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Fish Pie

by Emily

by EmilyViewed 11794 times


    Description

    Fisn in creamy sauce topped with potato. Lovely family meal.

    Method

    1. 1. Place the butter, flour and milk in a saucepan, heat stirring continuously until the sauce thickens, boils and is smooth.

    2. 2. Add the fish, peas, sweetcorn, egg and parsley and cook for 2-3 minutes.

    3. 3. Place in a large ovenproof dish. Keep warm.

    4. 4. Mash the potato with a little extra milk and blend together, spoon onto the fish mixture.

    5. 5. Sprinkle over the cheese and place under a hot grill for a few minutes until the cheese has melted.

    6. 6. Garnish with a sprig of parsley.

    3 Comments

    • by Dogsmum

      Dogsmum  Sat May 1 2010   • Reply

      I made this the other day, live on my own so had plenty to freeze too. Thanks so much, its delicious

    • by leanne79

      leanne79  Thu Jan 7 2010   • Reply

      this is a great family recipe, really tasty, my children are 3 and 1 years old so i used a fish pie mix (which is chunks of salmon/cod and haddock) because i wasn't sure if they'd like just haddock, this works really well and they love it. thankyou

    • by mediocre_mum

      mediocre_mum  Sun Oct 25 2009   • Reply

      Fish is a bit hit and miss with my daughter but she loves this and I had loads left over so I could freeze a few pots for her.

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    Ingredients

    • 50g butter
    • 50g plain flour
    • 1 pint milk
    • 500g Smoked haddock. skinned and cubed
    • 120g frozen peas
    • 1 can sweetcorn. drained
    • 1  eggs. hard boiled and chopped
    • 400g potatoes. peeled. diced. cooked
    • 1 tbsp. fresh parsley. chopped
    • 60g cheese. grated
    Fish Pie Recipe at MyDish

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    Fish Pie

    by jade.devlin

    by jade.devlinViewed 413 times


      Description

      A delicious, convenient and affordable recipe from Canned Food UK. Don't forget to recycle those cans!

      Method

      1. 1. Preheat the oven to 190°C/375°F/Gas Mark 5.
      2. 2. Lay the fish in a large frying pan and pour over the milk. Cover and bring slowly to the boil. Simmer gently for 5-7 minutes or until the fish flakes apart. Remove the fish and place into one large ovenproof dish or four individual dishes.
      3. 3. Add the soup to the milk and heat gently until thoroughly combined.
      4. 4. Add the sweet corn, peas, parsley, nutmeg (if using), the lemon juice and pepper, and pour over the fish.
      5. 5. Place the potatoes on top of the fish and scatter with cheese.
      6. 6. Bake for 25 minutes or until the potatoes are beginning to turn golden and the fish filling is hot and bubbling.

      7. Nutritional value per serving
      8. Calories: 417
      9. Carbohydrate: 33.8 g
      10. Protein: 33.5 g
      11. Fat: 17.4 g
      12. Saturated fat: 8.2 g
      13. Fibre: 2.8 g

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      Ingredients

      • 250g  cod or haddock fillet, skinned
      • 150g smoked haddock fillet, skinned
      • 200ml milk
      • 1 x 295g can condensed mushroom soup
      • 1 x 198g can sweet corn
      • 1 x 300g can peas
      • 4tsp freshly chopped parsley
      •  freshly ground nutmeg (optional)
      •  juice of ½ lemon
      •  freshly ground black pepper
      • 1 x 820g can potatoes, drained and cut into quarters
      • 125g cheddar cheese, grated
      Scrummy Fish Pie Recipe at MyDish

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      Scrummy Fish Pie

      by helbel

      by helbelViewed 19393 times


        Description

        srummy fish pie: this fishy treat is not only great for adults but good for kids too!

        Method

        1. Cut fish into chunks, making sure there are no bones. Place into a shallow dish. Pour over the milk and poach at gas mark 5/190
        2. degrees c for 20 mins. Drain and reserve poaching milk.
        3. Boil the potatoes for fifteen mins until soft. Drain and mash with a little milk and half the butter.
        4. To make the sauce, melt the remaining butter, stir in the flour and cook for 1 min.Gradually stir in poaching milk and then bring to boil stirring all the time.
        5. Remove from heat, season well and add the chopped parsley. Add the fish to the sauce and place in the dish. spread over the mash.
        6. Place under a hot grill until crispy and golden brown.

        4 Comments

        • by feetee

          feetee  Wed Jan 5 2011   • Reply

          This is a great recipe. I love the simple recipe. My family love it too. Thanks. x

        • by JohnSerthy

          JohnSerthy  Tue Sep 28 2010   • Reply

          I love fish! Great share!

        • by JillM

          JillM  Sat Sep 26 2009   • Reply

          Oops, sorry, helbel,I see you have parsley in your recipe - I missed this.

        • by JillM

          JillM  Sat Sep 26 2009   • Reply

          Fish Pie is my husband's favourite food. I make mine just like this, but use undyed smoked haddock and a couple of chopped hard-boiled eggs, and add some chopped fresh parsley to the sauce. Delicious!

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        Ingredients

        • 300g cod fillets skinned
        • 100g salmon fillets skinned
        • 200g king prawns
        • ½ pint milk
        • 675g potatoes
        • 50g butter
        • 25g plain flour
        • 1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley
        • good pinch salt and pepper
        Fabulous Fish Pie (freeze) Recipe at MyDish

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        Fabulous Fish Pie (freeze)

        by m_manfredi

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          Method

          1. What to do:
          2. 1. Preheat the oven to 200°C, fan 180°C, gas mark 6.
          3. 2. Boil the potatoes for 15-20 minutes until tender, then drain them and mash with 2 tbsp of the milk.
          4. 3. Put the remaining milk, low-fat spread and flour into a saucepan and bring to the boil over a medium
          5. heat, stirring continuously with a small whisk or wooden spoon until the sauce bubbles and thickens. Stir in
          6. the parsley (if using) add the peas and season with pepper.
          7. 4. Place the chunks of fish in an ovenproof dish, pour the sauce over, then top with mashed potato.
          8. Sprinkle the cheese evenly over the surface.
          9. 5. Bake in the centre of the oven for 25-30 minutes, until the top is golden brown. Serve with steamed or
          10. boiled broccoli.
          11. Tip 1: Use your choice of fish, such as cod, haddock or salmon. Look out for fish pie mix from the fresh fish
          12. counter, which is economical to buy.
          13. Tip 2: If you like, make in individual ovenproof dishes to make serving simple.
          14. Tip 3: Always grate cheese for cooking to make it go further. It will melt more quickly, too.

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          Ingredients

          • 700g Potatoes
          • 425ml Milk (pref. semi-skimmed)
          • 25g Clover Lighter
          • 25g plain flour
          • 2 tbsp fresh parsley. chopped
          • 100g frozen peas
          • 1 pinch Black pepper
          • 300g Cod or haddock fillets. skinned
          • 25g reduced fat cheese