Salmon potato broccoli cakes
A nostalgic favourite, the humble potato cake has a place in everyone’s heart. These easy to make, salmon potato broccoli cakes are VERY tasty and only use a third of the potato that you would normally find in regular potato-based fish cake recipes, making them lower in carbs. They’re gluten-free and make a great family meal too.
This is a simple yet outstanding recipe to try soon
Ashleigh Feltham (MNutrDiet)
Safcol salmon is a quality fish that contain essential fatty acids called omega 3 fats, essential for good health. Your brain, heart and eye health all benefit from the omega 3 polyunsaturated fat. Salmon is also a great source of protein which is needed for cell growth and repair, as well as salmon being a good source of iron. Iron is needed for optimal immune function as well as increasing oxygen transportation to the cells of your body.
The vegetables have their benefits too. Firstly, potato which supplies your body with a good dose of folate needed for DNA repair and synthesis. Potatoes also contain potassium which is a mineral that assists to keep your blood pressure at a healthy level. Sweet potato is another nutritional winner as a great source of immune optimizing vitamin A and C. Vitamin A is also a key vitamin for eyes health and function, to maintain optimal vision throughout your life. Vitamin C is also needed for your body to make collagen, and collagen is a protein needed for strong ligaments, tendons as well as youthful-looking skin.
Broccoli is a great source of vitamin A and K which supports normal blood clotting. Vitamin K is also needed for strong bones. The lemon adds zest and additional vitamin C. Why not try some Salmon Potato Broccoli cakes today!
If you like salmon, be sure to check out our salmon recipes page for more inspiration!