Fish Finger Pie…

Happy Tuesday.

Are you looking for something different for dinner tonight?

Fish Finger Pie anyone?

Treat your family to a yummy fish finger pie this Seafood Week, with Young’s Omega 3 Fish Fingers combined with mashed potato and peas.

A perfect healthy meal for any day of the week and simple to make if the kids want to lend a helping hand!

A great way to get the children involved in the cooking.

How fun?

How To Make Fish Finger Pie:

What you need:

  • 10 Young’s Omega 3 Fish Fingers
  • 1 medium red pepper sliced into wedges
  • 1 tin baked beans
  • Potatoes – mashed
  • Handful of grated cheddar cheese
  • 1 tbsp olive oil


How To Make:

  1. Preheat the oven to 220°C / 190°C Fan / Gas Mark 7 – cook the fish fingers according to the instructions on pack.
  2. Panfry the red peppers in the olive oil until soft. Add the baked beans to the mixture and heat gently.
  3. Place the red pepper and baked beans mixture into the base of an oven proof dish.
  4. Cut the cooked fish fingers into chunks and place on top of the baked beans mix.
  5. Cover with mashed potato and sprinkle the grated cheddar cheese over the top.
  6. Finish under a pre-heated grill until golden.

*Recipe and recipe photography by Young’s Seafood*


*No Payment was received*

What do you think of this Fish Finger Pie?

Fancy making one?

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What better way to start off a family meal than a classic prawn cocktail? 

Are there any starter better than this? Such a classic favourite of mine.

The Large Canadian Prawns from Young’s are ready to eat and will impress on a bed of crispy lettuce, drizzled with mouth-watering Marie Rose sauce.

Delicious.


You can find the recipe here: Prawn Cocktail.

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