salmon hasselback potato pie

Salmon Hasselback potato pie

Salmon Hasselback potato pie

Our Salmon Hasselback potato pie would have to be one of the most popular recipes on the Seafood Experts website. Give it a try for yourself and find out why.  With tender potatoes that soak up all the flavours of the sauce, it’s a delicious and affordable meal on its own for a family of 4 or an attractive side dish. It’s also one of those great plates you can take for one of those entertaining occasions. Best of all this pie is cost-effective, so it’s very kind to the hip pocket. This recipe is sure to become your favourite comfort food. A go-to recipe any time of the year.

salmon hasselback potato pie

Did you know: Hasselback potatoes were created in 1953 by Leif Elisson from Värmland, who was trainee chef at restaurant Hasselbacken on Djurgården in Stockholm.

If you love the taste of a well-made pie, then this recipe is for you.

Ashleigh Feltham (MNutrDiet)

Safcol salmon is a great source of omega-3 fat which is needed for your brain to function optimally. It also provides an antioxidant called astaxanthin. Also, B12 helps to create the coating of myelin sheath of your nerve cells.

Potatoes are a great source of folate which is needed to make and repair DNA. Also, vitamin C helps to optimise your immune system function and is needed to make the protein collagen. Collagen is needed to keep your ligaments, tendons, and skin healthy.

Both cheese and salmon are good sources of protein which increases how full you feel after your meal. They also contain iodine and selenium which optimises the health of your thyroid. Your thyroid creates hormones and plays a major role in the rate of your metabolism. Cheese is also a great source of calcium and dairy which may reduce your risk of breast cancer as well as helps to keep your bones and teeth strong.

Spring onions, potatoes and parsley add gut-loving fibre as well as potassium which helps to regulate your blood pressure. Spring onions provide a good source of vitamin C, A, B6 which is needed to make red blood cells. Also, thiamine, copper, chromium, and iron. This is a pie that stands above the rest.

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

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