Haddock pie

    Flaky haddock makes for a lovely fish pie, and we have loads of haddock pie recipes that are both easy to make and delicious!

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    32 reviews

    This pie uses creme fraiche and cheese instead of a time consuming and tricky roux based sauce, making it so easy and quick to rustle up. It's also delicious!

    Recipe by: gingerbiscuit

    13 reviews

    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.

    Recipe by: Azmina Govindji

    29 reviews

    This filling recipe is best enjoyed on a cold day. Great served with peas or broccoli and some crusty bread.

    Recipe by: Patches

    8 reviews

    Fisherman's pie topped with cheese for a wonderfully golden crisp mash topping.

    Recipe by: Tom

    7 reviews

    This is a fish pie recipe I found on another website but I changed so much of it, I decided to add my own recipe.

    Recipe by: Brookat34

    2 reviews

    A delicious fish pie with haddock and smoked cod, that is covered with mashed potatoes instead of pastry.

    Recipe by: hisacke

    2 reviews

    This more-ish fish crumble is comfort food at its best: smoked haddock and whiting in a smooth sauce, covered with a crisp herby topping. Serve with baked jacket potatoes, baby carrots and peas.

    Recipe by: Norma MacMillan

    No reviews

    This creamy fish pie tastes luxurious but is relatively low in fat. Pungent capers and gherkins have long been favourite flavourings in Britain and bring piquant contrast to the mild, comforting tastes and textures of fish, eggs and potato.

    Recipe by: Chrissie Lloyd

    2 reviews

    This fish pie recipe is a family favourite. It's great to warm you up on cold winter evenings, or in the summer served with a fresh green salad. You can use Cheddar or Red Leicester if you prefer. A plain béchamel sauce is also tasty, but do try adding just a little nutmeg.

    Recipe by: Vickie de Vries

    No reviews

    This was created when I had bought fish and then discovered I had no flour in the house to make a white sauce for my intended fish pie dinner.What to do? A tin of Heinz Asparagus soup came to the rescue and apart from being much easier to assemble, the dish is quite delicious. I make it as a light main course, a starter and even little canapes, served in mini scallop shells.

    Recipe by: FiSummer

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