Anyway this is a recipe card from Sainsbury's and is especially for kids. It took just over 45 minutes in total.
Ingredients for 12 parcels - I think an adult would eat 3 and a child 2:
240g boneless salmon fillets
1 medium egg, beaten
125g full fat soft cheese
1/4 x 28g flat leaf parsley, chopped (I actually used dill)
6 sheets of ready rolled filo pastry, cut in half
150g frozen petit pois
2 tbsp olive oil
335g cherry tomatoes
200g pack of green vegetables like fine beans or sugar snaps
Fill a saucepan with boiling water, add the salmon fillets and simmer for 5 minutes.
Next drain the salmon and let it cool slightly before removing the skin.
Cut the 6 sheets of filo pastry in half. Take one half at a time, brush with olive oil and then fold in half again. Put 2 tablespoons of the salmon mixture into the centre of the filo pastry, brush the edges with oil and then fold the pastry up and twist like a parcel. This is much easier if you don't overload each parcel with filling. Repeat this with the remaining filo sheets and salmon mixture. Put them on a baking tray and brush with oil once again.
Put the tomatoes on another baking tray and put in the oven with the salmon parcels and bake for 25 minutes. Leave to cool a little.
Divide the salmon parcels, tomatoes and vegetables between the plates and tuck in. I would suggest two parcels for a child and three for an adult.