Salami Quiche

Written by chanie on March 17th, 2016

It’s been a hectic couple of weeks here at BIB, with lots of Purim demos, cooking classes and recipe writing! I always say that calling myself BUSY IN BROOKLYN was like a self-fulfilling-prophecy, because when I started this blog I wasn’t half as busy as I am nowadays. But busy is good and I am so thankful for it! Except when all that busying around turns into a sinus infection, and my recipe testing is put on hold because I can’t taste anything! I had amazing plans for a new hamantasch this week, but my taste buds won’t cooperate. And even though I can barely lift my head off my pillow, I’ve got my third demo this week in a couple of hours! So, I THANK GOD for this amazing recipe that I developed for a local magazine’s Purim issue last year, so at least I have something to share!

You all know that I’ve taken on a BIB tradition to share a salami recipe every year. I once heard that people have a tradition to eat salami on Purim because it is hung, like Haman (!!!). Who knows if it’s true, but it’s definitely fun. And it was especially thrilling when my DRUNKEN HASSELBACK SALAMI went crazy viral two years ago (I can’t believe it’s so old!). I always meet readers at demos, or even on the street who tell me that it’s become a weekly tradition for them. I just love that!

For this year, here’s something a bit more homey and family-friendly for your Purim meal. I’m sure this will become a staple in your family for the holidays too. Happy Purim!

Related Recipes:

drunken hasselback salami
beer battered salami chips with beer mustard
salami chips with dijon dipping sauce

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  1. I think this is a perfect quick quiche for lovers of salami, like my son in law. I am going to suggest it to my daughter, as she is short on time, and I think it would be a great idea for a quick supper meal. great idea!!!

  2. Miriam says:

    This looks so good! Do u think it will hold together without a pie shell?

  3. dkny says:

    It looks terrific. I am planning to make it as an appy for Purim. What would you add to dress up the plate?

  4. dkny says:

    If there are mushroom haters in the bunch (I know, how is it possible??) what could I sub for them. I could probably just use more onions but would like to add some more texture and color.

  5. ML Tusk says:

    I made this quiche with pastrami and it came out delish. Thanks again for a great recipe!

  6. Shulamit says:

    Hi, can this be put in the freezer? If yes how long can this be frozen for?

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