Sweet potato and salmon fishcakes.... YUM!
Are you stuck for healthy dinner ideas?
Have you been searching for recipes that are easy to follow, use 'normal' ingredients whilst also helping to balance your hormones and leave you feeling full and satisfied?
Look no further!!
My salmon and sweet potato fish cakes are a winning combination!
They are also one of my favourite recipes from my 30-day online menopause support programme.
A few nutritional nuggets: Salmon contains high levels of omega 3 fats which help support our brain health.
Salmon is also a great source of protein, it's also one of the best sources of vitamin B12, and it's bursting with iron and vitamin D - perfect for supporting bone health, immunity and energy levels.
Salmon fish cakes (serves 3)
Start to finish: 60 mins
1 sweet potato (oven baked and cooled - approx 40 mins)
2 cooked, cooled and flaked salmon fillets (240g)
1 small red onion, finely chopped
handful of coriander, finely chopped
1 tsp dried red chillies (optional)
2 tbsp seasame seeds
oil for frying
In a mixing bowl add the chopped onion, chillies, sweet potato flesh, flaked salmon and mix well.
Once thoroughly mixed, add the egg, chopped coriander and season with S&P.
Shape into 6 patties, sprinkle with sesame seeds and place on parchment paper - pop into the fridge for 15 mins
To cook, you can with pop them in the oven for 20 mins (175 fan) or gently fry for 4/5 mins on each side.
Once warmed through, serve with salad or vegetables of your choice.
You can find out more information about my 30-day online menopause support programme.