Posted in Slow Cook

Fish Pie

Fish Pie

mixed white fish, prawns milk, flour, eggs, butter, nutmeg, potato, cheese, salt and pepper, chilli flakes, vegetable to serve

1 hour

This is not a traditional way to make fish pie, but it saves on the washing up and is very tasty too!

Start by peeling and cutting potatoes into quarters and putting on to boil to make the mash topping, also put two eggs on to hard boil. While the potato and eggs are boiling gently fry an onion in a generous knob of butter add 1 tsp of nutmeg and a sprinkle of chilli flakes. Once the onion is soft add 1 tbsp of plain flour and mix together. Slowly add milk to the mixture and keep stirring, the flour adds as a thickener and your sauce should be relatively thick. Add mixed fish and prawns to the sauce and slowly stir until the fish is cooked, add more milk if the sauce is lacking. Allow the sauce to slowly cook for a few more minutes before taking off the heat and adding generous amounts of salt and pepper. Now it is an assembly job; make the mash by adding milk, butter, salt and pepper to the boiled potatoes and mashing away. Peel the hard boiled eggs and chop into quarters and add to the sauce. Put the sauce into a oven proof dish and top with the mash potaoe. Sprinkle cheese over the topping and cook for 20 minutes at 180c, serve with veg of your choice and a nice glass of wine.

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The hopeful 'Zoella' of cooking... I'm 22 and currently a final year geography student at the University of Manchester, with a passion for all things food. Hope you enjoying reading my blog and would love it if you get involved! Josephine x https://josephineharrington.wordpress.com/

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