|Sat Fat 0.7g||3%|
Cut the potatoes into small cubes and boil for eight minutes. Drain, cool and push through a fine metal sieve to mash.
Mix well with the flour, soda, yoghurt and a pinch of salt and put into a piping bag.
Stir the horseradish into the creme fraiche and season with a little salt and pepper. Set aside.
Heat a sauté pan with the oil and pipe in small amounts of the batter. Cook until bubbling on the top and carefully flip over. Cook the other side until golden and put on a plate lined with kitchen towel. Repeat until you have used the batter.
Top each blini with a teaspoon of the horseradish mixture, and a little smoked salmon. Add the keta to each and serve with sliced spring onion and lemon zest if you like.
400g purple potatoes (or maris piper) cooked, cooled and mashed
8tbsp plain flour
1tsp bicarbonate of soda
4tbsp low-fat natural Greek style yoghurt
1tbsp rapeseed oil
100ml light creme fraiche
40g grated horseradish
200g smoked salmon, sliced
10tsp salmon caviar (Keta)
Salt and pepper
Get your glorious greens with this terrific mix of flavours and textures which includes cheesy, vibrant flavours as well as fresh salad and veg.
"As you all loved the potato salad I posted a few weeks ago I thought I should share another lovely potato recipe for summer salads and feasts. This one is bursting with flavour and it’s coronation inspired sauce is just a dream. The sauce is made of a delicious blend of spices, from curry powder to garam masala, cinnamon and cayenne, which are mixed with lemon juice, tamari and coconut. The tender potatoes are then tossed with the sauce and scattered with juicy chunks of mango, flaked almonds and raisins. I love this served with big bowls of quinoa and veggies for a beautiful summer meal with friends."
Famed for their presence at street food events throughout Brazil, Espetinhos are Portuguese kebabs - simple and tasty, and the possibility of combinations are endless!
An easy way to use up any leftovers from your Sunday roast - all you need to do is add some extra veg and a bit of stock.