Fed up of having salmon the same way? This version sandwiches a unique homemade pesto of spinach, feta, pine nuts and honey within a crisp buttery filo pastry parcel. Hmmm...delicious.
preheat the oven to 180°C.
wilt the spinach in a dry pan with a tsp of water, cool and then squeeze out any extra water.
put the pine nuts, spinach, feta, basil and honey in a small blender and blitz until you have a rough paste. If you do not have a chopper, chop all the ingredients finely and mix together.
put two sheets of pastry on a floured surface, side by side, and brush with butter. fold each sheet in half to make it double thickness. slice each salmon fillet in half and lay one half of each at the bottom of each sheet.
put a dollop of the mixture onto each salmon fillet and place the other half of salmon on top to form a sandwich, then top with more paste. roll up the pastry so the salmon should be wrapped about 3 times, tucking in the edges before you get to the end and sealing with butter.
brush with butter and place on a tray with greaseproof paper. bake in the oven until golden brown and salmon is cooked, about 20 minutes.
serve with cooked asparagus and diced roasted potatoes. serves 2