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Preparation time: 30 Minutes
Cooking time: 1 Hour
There are many variations to the traditional fish pie recipe, some use white fish others smoked fish but my personal favorite uses fresh white fish with some shellfish. I try to avoid using both smoked and white fish together. This fish pie recipe will serve four, takes about half an hour to prepare and under an hour to cook.
250g fresh cod or haddock; skinned, gutted and filleted (white fish is excellent, but you may prefer smoked fish)
250g mixed prepared shellfish, (mussels, prawns, scallops for example)
6 medium potatoes
1 tbs of flour
50g of butter
1 pint of milk
A saucer of grated cheese
Salt & pepper to taste
Maggie from Canterbury emailed Yourcounty to say:
"consider using half a teaspoon of Thai fish paste, it really makes a difference"
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