22 June 2012

Salmon and gnocchi bake



This has become a firm favourite for the Mr and I. It's rich in flavour and filling plus we both love eating fish.

Ingredients

Serves 2/3

500g gnocchi
2 salmon fillets, diced
1 tbsp tomato puree
200g Philadelphia/soft cheese
Chilli powder (I add 1 heaped teaspoon but you can add more or less to suit your taste)
Handful of chopped parsley
Squeeze of lemon
Grated cheese for on top


Method

  • Preheat the oven to 180 degrees
  • Bring a pan of water to boil and add the gnocchi. Cook for a few minutes (it raises to the surface when done)
  • In a seperate pan add the tomato puree, soft cheese and chilli. Warm gently
  • Add the gnocchi, approx 100ml of the boiled water and the salmon. Stir.
  • Add the lemon and parsely then remove from the heat. Pour into an ovenproof dish, sprinkle on cheese and bake for around 20 minutes until the cheese is browning nicely.
  • Scoff!

You could have a serving by itself, enjoy it with some fresh warm bread or it would go lovely with a salad. It's also quite versatile as you can add a few of your fav veg in with it too (I recommend broccoli or leek!).

17 comments :

  1. that looks delicious, i will have to get some gnocci now

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  2. Hmm, scoff! That's what I'd do as it looks delicious!

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  3. Always looking for ways to get fish into the diet. Thanks.

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  4. Agreed with Maya, great way to get your child to eat fish. I tend to use generic supermarket soft cheese or Mascarpone for recipes like this though, as Philadelphia gives me a stomach ache.

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  5. This looks a good one now the weather is a bit colder.

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  6. This looks lovely, think my Daughter's may enjoy this aswell

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  7. Great - my sister-in-law is a vegetarian and I think I might make this for her coming over next week! Thanks

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  8. I love fish on a Friday and have some salmon in stock! Great idea here thanks!

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  9. I'd never have thought to put salmon & gnocchi together. Both are going on my shopping list for next week!

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  10. Wow would never of thought of putting the two together but sounds delicious thankyou for the recipe.

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  11. Oh my this sounds so good! Have bookmarked for later. Thanks for sharing :)

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  12. Gorgeous recipe, my sister is vegetarian do I'll probably sub the ham for veg/peppers...any suggestions welcome! Fantastic recipes, great blog!

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  13. uuum, nice. Always looking for new salmon recipes x

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