Celeriac and fennel potato latkes with smoked trout

Celeriac and fennel potato latkes with smoked trout
  • Serves icon Serves 1
  • Time icon Hands-on time 15 min

At just 250 calories per serving, these celeriac latkes with smoked trout are a great option if you’re following the 5:2 diet – an easy, speedy meal for one.

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Nutrition: per serving

Calories
250kcals
Fat
9g (1.5g saturated)
Protein
18.9g
Carbohydrates
19.6g (8.1g sugars)
Fibre
6.5g
Salt
1.8g
Calories
250kcals
Fat
9g (1.5g saturated)
Protein
18.9g
Carbohydrates
19.6g (8.1g sugars)
Fibre
6.5g
Salt
1.8g

Ingredients

  • 80g celeriac, peeled and grated
  • 80g fennel, finely sliced
  • 1 small waxy potato (about 30g), grated
  • 20g free-range egg white (1 small egg’s worth)
  • 2 tsp Doves Farm gluten-free potato flour
  • 2 tsp gluten-free horseradish sauce (we like Tracklements) or gluten-free wholegrain mustard, or a mixture of both
  • Zest ½ large lemon, plus wedges to serve
  • Large handful fresh herbs, chopped (we used dill and flatleaf parsley)
  • Frylight cooking spray
  • 50g sustainable sliced cold smoked trout (widely available)
  • 40g cooked beetroot (use vacuum-packed in vinegar or plain, as you prefer), chopped

Method

  1. In a mixing bowl, combine the grated celeriac, fennel, potato, egg white, flour, horseradish and/or mustard and half the lemon zest and herbs. Season generously.
  2. Heat a heavy-based frying pan with a few sprays of Frylight. Spoon 2 heaped mounds of the celeriac mixture into the pan, then fry over a medium heat for 3-4 minutes.
  3. Use a fish slice to turn the latkes and flatten slightly, then cook for a further 2-3 minutes until tender.
  4. Serve the latkes with the sliced smoked trout, the remaining zest and herbs and the chopped beetroot, plus lemon wedges to squeeze over.

delicious. tips

  1. Leftover ungrated celeriac and fennel will keep well in a sealed bag or container in the fridge (rub the cut edge of the celeriac with lemon juice to prevent browning). Use it up as part of the base for sauces and stews, or chop into chunks and add to a tray roast.

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