Flaky haddock makes for a lovely fish pie, and we have loads of haddock pie recipes that are both easy to make and delicious!
About the only dish in my house that gets the whole family licking the plate clean. (Even my fussy 3-year old!) Simple and delicious.
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!
Fisherman's pie topped with cheese for a wonderfully golden crisp mash topping.
A delicious fish pie with haddock and smoked cod, that is covered with mashed potatoes instead of pastry.
I just wanted to share this recipe as it is so reliably good and easy to prepare. Use mashed potato or puff pastry as a topping, this dish is as good if not better than any restaurant fish pie out there. If you love it, it is all my own doing and you are welcome, if you don't.. I got the recipe off the net.. Make sure one of your fish ingredients has been smoked. Just as tasty the day after cooking!
Catchy name aside, this dream dish was really a delightful accident. Attempting to make fish pie pasties, I ended up with parcels that opened in the oven to form puff pastry bowls. I will be making this again and again - gorgeous!
Just because this is low calorie doesn't mean it's lacking in flavour or portion size. I've played around with this recipe and it'll deliver four man-sized portions and plenty of flavour for less than 500 calories per serving! I achieved most of this simply by substituting half of the potato for swede (the swede gives the mash a nice colour too) and using a low calorie cheese spread instead of Red Leicester or Cheddar.
This is the result of mish mashing a few recipes, I found, online. My family liked it so much, there was no second helping!
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.
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.