Monday, 25 February 2013

Smoked Haddock and Sweet Potato Pie

So again I haven't blogged in a while but here we go anyway :)
I have made this dish a few times now and have fallen in love with it!
And its super super easy to make!
It's also not super expensive to make so great for students or for those trying not to spend to much.
This recipe is NOT my own and you can probably find similar on the internet but I wanted to post this anyway!
As I said in my last blog post I have started eating healthier and reading blogs have been a great inspiration and Instagram has also been extremely helpful!
So let's get into it before I bore you all :/
(Heres a cheeky picture from IG I love serving mine with steamed Kale or Savoy Cabbage)
- 1kg of sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into small cubes
- 120g of Philadelphia chives (light!)
- 300g undyed smoked haddock 
-  300g Haddock Loin
(to make this a cheaper meal I have used a frozen fish pie mix from Asda which costs about £3)
- 2 tbsp Almond Milk ~ (you can use any milk you like)
(You can use normal potatoes if you like but sweet potatoes have a lot more health benefits - if you want to read more on this check out this article which was brilliant and showing this)
This dish serves 4 people if your a student I would recommend what I do and have this for a meal for 2 days and freeze the rest for another time!
-Preheat the oven to 190, gas mark 5
-In a large saucepan cover the potatoes with water bring to the boil and cook for approximately 10 minutes or until soft 
(I often cook for a little bit longer to make the mashing easier!)
- Next drain well and mash with 20g of Philly and set aside
(If I have plain light Philly in the fridge then I will use this instead of the chives one)
-Now place the fish in a microwaveable dish with a teaspoon of the milk cover and microwave on high for approximately 5 minutes until just cooked
- Remove any skin and bones, then flake the fish in a large ovenproof dish
-Now combine the remaining Light Chive Philly and milk in a mug and then spoon this over the fish
-Next top with the mashed sweet potato 
-Bake for 20 minutes until the Philly sauce is bubbling around the edge of the dish and the potato is browned.
NOW you can dig in :D
Wasn't that easy?
And guess what!:
Per Serving - 390 Kcal,  34.3g Protein and 5.4g of fat!
I love love love this dish!
 And when I cooked it at home with my mum she loved it too!
This dish is super filling keeping huger pangs at bay and tastes super lush!!
If you have any questions or queries don't hesitate to ask!
Thanks for reading!
Miss Tiffany Darling


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