About this recipe: A simple fish pie can be transformed into a feast by the addition of prawns and mushrooms. Serve with a colourful medley of steamed vegetables, such as sugarsnap peas, carrots and baby corn.
Make a fish and vegetable pie. Omit the prawns, and add 115 g (4 oz) cooked diced carrot, 115 g (4 oz) fresh or frozen peas and 3 tbsp chopped fresh parsley to the sauce with the haddock and other ingredients. Top with mashed potato mixed with equal quantities of mashed carrots or swedes. * Flavour the sauce with 1 tbsp anchovy essence or 2 canned anchovy fillets, drained and chopped.
Haddock is a useful source of vitamin B6. This vitamin helps the body to utilise protein and it also contributes to the formation of haemoglobin, the pigment in red blood cells. * Incorporating both potatoes and pasta in this recipe helps to boost the intake of starchy carbohydrates. * Fromage frais is a soft cheese originating from France. The consistency varies from runny to quite thick, depending on the fat content. Plain fromage frais can be used in recipes as a low-fat alternative to cream.
B1, B6, B12, niacin * C, calcium, copper, potassium, selenium, zinc * A, B2, folate, iron
thanks for putting the recipe on this site because it is amazing dish - 05 Feb 2013