You will need:
120g cooked, peppered salmon
50g Philadelphia extra light
Juice of 1 lemon or lime
This is a great little stand-by recipe, if you need to rustle something up quickly, or you just fancy a wonderful snack. This amount of peppered salmon works out to 6 propoints (approx 250 kcal). You can use any cooked fish; smoked trout fillets are delicious, even tinned tuna. Propoints and calories will vary so please recalculate if you adapt the recipe. All versions are equally delicious- so it's really about preference or availability!
Try using a lime occasionally instead of lemon to ring the changes.
50g of Extra light Philadelphia is 1 propoint.(approx 50 kcal) So....this recipe makes a large bowl of pate-easily enough for 2-4 portions depending on how hungry you are. The finished dish is 7 propoints (approx 300 kcal) for the WHOLE bowl.
This works out to;
2 portions= 4pp (150 kcal) each
3 portions=2pp (100 kcal) each
4 portions=2pp (75 kcal)each
Literally flake the fish with a fork and combine with the other ingredients. It's as simple as that! It takes 30 seconds to a minute to make and is more delicious than any ready-made pate I've ever tasted!
Serve with crispbread or toast.(Remember to add the propoints or calories for this).
Great for a nutritious, light lunch or starter-or a snack any time of day!
HANDY TIP: Weigh the whole amount then calculate and apportion servings into little ramekin pots and keep in the fridge for those 'Smash & Grab' moments.