Recipe – Fishermen’s Pie 🐟 

Just sharing a recipe for my take on Fishermen’s Pie. It’s an easy one pot method and it went down a storm with my Bubsy. He gobbled it all up. I used cod but I suppose you could use any bit of fish. 

I also had half a pouch of Ella’s Kitchen Big Smiles Cheesy Pie left over as my teething baby refused to eat it (hot or cold!). So I had a spot of inspiration and decided to use it instead of chucking it away. This can easily be omitted, though.  

I spooned out 6 toddler portions and stuck them in the freezer. I then had plenty left over and am planning on using that make a mummy and daddy version tomorrow. 

Ingredients

  •  250g of skinless and boneless cod (roughly dived into cubes)
  • 10 baby potatoes (shredded) 
  • 1 small tin of baby carrots (finally sliced)
  • 1/2 a pouch of Ella’s Kitchen Big Smiles Cheesy Pie
  • Knob of butter
  • 1 tablespoon of olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon of dried chives
  • 2 teaspoons of dried mixed herbs
  • Freshly cracked black pepper (to taste)
  • Milk (enough to submerge all the other ingredients)
  • Grated cheddar cheese (a couple of handfuls)

Method

  • Boil the shredded potatoes in water for a few minutes to remove the starch.
  • Drain the water out and rinse the potatoes 
  • Put the potatoes back in the pan along with everything else (bar Ella’s Kitchen pouch and the cheddar cheese)
  • Cook on a medium/low heat until the potatoes are mush (basically you won’t be able to see the shredded strands anymore)
  • Then add in Ella’s Kitchen pouch (this step can be omitted as the cheese will do the same job)
  • Add in the cheddar cheese
  • Once the cheese has melted, that’s it, you’re done. 

Simple. Hope your baby enjoys it as much as mine did. 

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