Easy Fisherman’s Pie with Primula Light Cheese Spread

Recipe and photo credit by- Primula

Easy Fisherman’s Pie with Primula Light Cheese Spread

Easy Fisherman’s Pie with Primula Light Cheese Spread. Hello friends, fancy making a tasty Fisherman’s Pie? How yummy, fish pie served with mixed vegetables!?

How To Make A Easy Fisherman’s Pie with Primula Light Cheese Spread:

Serves 4


450g/1lb fresh or defrosted assorted fish; de-boned & de-skinned (we suggest 200g/7oz salmon, 200g/7oz cod, 50g/2oz prawns)

2 tubes Light Cheese Spread

Two hard boiled eggs cut into quarters (optional)

Also 2 tsp fresh, finely chopped parsley or ½ tsp of dried parsley (optional)

4 large potatoes

50g/2oz butter

Salt and pepper to taste

Easy Fisherman’s Pie with Primula Light Cheese Spread

Easy Fisherman’s Pie with Primula Light Cheese Spread Method:

1.) Firstly, pre-heat oven to 180°C/350°F/Gas mark 4.

2.) Peel and chop the potatoes into small pieces, put into a large pan, cover with cold water, bring to boil and simmer on a low/ medium heat for 15-20 minutes, until potatoes are soft in the middle.

3.) Drain well, add the butter & mash well, add seasoning to taste.

4.) Cut the fish into 1-2 inch chunks & place in a large, oven-proof casserole dish.

5.) Squeeze out 2 tubes of Primula Light Cheese Spread directly onto the fish.

6.) Add the freshly chopped parsley (or dried) & quartered hard boiled eggs & gently mix in & flatten down as well as possible.

7.) Carefully spread or pipe the mashed potato over the top of the fish.

8.) Place into a pre-heated oven at 180°C/350°F/Gas mark 4 for 45-50 minutes.

9.) Last but not least, ensure the pie is piping hot throughout and serve.

You might want to add some milk if you like yours more creamy as one reader suggested 🙂

Serving Suggestions:

Enjoy with fresh vegetables such as garden peas, cauliflower & carrots.

Cheats Tip:

Why not use a packet of instant mash for a quick alternative?

So what do you think of this fish pie and veg recipe? Recipe and photo credit by- Primula

Is Fish Pie Healthy?

This pie recipe is a lot more healthier for you with fish in it instead of meat and potatoes instead of a pie crust.

Is Fish Pie Gluten Free:

Yes, this fish pie is also gluten free.

Fish Pie For Four:

This fish pie serves 4 but you can upscale or down scale the ingredients if you wish to make more or less.

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Thirdly, 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? Fish Finger Pie.

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Salmon and Kale Filo Pie:

Last but not least, do you fancy making a Salmon and Kale Filo Pie?

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  1. Mother of 3
    19th June 2019 / 10:23 pm

    I have never heard of fisherman’s pie but this sounds tasty. Pinned.

  2. Pesky
    12th February 2021 / 6:22 pm

    A bit too dry needed more sauce, and that was after I added milk to the recipe.
    Tasty though.

    • 22nd February 2021 / 2:08 pm

      Thanks for the feedback I will add this to the recipe 🙂

  3. 12th February 2021 / 6:24 pm

    A bit dry, needed more sauce. I added milk but obviously not enough.
    Tasty though.

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