swish fish pie recipe

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The creamy sauce of leeks, fennel, peas, sweetcorn, spring onion, and dill is simply irresistible. Topped with delicately sliced potatoes and grated mature cheese, which, once baked, goes golden and crunchy. It’s the ultimate comfort food!

What do we love about our swish fish pie?

This dish is perfect for getting more fish into children’s diets! Both salmon & smoked haddock are great sources of protein, which is needed in the diet for growth & muscle repair. Haddock is a white fish, and a good source of iron.

Salmon is an oily fish high in long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, important for heart health, and a good source of vitamin D.

The cheese that tops this fish pie is a good source of protein and calcium, needed to help build strong bones & teeth.


- butter
- cooking oil
- onion
- leek
- fennel
- fennel seeds
- garlic cloves
- gluten free flour
- whole milk
- fish stock cube
- dill
- double cream
- sweetcorn
- peas
- lemon
- spring onions
- wholegrain mustard

Download the full swish fish pie recipe, HERE.

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