Introduction: 1 Minute Microwave Salmon Quiche in a Cup
An extremely easy quiche that only takes 1 minute to cook.
Its great for any student with limited time or kitchen space.
Its also good if you want to make the most of your summer and spend your time outside, instead of cooking (not that cooking isn't fun).
Perfect for breakfast, lunch or even just a snack.
If the flavor combination isn't to your taste you could try:
Tomato, spring onion and garlic
Bacon or ham with cheese
Mushroom and onion
The combinations are endless...
Hope you enjoy!!
Step 1: Get Together Your Ingredients
For this quiche you will need:
1 large egg
1 1/2 tablespoons of milk (preferably whole milk)
4-8 mini cherry tomatoes
1 slice of halloumi diced
1 teaspoon salted butter
1 slice of smoked salmon
1 slice of bread (preferably chiabatta)
1 or 2 slices of onion
Pinch of salt and pepper
1 teaspoon of corriander
Step 2: Chop Up the Cherry Tomatoes
Roughly chop the mini cherry tomatoes in half
Step 3: Slice the Salmon
Slice the smoked salmon into thin strips that will cook easily
Step 4: Tear the Bread
Tear your chiabatta bread into small pieces, you will need about a small handful of the bread
Step 5: Combine the Egg and Milk
Crack the egg into a large microwave safe cup and pour in the milk
Step 6: Mix
Mix together the milk and egg with a fork until completely combined
Step 7: Melt the Butter
Melt the butter in the microwave for about 10-20 seconds until runny
Step 8: Combine the Butter
Pour the butter into the eggs and milk and combine
Step 9: Season the Mixture
Add in a pinch of salt, pepper and coriander and mix together
Step 10: Add in All the Ingredients
Add all the remanding ingredients, don't worry about spreading them evenly
Step 11: Combine the Mixture
Mix all of the ingredients together
Step 12: Microwave the Quiche
Place the cup in the center of the microwave and turn the power to full
Microwave the cup for 1-2 minutes depending on how powerful your microwave is
Step 13: Remove the Quiche
Remove the quiche from the microwave and serve whilst still hot