Bacon topped crunchy salmon pot pie

Bacon topped crunchy salmon pot pie

Do you like comfort food? Check out our bacon topped crunchy salmon pot pie recipe. Cosy and warming, these bacon-topped salmon and potato potpies are perfect on a chilly evening. Here’s a tip too, you can assemble the pies in advance, pop them in freezer bags and freeze them for up to 2 months. Defrost them overnight in the fridge and then cook for an easy weekday meal.

Bacon topped crunchy salmon pot pie


Ashleigh Feltham (MNutrDiet)

If you’re in the mood for a pie that ticks the box for comfort food, then this is the pie for you. Salmon is a great source of omega-3 fat as well as protein. The type of protein provided by Safcol salmon is considered good quality as it contains all the essential amino acids or building blocks that your body needs to create a protein.

Both olive oil and salmon have heart-healthy fats that your body needs to absorb the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K in this pie. Salmon, cheese, and milk are good sources of vitamins A, D and E and parsley is a good source of vitamin K.

Potatoes offer a healthy dose of fibre as well as folate which helps to make and repair your DNA. Flour adds B vitamins to the meal which is needed to make energy from the food you eat. Cheese and milk are great sources of calcium. Calcium is needed for normal muscle contractions as well as to keep your bones and teeth strong. Vitamin D is needed for your body to absorb calcium properly and is also a part of this pie.

Onion has a compound called quercetin and vitamin C which helps promote optimal immune system function. Onions also help to lower your blood pressure and are a good source of vitamin B6 which is needed to make red blood cells and manganese which plays a role in metabolism and protein digestion. Have you saved this recipe yet?

If you like salmon, be sure to check out our salmon recipes page for more inspiration!

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