|Energy (Kcal) 297|
|Saturated Fat 2.0g||6.7%|
|Total Sugars 5g|
Place the potatoes in a pan with just enough boiling water to cover them, and cover. Bring to the boil and simmer for 15-20 minutes or until tender, then drain.
Meanwhile, place the haddock in a deep frying pan with the milk and a teaspoon of low-fat spread, then simmer for 10-15 minutes. Drain and flake the fish, keeping the milk to mash with the potatoes.
Mix together the mayonnaise and 3tbsp of chives.
Mash potatoes with 200ml of the milk used to poach the fish and chive mayonnaise.
Serve the mash in a large heap, topped with haddock flakes and the remaining chives.
4 Medium smooth potatoes (such as Desiree), peeled and cut into small chunks
450g smoked haddock or cod loin, cut into four pieces
300ml semi-skimmed milk
1tsp low-fat spread
4tbsp chopped fresh chives
3tbsp low-fat or light mayonnaise
Salt and freshly ground pepper.
A tasty and nutritious vegetable pie that could still be made during times of rationing and food shortages. Named after Lord Woolton, who helped to make the recipe popular when he became Minister of Food in 1940.
Low sat fat
Rich, delicious and layered with undertones of fresh, nutty pesto, our potato and sage gnocchi is an indulgent dish packed full of classic Italian flavours.
A classic recipe this is easy to make, containing just a few ingredients. Prep in just 20 minutes, this is great for all cooking levels.
"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."
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