As you know, I attended the inaugural Breakfast on the Bridge last weekend. The Sydney Harbour Bridge is an icon. You can see it from many parts of the city, but up close, the bridge is most commonly viewed from the seat of a car or train.
On Sunday, 6000 Sydney-siders turned up at 6.30am to see their beloved bridge in a completely different light. As part of the Crave Sydney festival, the bridge had been turned into a park - covered with green grass.
I had the privilege of being there. As I moved amongst the crowd of happy picnickers, I was especially interested in what people had brought to eat. Quiche was one of the crowd favorites.
I love smoked salmon quiches. They are great any time of the day or night, so can be eaten for breakfast, snacked on at picnics or devoured as party food. These individual-sized quiches are elegant as well as being delicious.
Best of all, they're easy to prepare and quick to bake - it took me only 10 minutes of prep and less than 20 minutes of baking.
If I'm lucky enough to be invited to next years' Breakfast on the Bridge, these individual smoked salmon quiches are definitely going to be in my picnic hamper.
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