This recipe can be made easier with frozen then thawed pastry and spinach.
Sweet potatoes (cut into squares)
Spinach (finely chopped)
Short crust pastry
Line pastry in an oven dish, prick with fork and bake blind. Meanwhile, chop onions, potatoes and spinach. Fry onions in oil until softened, pour in potatoes and stir fry for about 10 mins before you add spinach. Season to taste. Pour in a few table spoonfuls of water if it is dry. Cover and let it cook for a few minutes. Scoop spinach and potato combo into baked pastry. Put back into oven to cook more for 15 minutes. Let it cool down before serving. Enjoy.
Salmon is one of the most nutritious foods. They are easy to cook and are usually accompanied with vegetables.
Although Salmon, especially fresh ones can be very pricey; adding inexpensive leafy greens beside your oily fish, will make a filling and healthy meal.
This quick and easy recipe can be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Why not try it for breakfast on a cold (or not) Christmas morning? instead of cereal or a full English/Irish breakfast.
All you need is….
Drizzle a small amount of Olive oil into a pot, cook salmon (medium/ low heat) on all sides. Peel skin off. Pour in lots of spinach and season with salt and pepper. With a wooden spoon, gently push down spinach (be careful not to break the salmon) cook for a further minute or two or until spinach has withered. Serve immediately. Enjoy.
Note: You can also use Kale or any other leafy green you fancy.