Thursday, 10 November 2016

Salmon and Potato Puff

I eat quite a lot of salmon so I'm always trying to think of new ways of using it. This made a lovely filling meal and was a good way to use up some leftover filo pastry.

500g potatoes
110 precooked salmon pieces
3 tbsp low fat natural yoghurt
3 tbsp Parmesan cheese
2 heaped tbsp chopped dill
5 sheets of filo pastry
low fat coooking spray

1. Peel the potatoes, cut into quarters and then boil in unsalted water until soft.
2. Drain and then mash the potato throughly until completely smooth and then set aside to cool.
3. Add the salmon pieces, yoghurt, dill and Parmesan to the mashed potato. Mix until combined.
4. Lay one sheet of filo pastry flat and spray it with the low fat cooking spray. Lay a second sheet of filo pastry on top and the repeat until you have all five sheets laying on top of each other.
5. Spoon the salmon and potato mixture onto the filo sheets so that it is positioned in a rectangle shape across one end.
6. Carefully roll up the sheets enclosing the mixture so that it looks like this.

7. Pinch the ends together so that the mixture cannot spill out
8..Carefully place on a greased baking sheet..
9. Cook near th top of  preheated oven at 175 degrees for approximatly 20 minutes or until the filo pastry is starting to brown.
10. Serve while hot.

The recipe makes two gnerous portions which work out at 665 calories each. You could easily stretch the recipe to three slightly smaller portions which ould be 444 calories each

Serve with a simple salad for a fantastically tasty and healthy meal.

I loved this meal. It was easy to prepare, very healthy andit  tasted incredible. It was also quite cheap to make as I used a packet of salmon trimmings from the supermarket. Let me know if you try making it.

Speak to you soon

Love Erica xxx


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