January 27th, 2010

Fish Pie Category: Recipes

At the weekend my Uncle cooked a buffet of fish pie, chilli, haggis (the real stuff) and stir fry for my Grans birthday. The fish pie was lovely and Elodie had a mouthful too so last night I set about making my own, but under orders from Anthony, it was to contain NO prawns. I shouldn’t complain though as he is a reasonably new convert to fish.


Cod & Salmon Fish Pie
Salmon Loin, skinned
Cod Loin, skinned
1 pint milk
5 peppercorns,
1 carrot, peeled and cut into quarters
1 onion, peeled & halved
15g butter
15g plain flour
2 maris piper potatoes
butter (for mashing potatoes)

1. Poach fish in milk with carrot, onion and peppercorns
2. Put potatoes on to boil
3. When fish is cooked, take the fish out & put to one side
4. Remove carrot, onion & peppercorns and throw away (keep the milk!)
5. Melt butter in pan & add flour, cook through for a minute
6. Slowly add milk to the roux and stir until sauce thickens
7. Drain & mash potatoes
8. Flake fish into dish, top with dill and sauce then put mashed potato on top
9. Cook for 20 minutes at 200°c


2 Responses to “Fish Pie”

I can’t believe you left out the prawns! They’re the best bit! :)

I know Sarah! But if it means I can eat fish pie more often ;)

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