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Kiwi Smoked Fish Pie Kiwi Smoked Fish Pie

Posted on by Lesley Armstrong
Kiwi Smoked Fish Pie
1 lb can Sealord Smoked Fish Fillets
2 lb cooked mashed potatoes
2 oz butter
10 oz milk
salt & pepper
1 Tbsp flour
2 tsp chopped parsley
2 hardboiled eggs
Mash potatoes, mixing in 1/2 of the butter and a little milk.  Season with salt and pepper.  Melt remaining 1 oz butter in a saucepan, take off the heat and slowly add flour, put back on heat until butter is just bubbling again, then gradually add milk.  Stir till mixture thickens and cook for 4-5mins to make a good white sauce.
Add parsley, chopped eggs and drained fish.  Line a piedish with half the mashed potatoes, fill with the fish mixture, and pile remainder of potatoes on top, streaking the top of the potatoes with a fork.  Cook at 350 F for about half an hour, until the pie is cooked thru and the potatoes are browned.   Browning can also be done under the grill.
The addition of some parmesan cheese before popping the dish in the oven makes for a nice cheesy crust too!
 
Kiwi Smoked Fish Pie
1 lb can Sealord Smoked Fish Fillets
2 lb cooked mashed potatoes
2 oz butter
10 oz milk
salt & pepper
1 Tbsp flour
2 tsp chopped parsley
2 hardboiled eggs
Mash potatoes, mixing in 1/2 of the butter and a little milk.  Season with salt and pepper.  Melt remaining 1 oz butter in a saucepan, take off the heat and slowly add flour, put back on heat until butter is just bubbling again, then gradually add milk.  Stir till mixture thickens and cook for 4-5mins to make a good white sauce.
Add parsley, chopped eggs and drained fish.  Line a piedish with half the mashed potatoes, fill with the fish mixture, and pile remainder of potatoes on top, streaking the top of the potatoes with a fork.  Cook at 350 F for about half an hour, until the pie is cooked thru and the potatoes are browned.   Browning can also be done under the grill.
The addition of some parmesan cheese before popping the dish in the oven makes for a nice cheesy crust too!
 
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