A traditional creamy fish pie with salmon & smoked cod with hidden peas & spinach topped with buttery mash potato & a cheddar cheese crumb.
Shelf-life: Day of delivery plus 4 days
690 calories per person
Mediterranean diet, Pescatarian, High in protein
Suitable for home freezing
Oven cook for best results & brown topping
- Preheat oven to 425F, remove sleeve & film from tray of fish pie. Place tray in oven & bake for 30-35 minutes or until mash is golden brown.
- Remove from oven & allow to stand for a minimum of 5 minutes before serving to firm up.
- Portion & serve into 2 portions using a fish spatula.
Potatoes, Milk 2% fat, Salmon (Atlantic Norwegian salmon) , Cream, Cod (Alaskan, Pacific ocean, wild long line caught), Smoked cod (Atlantic ocean, cold smoked), Butter, Peas, Cheddar cheese, Wheat flour, Potato Flake, Fish base, Spinach, Lemon zest, Parsley, Cornflour, Panko breadcrumbs, Salt, Black pepper
Allergens: Crustaceans, Fish, Gluten, Milk, Soybeans
Contains clams & celery
Calories 690, Fat 40g, Saturated fat 23g, Carbohydrates 45g, Protein 37g, Fibre 5g, Sodium 1120mg.
Excellent dish, very rich and flavorful. Needed to heat longer than directions but that’s ok, could of been my oven. This would be an excellent fall or winter dish with crusty bread. Will order this again.
I love this fish pie. I ordered this dish for two consecutive weeks. The mash potatoes are rich, creamy and perfectly seasoned. The filling was also perfectly saucy and seasoned with yummy salmon. I ate the leftovers for breakfast- yum.
This dish is flavorful and filled with fish. The mashed potato topping caps it off with cheese and bread crumbs. So easy to prepare, this dish is in our regular rotation.
What a nice dish on a cold winter lunch break. VERY satisfying, super easy to prepare and chock full of fish. GREAT VALUE, wonderful flavor. Genious!
The hubby and I never wanted to try this dish because "Fish Pie" simply didn't sound appetizing. After weeks and weeks of avoiding it, we decided to give it a try. It was DELICIOUS! Easy to prepare, sure, but unbelievably tasty. It's like a seafood version of Shepherd's pie. So we offer these ideas for a new name: Seafarer's Pie, Fisherman's Pie, Fisherman's Favorite, Dock Street Fish Bake. You get the idea. Give it a try. If you love seafood, you won't be disappointed.