Fish Pie

Bee's Baking - Fish PieAdapted from Jamie Oliver

Ingredients

1kg potatoes
2 celery stalks
1 carrot
1 lemon
½ red chilli
4 parsley sprigs
150g cheddar cheese (reduced fat was used here)
300g salmon fillets
300g smoked haddock (cod was used instead here)
150g prawn meat
1 handful (~45g) spinach, chopped (optional)
2 tomatoes (~300g), quartered (optional)
Salt & pepper (to taste)
20g margarine or butter (or more, to taste – can also use olive oil)
Olive oil, to taste
1-2 tablespoons milk (optional)

Method

1. Preheat oven to 200°C/400°F and bring a large pot of salted water to the boil
2. Peel (I used baby potatoes with thin skins so didn’t bother) and chop the potatoes into 2cm pieces and cook in the boiling water until soft (~12 minutes)
3. Peel the carrot and then grate it, along with the celery and cheese, into a deep baking tray or casserole dish
4. Grate the zest from the lemon, finely chop the parsley and chilli, then add them to the baking dish
5. Cut the fish into bite-sized pieces and add to the dish with the prawns
6. Squeeze over the juice from the zested lemon, and add olive oil, salt, and pepper to taste
7. Add spinach and tomatoes (if using), and mix ingredients together well
8. When potatoes are cooked, drain and then mash them with desired amounts of butter/margarine/oil, milk, and seasoning
9. Spread mashed potatoes over the fish and vegetable mixture evenly
10. Bake for ~40 minutes or until cooked through and golden on the top

Nutritional Information

– Recipe yields 5 servings
– Each serving contains ~552 calories, 51g carbs, 61g protein, and 10g fat

Bee's Baking - Fish Pie

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