I Love Fish.
I Love Pie.
So when you add the two you have a pretty epic combo!
The only trouble is, fish pie recipes are often laden with lots of creamy cheesey sauce. To be frank, they taste good, but they’re not the most healthy thing to make.
After copying a slightly different type of fish pie (tomatoes, chilli etc) from a Jamie Oliver recipe many moons ago, my other half and I have gradually bastardised it into a fully fledged healthy sweet potato fish pie.
This one is fresh, full of vegetables and tastes pretty damn awesome. The best bit is, it is incredibly easy to make. Just whack most of the ingredients in a bowl, mix it up and top with some mashed sweet potato.
So, give it a go and comment below to let me know how you found it.
This recipe makes about four portions or two portions for two hungry people.
Ingredients and method
- Sweet potato- about 4 small ones
Boil the sweet potato, mash it up and pre-heat an oven to 180 degrees Celsius.
- 500g of mixed fish (haddock, salmon, pollock etc)
- 250g of prawns
- 2 celeries grated
- 2 carrots grated
- half a pack of spinach or a bowl full
- half a chopped red chilli
- juice from 1 lemon
- a good glug of olive oil
- A good amount of chopped coriander (half a pack) if you like it
- 2-3 chopped tomatoes
Add all of these ingredients to a big bowl.
Mix it up with some salt and pepper.
Top with the sweet potato, spreading evenly.
Grate some parmesan on top (optional).
Whack it in the oven for about 30 mins – until the top is starting to crisp and the fish is cooked through.
Let it cool a bit before you eat it as it will be nuclear.