Fish Pie

Fish pie is another classic that everyone makes different. My recipe is super easy, affordable and tasty. I have used frozen fish in mine as it is so much more affordable then fresh but you can use whatever you like and can get your hands on.

Prep Time: 20 mins

Cook Time: 1 hour (Approximately)

Portions: 4 – 5 People

Ingredients

  • Frozen Fish, I used 2 fillets each of Salmon, Cod and Haddock, but you can use what ever you like
  • 1 packet of prawns (optional, if you don’t like them you don’t have to put them in )
  • Frozen Peas
  • 40g Butter
  • 40g Flour
  • 1 Pint of Milk (any of your choice)
  • 3 – 4 Large Potatoes
  • Grated Cheese of your Choice

Equipment you will need

  • Oven Proof Dish
  • Sauce Pans
  • Wooden Spoon
  • Baking Tray
  • Grater

Method

  1. First you need to preheat your oven and put all your fish in the oven to cook, as it’s frozen it will take about 20 – 30 mins to cook
  2. Whiles your fish is cooking you can now peel and cut your potatoes on to boil ready for your mash
  3. Now your fish is cooking and your potatoes are boiling you can now start your white sauce.
  4. First take a medium size sauce pan and melt your butter then pour your flour in and cook for a few minutes as this will cook the flour out and stop it from tasting of flour in the end. Now you can add your milk a little at a time and remember to continue to stir the whole time to stop it from becoming lumpy. When your sauce is done don’t forget to season with salt and pepper and even a tsp of paprika if you like, I find this gives a great smoky flavour
  5. By now your fish should be cooked so you can take this and flake into your oven proof dish add your prawns and frozen peas then pour over your sauce and mix
  6. Now take your potatoes and mash to be light and fluffy and put on top of your fish sprinkle with cheese of your choice and bake in the over for 20 – 30 mins until golden brown then enjoy

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