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Fish Shepherds Pie


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Ingredients

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  • 200 g smoked salmon, roughly chopped
  • 600 g Milk
  • 750 g desiree (pink skinned) potatoes, diced into 1-2cm pieces
  • 100 g Butter
  • 50 g plain flour
  • 150 g frozen peas & corn, (or one or the other)
  • a few sprigs of parsley
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 3 eggs
  • 500 g water for steaming
  • 200 g White Fish Fillets
  • 1 brown onion, halved
  • 6
    25min
    Preparation 5min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    medium
    Preparation
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Recipe's preparation

    Pie filling
  1. Make a foil parcel by cutting two pieces of foil the same size as your top Varoma tray.  

    Put one piece on the top tray (folding edges up slightly) and lay your white fish fillets on top, add 1 MC of milk and season with salt and pepper.  

     

  2. Place second sheet of foil on top and gently fold edges of the two pieces together to seal the parcel (you will want to be able to unseal this parcel later without tearing the foil, to retain the milk and juice).

  3. Chop garlic, parsley and onion for 3 seconds, speed 5

    Scrape down and add 500g water to TM bowl

    Put lid on, add diced potatoes to bottom half of Varoma, put fish tray in place, cover with lid and cook on Varoma temp for 6 minutes, speed 2 (6 minutes is just a reminder to add the eggs in for the last 14 minutes of cooking time)

    After 6 minutes, insert basket with 3 eggs, return Varoma to position and reset timer for 14 minutes, Varoma temp, speed 2

  4. After cooking, remove Varoma and set aside (place lid underneath to catch drips)

    Put eggs in cold water to cool down so you can peel them easier in a moment

    Gently open foil parcel and flake the fish into bite sized pieces and set aside, retaining the milk and juices in the foil to add to the white sauce next

  5. Pour garlic, onion and parsley from the TM bowl into strainer and retain with the flaked fish

    Add retained fish juice and milk to TM bowl, along with the other 500g milk, flour and half of the butter

    Cook on 90c for 7 minutes, speed 4

    While this is cooking, peel your eggs and roughly chop them

  6. When sauce is finished add in the parsley, onion, garlic, white fish, smoked salmon, chopped egg, peas and corn and gently fold this through with the spatula, then tip pie filling into a casserole dish and wash TM bowl

  7. Return cooked potatoes to the TM bowl, add the remaining 50g of butter and mash for 15 seconds on speed 4 (you can use the butterfly for this if you want really smooth creamy mash, but I like mine a bit more textured...do yours for longer if required)

    Scrape mash mixture on top of the pie filing in your casserole dish and spread over top with a fork

    Bake for approx 20 minutes, 180c in oven until top is golden

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Tip

Try adding some grated cheese to the top of your pie 

Substitute smoked salmon for 1 salmon fillet and cook this with your white fish at the beginning

Add some dijon or wholegrain mustard to your white sauce

 

 


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  • I put a spoon of vegetable stock paste in the...

    Submitted by Mummycram on 20. May 2020 - 05:18.

    I put a spoon of vegetable stock paste in the cooking water,
    and cooked approx 25% sweet potatoes
    the sauce was a bit sloppy so would use a bit less milk next time

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  • AmesinAus:Just cook the potatoes longer if they...

    Submitted by Wendy bauve on 24. November 2017 - 22:17.

    AmesinAus:Just cook the potatoes longer if they aren't ready (test with knife). The original recipe said 600 mls milk but I think this included the 100mls in the TM cup.

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  • I was very happy to find this recipe as I used to...

    Submitted by Wendy bauve on 24. November 2017 - 22:12.

    I was very happy to find this recipe as I used to spend much longer making a fish pie the regular way.
    I made quite a few changes to suit my own diet in the following way:
    I halved the fish and add the same weight in extra vegies (carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, beans) using coconut milk instead of cow's milk.
    Next time I might not precook the fish as I found it chewy (I used some leftover barramundi).
    I put grated cheese in the white sauce and on top of the completed dish then sprinkled with paprika.
    Very yummy!

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  • kayteemaree92:...

    Submitted by Chrissie MW on 10. July 2017 - 11:25.

    kayteemaree92:

    Try Adding some dessicated coconut and oats, this gives it a good texture.

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  • Used marinara mix and a fresh fish we caught same...

    Submitted by Tash01 on 1. June 2017 - 18:43.

    Used marinara mix and a fresh fish we caught same day and added sweet potato in with the potato and my 6 and 13 year olds loved it...will be a regular in our house

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  • Such a nice way to have seafood!...

    Submitted by PinkSwan on 14. February 2017 - 16:04.

    Such a nice way to have seafood!

    i used all salmon fillets and added a tin of drained crab meat to the sauce along with a little wholegrain mustard, also sprinkled some paprika and cheese on top of the potato (potatoes do indeed need 5 min extra).

    Might add a few chopped capers next time for a little extra kick.

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  • Nice recipe. I used 1/2 a tin

    Submitted by GinStar on 9. November 2016 - 00:17.

    Nice recipe. I used 1/2 a tin of salmon instead of smoked salmon. Had to cook potatoes for an extra 5mins before mashing. placed grated cheese on top of the potato which was yummy. Cooked in oven for 30mins 

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  • Very nice, I used cream

    Submitted by LizzyLoc on 1. September 2016 - 22:15.

    Very nice, I used cream instead of milk and no butter at all. I used potato, sweet potato and swede for the topping and cottage cheese instead of cheese mixed in and whole grain mustard. White fish, no salmon. All because thats what I had in the fridge to use up and it was yum. i will make again and try with salmon and scallops...

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  • Great comfort food recipe! We

    Submitted by Spikesmum on 14. May 2016 - 17:51.

    Great comfort food recipe! We have lots of fresh fish so I am always looking for different ways to use it. I just used filleted flathead, no salmon. This will be a regular item on the menu. 

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  • Great recipe. I used salmon

    Submitted by Liem on 3. April 2016 - 00:03.

    Great recipe. I used salmon instead of smoked salmon. I didn't wash the bowl after the white sauce step, just scraped well. If a little white sauce got into the mashed potato, it didn't matter. 

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  • Probably due to my lack of

    Submitted by AmesinAus on 13. November 2015 - 19:08.

    Probably due to my lack of thermy experience, but I found this recipe didn't turn out so well. My potatoes where nowhere near cooked which I foolishly didn't check before mashing and baking the whole thing in the oven. I think I might actually try to somehow boil them in the water next time. Also there was way too much sauce - next time I will try 300g milk, 30g butter and 30g flour. Flavours are delicious even without the salmon, but I did add a teaspoon of EDC vegetable stock paste to increase the flavour. Will try again as I think some of my issues eould disappear with more practise. Thanks for sharing,

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  • Yummo! Made this for my

    Submitted by Summer77 on 15. July 2015 - 20:30.

    Yummo!

    Made this for my family on the weekend and it was a winner? I used smoked cod and mixed seafood. Found the sauce a little runny but that may have been from the spinach I added on top of the fish and beneath the potato. Will be cooking this again  tmrc_emoticons.) 

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  • This is a incredibly simple

    Submitted by JENNIGRANDMA on 16. May 2015 - 10:36.

    This is a incredibly simple way of poaching fish.  Really ingenious.  I only used fresh ling.  So found it needed a little more salt which the smoked cod would no doubt have given it.  It was so delicious. This is always how I will cook fish in the thermomix from now on.  If the onion was sauted first I think that would be nice also.  I found it served 6 people, but then I did use 600g fish total. Sprinkled the top with cheese. Served with a crisp white wine. Volia! Congratulations on a fantastic recipe.

    GrandmaB

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  • Great family meal! Could do

    Submitted by PinkSwan on 11. March 2015 - 15:50.

    Great family meal!
    Could do with a little salt adding to it tho.

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  • Oh BTW I used Ling as it was

    Submitted by mrsm_jones on 9. February 2015 - 22:03.

    Oh BTW I used Ling as it was on special in Coles from $21 per kilo down to $8. Worth checking the deli section.

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  • Great recipe. I doubled the

    Submitted by mrsm_jones on 9. February 2015 - 22:02.

    Great recipe. I doubled the fish, used salmon fillets and used some of the BCB vegetable stock paste in the sauce and it was delicious.

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  • Please help have just started

    Submitted by Adele Wall on 6. August 2014 - 20:08.

    Please help have just started cooking this and have put the potato in with the garlic onion and parsley as it says in step 3 where have I gone wrong, I can now not separate them, I think I've missed a step and not realised but can't find which step it was otherwise the house is smelling awesome 

     Just red it again what an idiot I've put the potato in the bottom not the top silly me oh well next time I'm going to have flavoured potatoes now

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  • Delicious ... Loved by all

    Submitted by MirandaCD on 20. July 2014 - 16:34.

    Delicious ... Loved by all the kids ... I added a tin of salmon to have more fish!

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  • oooh this was delicious!! I

    Submitted by jackie30 on 19. June 2014 - 12:06.

    oooh this was delicious!! I used tins of smoked salmon and sweet potatoes instead of normal and it was delicious! The toddler, the baby and the husband went back for seconds!!

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  • Yummy thank you 

    Submitted by simotini on 14. May 2014 - 13:49.

    Yummy thank you Closed lid Cooking 4

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  • This is an amazing recipe, I

    Submitted by lansi on 10. March 2014 - 18:51.

    This is an amazing recipe, I used salmon instead of smoked salmon and added it when the fish was steaming. I love the addition of the egg. Kids loved it!

    don't mention it's healthy and they'll eat it by the plate full!

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  • Yummy! Picky son even

    Submitted by nicad74 on 13. January 2014 - 22:44.

    Yummy! Picky son even enjoyed! And hubby went back for 2nds.

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  • A really creamy and delicious

    Submitted by spars75 on 23. September 2013 - 20:23.

    A really creamy and delicious dinner.

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  • Made it for my children for

    Submitted by Thermoliv on 3. September 2013 - 22:51.

    Made it for my children for lunch today, they loved it.

    I then had it for my lunch. Delicious! Thanks for sharing! tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Big tnumbs up, will be

    Submitted by Louise Saxon on 14. August 2013 - 23:06.

    Big tnumbs up, will be cooking this one again.  

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  • I've been making an identical

    Submitted by lilih on 3. May 2013 - 13:45.

    I've been making an identical fish pie (without a thermomix) for years - it's great to have it converted into a thermomix recipe so I longer have pots and pans everywhere!!  Thank you!

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  • made this tonight, used snapper and smoked...

    Submitted by Kerry Mc on 20. April 2013 - 21:24.

    Cooking 4 made this tonight, used snapper and smoked salmon. Added some white wine to the sauce. We thoroughly enjoyed it. Using thermomix makes a dish like this a lot easier to prepare. Great idea, thanks for sharing.

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  • Thanks for the info, Linda!

    Submitted by Nats Thermomixen in the Kitchen on 9. April 2013 - 22:21.

    Thanks for the info, Linda!

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  • Thanks Pamela, I missed out

    Submitted by Nats Thermomixen in the Kitchen on 9. April 2013 - 22:20.

    Thanks Pamela, I missed out mentioning to only use half the butter in the white sauce...I've amended this.

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  • Great to hear, thank you!

    Submitted by Nats Thermomixen in the Kitchen on 9. April 2013 - 22:14.

    Great to hear, thank you!

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  • This was yummy..just found

    Submitted by Pamela Harrower on 7. April 2013 - 11:41.

    This was yummy..just found the recipe was a bit confusing when it said put the potatoes in with the remaining butter....what remaining butter???. I put it all in earlier

    I used the salmon fillet and the white fish but found it has maybe a little too much sauce for the amount of fish. I would use more fish next time for this amount of sauce. It would easily feed 4 - 6 and with 400grm fish just didn't seem enough.

    Thought my potatoes cooked have been steamed a little longer too but overall  YUMMY Thank you I will definately be adding this to my favourites.

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  • Great timing for recipe of

    Submitted by trudiethermos on 6. April 2013 - 23:04.

    Great timing for recipe of the day, saved me time searching tmrc_emoticons.)

    Cooked this tonight using snapper only, and my result was beautiful.  Thank you tmrc_emoticons.)

    Live, Love, Laugh and Eat Smile

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  • Made this tonight, it's a

    Submitted by Tanyar on 6. April 2013 - 20:44.

    Made this tonight, it's a absolutely delicious even though I forgot the corn and peas! Made it with barramundi, will be a regular.

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  • Yuum! I can't wait for my

    Submitted by Tigerjet on 6. April 2013 - 10:12.

    tmrc_emoticons.) Yuum! I can't wait for my Thermomix to arrive!!! Will put this recipe on the list!

    Fiona Forbes

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  • Hello everyone.. can I

    Submitted by Linda Pether on 6. April 2013 - 08:37.

    Hello everyone.. can I suggest you use another type of fish instead of Basa please. There is an email circulating that is very informative on the process of this fish in Asia. Don't eat it please. It's not $7 a kilo because it's healthy. It's cheap because it's full of bacteria. Google it and you'll never buy again. There are so many fish to choose from in Aust waters that don't pose a risk to your family. Thanks for reading this

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  • Looks awesome Nat going to

    Submitted by Trisha's Thermomix on 6. April 2013 - 03:10.

    Looks awesome Nat going to give it a go  Cooking 4

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