or until golden brown at 190 deg c.

    Syn free on Red.
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  3. malaika

    malaika Lover of Extra Easy

    Thanks Donnie!
    This really sounds yum.
    I am going to try and I have a thing about quiches of late...
    I tend to use quark as it is smoother than cc. I am sure that it will be fine!
  4. ladyraven

    ladyraven Member

    If you use a blender to mix the cottage cheese and eggs, it'll be smoother.

    I love this quiche.
  5. elebora

    elebora Member

    Sorry to disturb but I am french and I don't understant everythings...:wave_cry:
    What v.l.f. means??
    For Oz I found on internet that 1/2 Oz=14 grams, does it sound right?
    It's hard to find cottage cheese in France but maybe I can replace it with Fromage frais? What do you think? I will try tomorrow, it sounds very good.
    Thanks for the recipe.
  6. Donnie46

    Donnie46 Slow but sure....

    VLF = Very Low Fat.

    Oz or ounce is weight, and your grams conversion sounds about right.

    Not sure about the fromage frais - I am wondering if it may 'split' during cooking, but if you give it a good 'whizz' (mix up) it may be OK.

    Good luck with the recipe. X
  7. elebora

    elebora Member

    Thank you. I will try tomorrow and I will let you know the result...
  8. elebora

    elebora Member

    It's a recipe for me, just easy. But I change some ingredients because I didn't have them...
    1 chopped onion
    green, red and yellow pepper
    3 eggs,
    8oz v.l.f. fromage frais
    Seasoning to taste.
    I think I didn't seasoning enough, but it was quite good. And that was OK to replace the cottage cheese by the fromage frais. I will do it again. Thanks for the recipe.
  9. Donnie46

    Donnie46 Slow but sure....

    My pleasure Elebora, I'm so glad you enjoyed it. X
  10. Linzi_C

    Linzi_C Full Member

    Someone brought one of these into our taster last week and it was gorgeous....definatly trying this over the weekend!
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