Fish pie for tea tonight

@Anne18 (11036)
December 12, 2008 4:02am CST
How do you cook your fish pie? I throw the fish in the dish, add some peas and sweetcorn, make a white sauce pour that one and top with mashed potatoes, throw it in the over for about 40 mins or until it looks cooked. Tell me how you cook your fish pie
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@jerzgirl (7805)
• Gloucester City, New Jersey
12 Dec 08
I've never made anything like that. What kind of fish do you use? If I were to make something like that, I would either use tuna or I'd go with cooked chicken or ham. It sounds interesting, a little like a seafood version of Shepherd's pie (maybe it should be fisherman's pie).
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@Anne18 (11036)
12 Dec 08
The cheapest frozen fish.... coley its a white fish
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@jerzgirl (7805)
• Gloucester City, New Jersey
12 Dec 08
So, I could use cod or haddock as well. I'd never heard of colia, but I know the other white fish. Sounds pretty easy to do. I will definitely have to try it. I recently made a pie using leftover pot roast, gravy and peas. I shredded the meat in Mom's processor, stirred in the broth and gravy and added leftover peas to the mix and put it all in a pie plate. I topped it with leftover mashed potatoes and it turned out really good. I gave what was left to my daughter to take to work and she liked it as well. But, I'll definitely have to try yours.
@Anne18 (11036)
12 Dec 08
Fish pie was yummy yummy
@kun2349 (23475)
• Singapore
12 Dec 08
Fish pie?? I have never heard of it and have never eaten it before.. hehe ^_^ How does it taste like and what kind of fish u use?? Dory fish, fish fillet or snow fish?? hehe SO far, i have only eaten shepherd's pie, chicken pie and the closest to fish will be tuna pie.. hehe
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@tyc415 (5706)
• United States
12 Dec 08
I have never heard of fish pie but the way you say you make it sounds wonderful. I do love fish for sure and it is nice to see it cooked other than just fried, baked or broiled.
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@subha12 (18462)
• India
12 Dec 08
We do not make it as such. if still needed, I will say that we make fish fillets. add a coating with gram flour, mashed peas and then fry them
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@savypat (20248)
• United States
12 Dec 08
forget it , I'm not cooking, I'm coming to your house for fish pie. Thanks for asking.
@Anne18 (11036)
12 Dec 08
Plenty for you and everyone else
@Anne18 (11036)
12 Dec 08
Well Savypat, its in the oven, see you in 30 mins!!LOL
@AmbiePam (45811)
• United States
12 Dec 08
I have never had fish pie. Is this a traditional English dish? And is it true sardines are very popular in England? I read a book by an English chef and she said sardines were very popular, especially on sandwiches.
@Anne18 (11036)
12 Dec 08
I have no idea if fish pie is a traditional english dish. I'm not sure if sardines are popular, I like them on a baked potato as they are very cheap to buy in a tin
@Humbug25 (12552)
12 Dec 08
Hi Anne18 I do almost the same as you but I cook the fish in milk and then use that to make a cheese sauce with. I put the sauce with the fish, some broccoli and cauliflower and then throw some mash on top and then slam it in the oven until it is brown on the top.
@tyc415 (5706)
• United States
12 Dec 08
Yummy, that sounds good too with the cheese sauce and broccoli.
@suzzy3 (8400)
15 Dec 08
Thats exactly how I make mine,it is delicious do you use cheese sauce sometimes really lovely,the flavour is something else.I serve mine with brocolli.
@winterose (39931)
• Canada
12 Dec 08
I don't like fish pie, I hardly like fish, my mom loves salmon pie though.
@missybear (11396)
• United States
12 Dec 08
I never made fish pie,but i'm gonna try your recepice it sounds really yummy.