These are lovely, soft and fluffy potato based pancakes that go great with a squeeze of lemon and some natural yoghurt. Perfect as a weekend lunch for baby but with the addition of a big pinch of salt, these work as a great brunch dish for the grown-ups too.
Once cooked, allow to cool, and cut into smaller, bite-sized pieces and they make a great finger food for little one. The below makes approximately 5-6 pancakes.
Salmon and Dill Potato Pancakes with Lemon Yoghurt
1 large potato
1 fillet of salmon
1 heaped tbsp plain flour
1 heaped tbsp fresh chopped dill
1 tbsp chopped spring onions
1 tbsp Greek natural yoghurt
Pop the oven on at 180⁰C (ish), prick the potato all over and place into the oven to bake for 30-40 minutes or until the inside is soft and fluffy.
For the last ten minutes of cooking, wrap the salmon fillet in some tinfoil, pop into an oven proof dish and cook in the oven.
Chop the dill and spring onions whilst everything else is cooking.
Once the potato and salmon are removed from the oven and have cooled slightly, scoop out the soft potato filling into a bowl and gently mash with a fork, allowing some texture to remain.
Flake in the salmon and mix in with the spring onion and dill until nicely combined.
Beat an egg in a separate bowl and add to potato and salmon mixture stirring with a wooden spoon.
Add a little bit of the flour at a time, mixing in, until the mixture resembles a dough.
Drizzle a little oil into a frying pan and place on a medium heat.
Using a large tablespoon, scoop out equal amounts to make each pancake, and place into a hot pan in a round shape.
Fry on each side for about 3-4 minutes, or until golden brown on the outside and completely warmed through.
Remove from the pan and remove excess grease/oil by patting with some kitchen towel.
Squeeze a little drizzle of lemon juice over each pancake.
Squeeze the remaining lemon juice into the yoghurt and serve alongside the pancakes.
Allow to cool slightly, break into pieces your baby can handle, dip into the yoghurt then pass to baby to feed him or herself and let the fun begin.