One of my lovely readers has got herself a Thermomix this week and has asked me if I could please blog a fish pie recipe. How exciting and of course I can blog a fish pie recipe. There are so many different variations of fish pie but I’ve decided on this one as it obviously uses the Thermie and it’s a popular one with my family. Anything the kids will eat has got to be a good right??
Mrs D's yummy prawn and salmon fish pie
This fish pie is not only pretty to look at but is totally delicious. Perfect for any time of the year 🙂
Author: Robyn (Mrs D plus 3)
Recipe type: Thermomix
- 500g fish (It could be any combination but I used salmon and prawns)
- Juice of ½ lemon
- 400g milk (I used skimmed)
- 200g water
- 60g butter
- 40g plain flour
- 2 tbs vegetable or fish stock
- 1 medium sweet potato, peeled and cubed
- ½ head of broccoli
- salt and pepper to taste
- 2 sheets of puff pastry
- 1 egg
- Preheat the oven to 180 degrees.
- Put the water plus 300g of milk into the TM bowl and insert the basket on top.
- Add all the fish into the basket and close the lid. Squeeze the lemon over the thermomix lid letting the juice drip in over the fish but catching all the pips.
- Cook the fish (in the milk) for 10 minutes at 100 degrees on speed 4.
- While the fish is cooking steam the veggies for about the same time (or until slightly soft) and set aside once cooked.
- Once the fish has cooked, tip out all the remaining milk into a separate jug and put aside for later.
- Tip the cooked fish and veggies into your serving dish.
- To make the sauce, weigh out 450g of the remaining milk (that you set aside). Add a little of the extra milk if you need to make it up to 450g.
- Add the butter, flour, stock and seasonings and cook for 4 minutes at 100 degrees on speed 4.
- Pour the sauce over the fish and veggies, making sure everything is evenly mixed in.
- Top the pie with puff pastry. This is the bit where you can get creative. I have attempted to cut mine into strips and plait it, but I'm pretty sure you could do better than me!
- Brush your beautiful pastry design with the beaten egg and pop it into the oven for 30 minutes or until golden brown.
Must try this Robyn looks delish, I love a fish pie, almost want it chilly again for that reason, almost!
Fancy pastry work!
That looks fabulous Mrs D. I’m pinning this for a rainy day.
Looking forward to catching up in person next week. xx
Wow this looks so yummy. I am absolutely loving all of your Thermomix recipes!! This will be perfect for a cold winters night! Thanks for joining us at our Fabulous Foodie Fridays party! xx
You know how sometimes you say, “I’m so going to make this,” but then never actually do – well I really am so going to make this. It looks delicious, we love to have seafood and coming into winter this will be perfect. You have some serious pastry work going on too – thanks so much
Got this in the oven right now. Looks good and the sauce tasted delicious!! Only thing I would say is that it took much more than ten minutes for my sweet potato to steam. Thanks for the recipe – can’t wait for it to bake + I think my toddler will love this.
I hope he did like it. Sorry about the sweet potato, I must admit that every time I’ve made it it take a slightly different amount of time to steam. Thanks for your feedback Emma. Robyn x
It was very yummy! i added 1/2 teaspoon of curry powder and substituted half the sweet potato for potato.
This didn’t work at all. Veggies took waaaay longer to cook and white sauce was like soup once I pulled it out of oven. we ate it with a spoon.
Sorry can only give one star because having spent $35 on quality seafood it was a complete fail
Oh my, this was delicious. Everyone loved it, my 2 yo loved it, my 5 yo loved it and hubby loved it. The only change i made was reduce the liquid in the sauce by about 50gm. Yum!