From cheap and cheerful cheese and potato pies to creamy potato-topped luxury fish pie - we have plenty of potato and sweet potato pies to try.
Are you fed up with cold meat and salads or perhaps you are a vegetarian looking for a tasty supper or lunch dish for Passover? I have sautéed a mélange of mushrooms, surrounded it with some mashed potato and baked it; giving a new meaning to mash!
A favourite of mine growing up...total comfort food. It was always on the table when I had had a bad day in school....Mam was a total mind-reader!!
Fish pie is usually popular with children, who may not otherwise be keen on fish. In this version, leek and watercress are added to boost the vitamin value, and sliced potato and cheese make an appealing topping. Try it with roasted tomatoes on the vine, cooked for about 15 minutes alongside the pie, or steamed broccoli.
Ring the changes by swapping the sausages for some hot smoked salmon or even smoked mackerel. This is ideal if you've any leftover mashed potato from the night before - a real bonus, as you'll save quite a bit of preparation time.
This fish pie is encased in pastry. It's a French-Canadian dish has been passed down from many generations. It's a simple pie that can be served with a bechamel sauce. If you like salmon you will enjoy this pie.