Salmon and Veggie Pie
by Mona Fe on Jan 15, 2021
Bored of regular salmon recipes? Turn your Snackie into fun Mini Salmon and Veggie Pies for your kids (and score the title of grown-up of the year)
Let’s face it. When it comes to turning daily dinner into an adventure that will deliver something unseen or unheard of, we’re all struggling.
Here at We Might Be Tiny HQ we love any help to win over our tiny humans with small surprises that go a long way. So when we came across this Salmon and Veggie Pie recipe, it sparked something in us to create true magic.
All you need for this dinner trick is your choice of We Might Be Tiny Snackie and a whole bunch of nutritious goodness. Simply choose your favourite Snackie from our fun Bear, Cat and Bunny character shapes that have made them a crowd-pleaser in 37+ countries and you’re all set.
We Might Be Tiny Snackies are oven-safe and lend themselves as the perfect baking mould to turn this recipe into your tiny human’s very own Mini Salmon and Veggie Pie (in Cat, Bear or Bunny shape).
We usually whip up a grown-up version and a number of Mini Salmon and Veggie Pies to turn dinnertime into a guaranteed success story. Which tiny human doesn’t try anything if it’s dished up somewhat unexpectedly, right?
And when you’re done simply let your dishwasher take care of the aftermath for you. Job done
Makes 6 Snackies or 1 large pie - serves 6
- 600 g (3 ½ cups) potato, cut into chunks equates to 3 medium potatoes
- 400 g (3 cups) sweet potato, cut into chunks equates to 1 large potato
- 2 large salmon fillets (approximately 500 g), skin removed and cut into chunks
- 150 g (1 cup) carrot, diced equates to 2 medium carrots
- 100 g (1 cup) sweetcorn
- 90 g (1 ½ cup) cheese, grated
- 75 g (2 cups) leek, finely sliced equates to half a medium leek
- 40 g (1 cup) spinach, roughly chopped
- 2 cloves garlic, finely diced
- juice of half a lemon
- zest of half a lemon
- 1 tsp dill
- salt and pepper
Preheat oven to 200 degrees.
Boil potatoes and sweet potato for 10 minutes or until cooked.
Meanwhile place all remaining ingredients except for the cheese into a large bowl. Mix with hands until well combined. Mix through 1 cup of grated cheese, leaving the other ½ cup for the topping. Transfer mixture to the Snackies, leaving enough room for the potato topping.
Drain and mash potatoes (using a splash of milk and/or butter and salt and pepper if you wish). Top the pie ingredients with the mash, roughly spreading with a fork. Sprinkle remaining grated cheese on the top.
Bake for 25-30 minutes or until topping is golden and starting to crispen up.
Serve with steamed greens of your choice and enjoy!