|Energy (Kcal) 328||16.4%|
|Saturated Fat 3g||10%|
|Total Sugars 6.9g|
Boil the potatoes for approx 8 minutes, adding the cabbage for the last 2-3 minutes. Drain and mash roughly, then season to taste. Cool slightly before shaping bubble and squeak mixture into 4 equal burger shapes.
Heat the oil in a frying pan and fry the bubble and squeak burgers for 2 minutes on each side until golden.
Meanwhile, boil the asparagus for 2-3 minutes until tender and drain.
Serve the bubble and squeak topped with asparagus and spoon over the Hollandaise.
Perfect for freezing. Simply cool after cooking and freeze until required, then thaw and reheat for 10 minutes in the oven at 180°C, gas mark 6 or until piping hot.
300g Fluffy potatoes, diced
150g Savoy cabbage, shredded
2 tbsp oil
200g asparagus spears
1 tbsp Hollandaise sauce
Grilled Salmon and Potato Rainbow Salad
At just over 600kcal, ‘Bowl in One’ is a delicious combination of salmon spiced with turmeric, fresh potatoes for a fibre and potassium boost, and a generous helping of a mix of vegetables to provide three and a half portions of the recommended ‘5 A DAY’. Incorporating ingredients from all food groups, the dish provides nutrients important for eye, heart and digestive health.
This Pancake Day 2019 why not try a something with a twist, this savoury pancake recipe comes with a household favourite, the potato! With the potato at heart of the dish, it allows the flavours of salmon and asparagus to mingle with the delicious pancake base. Savoury pancakes are just as easy and quick as their sweet counterpart and are Perfect for Pancake Day!
Chaat Masala Spicy Street Snacks from India
Chaat Masala is a spice powder mix traditionally used in Indian cuisine. By combining these delicious flavours with prawns, courgette and potatoes it makes for a delicious supper dish.
For a luxurious version this dish could be made with Dover sole, shrimps, truffles and Parmesan, but in wartime often it was made with substitutes. This modern take on the recipe uses sole, prawns and Cheddar.
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