Tom Kitchin on Thursday: Smoked Salmon Lasagne

Tom Kitchin on Thursday: Smoked Salmon Lasagne

Each day this week, Scottish Michelin star chef Tom Kitchin will be taking you through one of his recipes which you can try at home during lockdown. Please share your pictures or videos on social media with the hashtag #AsOneAtHome and we’ll share the best ones.

Today, Tom will show you how to cook his wife’s recipe, ‘Smoked Salmon Lasagne’ and he spoke exclusively to to share some of his top tips and advice around this dish to help you along the way.

Tom Kitchin says:

“This is my wife’s dish! She did really well, I’m really proud of her. This dish really hits home with people, it’s hilarious. Honestly, when I first heard about it I was a bit like, really? But when I first tasted it I was like wow that’s really good. A lasagne is a good dish because you can prepare it in advance and then you have taken away the stress of bringing it together, so then you just pop it in the oven so you can enjoy your day knowing the lasagne is made and you know so many people are conscious of not having meat every day and it’s just a really nice twist on that. It’s a dish that goes down really, really well. It’s a great family dish and certainly one that should keep the family happy. If you make a good size and then chill it down, portion it and then put in a freezer bag and freeze it nicely, you’ve got a nice nutritious meal. Really think about your meals through the week and how you can plan them and give yourself a variation and using the freezer is a good way of doing that.” ”

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Don’t forget to post your pictures and videos of this week’s recipes on social media tagged #AsOneAtHome

Listen to Tom Kitchin on The Official Scottish Rugby Podcast as the Michelin star chef talks food and rugby.

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