Hake w/a dill sauce & garlic greens

This is a comforting meal and ideal for a hungry day. Potatoes are nutritious containing potassium, B6, C, B2, B5 and fibre. Most of the nutrients are found in the skin so please buy organic and eat the skin. Potatoes are heavily sprayed with pesticide so again, buy organic and Irish organic. Lentils are an excellent source of cholesterol lowering fibre.

Bulk cook the lentils and potatoes and have a baked ham for snacking and topping meals like this with lean protein.

1 Serving:    Kcals  480

One serving










Makes 1 serving

240g, boiled & baked potato or half a large 500g potato with inner starch scooped out

80g, tinned lentils

4g, Green Saffron Rogan Josh spice

10g, onions

5g, 1 tsp olive oil

20g, 2 cherry tomatoes

10g, squirt tomato puree

100g Ham


Boil a few large potatoes and then store them for the week.

Heat the oven to 200 and then bake 1 potato to crisp the skin

Using tinned lentils, rinse them well and take 1x80g serving

Add 5g oil to a frying pan and add the onion, chopped tomato and spice. Later add the lentils and tomato puree.

Chop the ham and add to the mix.

Stuff the potato and enjoy it.

Optional: You can add a dollop of 0% Greek yogurt to the top.