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Can I have your recipe for fish pie please...

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LoveBeingAMummyKissingSanta Tue 02-Dec-08 12:36:04

...by the way have no cream only milk and flour for the sauce.. Cheers

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norksinmywaistband Tue 02-Dec-08 12:39:19

here is a good one

sophy Tue 02-Dec-08 16:20:29

Thats how I make mine too, although don;t usually bother with the onion bit and often leave out the parsley too.

CharleeInPantoPaperChains Tue 02-Dec-08 16:22:39

By far The Best

Mercy Tue 02-Dec-08 16:27:48

I do the same as nork's link (but leave out the eggs)

LoveBeingAMummyKissingSanta Tue 02-Dec-08 16:52:03

Thanks charlee that's the one I normally make (have left the book at parents), thanks too norks.

Will prob hash a mix of both.

I never put eggs in either - why do all the recipes have them in????

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WhirlingStirling Tue 02-Dec-08 18:53:08

I always use a recipe by Gary Rhodes. Cant find it online but basically...
. Poach some smoked haddock, cod and salmon
. Make a white sauce using the poaching milk
. Add lots of chopped parsley to the sauce
. wilt some spinach and spread it on the bottom of a large ovenproof dish
. flake the fish over the spinach
. throw in a few large cooked prawns
. cover with parsley sauce
. cover all with mashed potato

Def the best one I have tried.

sophy Tue 02-Dec-08 18:54:12

eggs are de rigeur imo

moopymoo Tue 02-Dec-08 18:54:33

as whirling but I often add chopped hard boiled egg and chopped capers.

Salleroo Tue 02-Dec-08 18:59:39

Just made Hugh F-Ws, got the recipe on the beeb. Was so good I had thirds. Mind you the bechemel was too thick so will in future use 2 oz flour instead of 2.5

ComeOVeneer Tue 02-Dec-08 19:02:00

Mine is the same as whirly's but I add softened shallots to the sauce and often grated cheese/breadcrumbs over the mash for a crunchy topping.

pointydog Tue 02-Dec-08 19:12:27

don;t forget the cod worms

har har

BEAUTlFUL Tue 02-Dec-08 19:14:58

I hate my fish pie recipe (Delia's). Inevitably it uses up every bloody pan/fork/bowl in the house and all my patience. I make four and freeze three... Thn forget how annoying it is to make, and repeat the ordeal.

poshwellies Tue 02-Dec-08 19:15:42

Agree with Salleroo-Hfw's recipe is loooovely,very rich but delish.

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