Reach Recipe: Smoked Haddock Fishcakes

These super haddock fishcakes are high in protein and high in HDL, the “good” form of cholesterol, which can help decrease risk of heart attack.

Ingredients

400g potato, peeled and boiled until soft
20g organic butter
1 egg yolk
1/2 tsp sea salt
1/2 tsp black pepper
270g cooked smoked haddock
20g oat bran to roll the fish cakes in

Makes 4 fishcakes

Per fishcake:
222 calories
6g fat
21g carbs
21g protein

Method

Preheat oven to 200˚C / 400˚F.
Line a tray with foil.
Place the peeled potatoes, butter and salt and pepper in a large bowl.
Mash well.
Add the egg yolk, salt and pepper and fish and stir thoroughly to combine.
Place the oat bran on a plate and roll each fishcake in the oat bran to coat evenly on all sides.

Oven bake fishcakes for 20-25 minutes turning halfway. Ensure they are thoroughly cooked before serving.

Store any leftovers in an airtight container and refrigerate for up to 3 days or freeze on same day.

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Dan Sroda is a Personal Trainer based in Birstall, serving Leeds and Bradford.

As the owner and lead trainer at Reach Personal Training, I am responsible for the philosophy of the business and overseeing client programmes.

My mission is for Reach Personal Training to be synonymous with a long-term, real-life approach to health and fitness. We help our clients to integrate health and fitness into their busy lives. We don't do fads. We don't do crash diets. We do "Fitness For Life".

I have a family. I’ve always worked (and not always in the fitness industry). I have housework and shopping to do. I have a REAL life. So I know what it takes to balance a real life with a sustainable approach to health and fitness.

If I can do it then anyone else can too. All you need is the desire to make eating healthily and keeping fit a priority in your life. An hour a day, thirty minutes a day, even fifteen minutes a day of exercise, supported with a healthy diet based on whole foods, is all it takes to make steady long-term progress towards looking and feeling fantastic.

I have a few simple values upon which I have built Reach Personal Training. Only personal trainers who share these values will be part of our team.

- Friendliness. Just be a genuinely nice person, it's dead simple and it's the best way to live. Smile as much as possible and try to see the best in every situation.

- No fads. No pseudoscience. My background in academia makes me question everything. There is so much nonsense in the fitness industry, mainly because some people are in it to make money so they'll believe anything and questioning it will mean they can't believe in the product. We are different. We do what works. We use science to create our programmes and we never put profit over effectiveness. You will NEVER find Herbalife or Forever Living in our studio!

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