Easy smoked salmon quiche with flatbread crust

Easy smoked salmon quiche with flatbread crust



A healthy diet and regular physical activity are essential to optimal health. The earlier people make lifestyle changes, the more likely they will lower their risk of heart disease and other health problems later in life.

This Easy smoked salmon quiche with flatbread crust can be a part of your healthy diet. Healthy does not mean bland.

I love this quiche because it is a delicious, healthy meal that is easy to prepare without worrying about making the dough for the base.

I used store-bought flatbread instead of making the traditional crust. And so, I reduced the amount of refined carbohydrates because another part of healthy eating and weight management is controlling refined carbohydrates.

This quiche is my favorite: a creamy filling studded with soft leeks and zucchini, luxurious folds of smoked salmon, and crumbled goat cheese.

It’s a recipe everyone should have in their cooking repertoire, whether for a simple lunch or a picnic.

Served with a tossed salad, this smoked salmon quiche with flatbread crust is also a nutritious and delicious lunchbox option. It combines all the healthy ingredients you need for a balanced diet.

The creamy flavor comes from goat cheese and a good quality full-fat yogurt.

I did not use the cream for a healthy change of pace.

This recipe is also a good choice for women who have endometriosis.

After years of experimentation, I have to say that eating dairy products like organic Greek yogurt or goat yogurt, goat cheese, and feta cheese does not trigger endometriosis flare-ups. But I avoid processed cheese and non-organic dairy products. I eat only goat yogurt daily and the other cheese occasionally.


Why do I call this Easy smoked salmon quiche with flatbread crust healthy?

This smoked salmon quiche with a flatbread crust is a healthy option for three reasons:

 I substituted organic yogurt with 8% fat for the cream.

I used organic goat cheese, which is better for digestion than other cheeses.

 I used flatbread made with whole wheat flour instead of a traditional crust.



 For the crust:

 Large whole wheat or regular pita bread from the store (about 24 to 26 cm in diameter)

 For the smoked salmon quiche filling:

 Two tablespoons extra virgin olive oil

One clove of garlic, minced

 One medium zucchini (about 150 g)

 One leek, white and tender green parts, thinly sliced (approx. 150 g)

 1oo g smoked salmon

125 g full-fat yogurt (at least 8% fat) or Greek yogurt

Three organic or free-range eggs

 One heaping tablespoon of chopped parsley

 80 to 100 g crumbled goat cheese

 Salt and freshly ground pepper to taste



How do I prepare the filling for this smoked quiche with flatbread crust?

Preparation time: 20 minutes
Cooking time: 30 minutes
Makes four servings


 Equipment: 20 cm tart pan with removable bottom


 Step 1 Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius

 Step 2 Cook the zucchini

 Clean and wash the zucchini and cut them into thin slices

 Heat the olive oil in a medium-sized pan.

 Add the zucchini slices and garlic and season with salt

 Fry the zucchini slices briefly on both sides until the water has evaporated, and transfer to a small bowl to cool.

 Step 3 Cook the leek slices.

 Split the leek lengthwise, wash, and finely slice it.

 Add another tablespoon of olive oil to the pan.

 Add the sliced leek, season it with salt and pepper

Cook it, stirring occasionally, until it is soft, about 5 to 8 minutes.

 Let it cool.

 Step 4 Prepare the egg mixture.

 Whisk together the eggs and yogurt.

 Add parsley, a pinch of salt, and pepper.

 Mix well until everything is evenly mixed.


 Assemble the smoked salmon quiche:

 Grease the tart pan with olive oil

 Gently place the flatbread in the tart pan

 Line the flatbread pan with leeks and then with zucchini slices

 Flake the smoked salmon and place it in the tart pan.

 Sprinkle with the crumbled goat cheese.

 Pour the egg mixture over the top.

 Bake the quiche on the middle rack of the oven for 30 to 35 minutes or until golden in color.

 Let the baked quiche rest for at least 30 minutes before slicing and serving.


This quiche is also delicious cold the next day.

The perfect side dish for this Easy Smoked Salmon Quiche is a fresh green salad with a light, tangy vinaigrette to balance the richness of the quiche.


I look forward to hearing from you.

If you recreate this Easy smoked salmon quiche with flatbread, let me know by sharing your pictures on Instagram and tagging them with the hashtag #healthywomanstyle, or leave a comment below.


Until next time, unwind and enjoy your healthy lifestyle,






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