Saturday, 28 February 2015

Weekend Recipe - Gammon, rosti and egg stack

So last night we had the above - gammon, rosti and egg stack and it was really nice and completely 'free' on the Slimming World plan.

So to start you need to coarsely grate 600g of Maris Piper potatoes 
and lay them out on a clean tea towel.

Coarsely grate 1 onion and put into a bowl and season with salt and pepper.

Meanwhile roll the tea towel up and squeeze out any moisture from the potato. Once done add to the bowl and mix in the onion and seasoning.

Place the mixture in greased 12cm wide chef's rings on a baking tray. Press down and cook in the oven on 200c for 20 + minutes or until cooked through or golden.

Lightly spray some vine cherry tomatoes with olive oil Frylight (one calorie spray) and pop in the oven for 5-10 minutes towards the end of the cooking time.

Meanwhile cook the gammon steaks - I did mine under the grill.

When everything is just about done wilt off some spinach in a pan and fry your eggs.
Then stack away - rosti, spinach, gammon steak and finally topped with the egg, serve the cherry tomatoes on the side and I added some extra 'free' veg on the side too. 

One portion was enough for me - Jeff had 2!!


Anonymous said...

Yummy! Your recipies don't seem like weight loss ones, they seem healthy, filling and achievable. I love that you are eating real, delicious food but still losing weight! i love your recipe posts. They inspire me to cook! I do cook most evenings but get bored of the same things so your recipes are an inspiration. I have a stone to lose so your recipes will help me. Thank you! My problem is that I get hungry between meals. Any tips?
Mandy x

dots and spots said...

Thanks Mandy - I've introduced a mid-morning snack recently to my normal afternoon snack. In a morning I tend to have some fruit and almonds and in an afternoon cooked chicken or ham with cherry tomatoes or sugar snap peas. The aim to is fill up during your 3 main meals with as much 'free' food as possible, so you don't need huge snacks inbetween and if you do need them, make them as 'free' as possible too. Free foods are most fruits and vegetables, meat/poultry/fish/eggs, rice/pasta/noodles/potato, beans and pulses. The scotch eggs I posted recently are a good 'free' snack too. I post daily pics here that might help

Anonymous said...

Thank you Becky x