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Jamie Oliver fish pie?

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teenyweenytadpole Sat 08-Dec-12 17:02:45

A friend once made me this lovely fish pie, you just put the fish in a dish without poaching and topped it with things - I seem to recall spinach was one of the things. I can't find the recipe and friend not around for me to ask. Does anyone know it? Thanks!

InNeedOfBrandyButter Sat 08-Dec-12 17:03:46

Have you tried googling it? Last time I made fish pie I googles for a recipe and his came up.

CBuzz Sun 09-Dec-12 21:12:35

Think it's in return of the naked chef. It's scrummy, with hard boiled eggs and spinach, and a creamy cheesy sauce.

HappyHippyChick Sun 09-Dec-12 21:27:12

Recipe and method here

TeamSledward Sun 09-Dec-12 21:31:02

I use this one as you don't need to make a sauce. I do stir in a small tub of creme fraiche though.

Bakingnovice Mon 10-Dec-12 13:10:33

Can you use creme fraiche instead of cream? just trying to be a but healthier for kids. Would half cream half creme fraiche work?

Also if you don't precook the fish will it cook
Ok in the oven? It won't be too watery?

I'm trying to get my kids to eat more fish do this recipe would be great.

teenyweenytadpole Wed 12-Dec-12 20:25:58

Hiya well I made a version of it and it was delish - put chunks of salmon, smoked haddock and cod in a dish, put grated carrot, mushrooms and spinach leaves on top (none of this pre-cooked by the way), dobbed on some creme fraiche, topped with mash and grated cheese, baked in oven for about 30 mins or so. Lovely.

Owlfright Thu 13-Dec-12 09:54:42

I have made this several times, it's lovely and not watery.

I would really like to make one and freeze it, but I'm I not sure wether it would work (and wether I should cook it first or not).

If anyone could share a good fish pie recipie for freezing I would be very grateful!

paneer Wed 19-Dec-12 14:06:21

The MoF one is my fave dish.
I do freeze it and it is OK. But not often as I tend to eat the whole lot.

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