Recipe by miki
"It's almost like a shepherd's pie but with fish and spinach. Great dish for a cold gloomy day. It's Irish comfort food at its best."
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cod fillets, cut into chunks
2 1/2 tablespoons
1 1/2 cups
warm milk, or more as needed
shredded sharp white Cheddar cheese
1 (10 ounce) package
frozen chopped spinach, thawed and drained
salt, or to taste
ground black pepper, or to taste
shredded yellow Cheddar cheese
Great recipe. Very tasty. I sliced my potatoes instead of mashing them. Turned out beautifully. I also added some shrimp and scallops too make it a bit special, but it isn't really necessary as the pie is so tasty even without the high cost additives. Whole family loved it.
Lovely recipe. I also put in peas instead of the spinach and added in some cayenne pepper, and it turned out great.
Very good recipe,I switched up the spinach for sweet pea since my husband being English prefers it to spinach.
I have made this before without the onion and garlic this adds a nice flavour:)
So I made this vegetarian using fresh steamed broccoli and slightly sauteed onions instead of fish and it was probably the best dish I've ever made. I diced fresh spinach really fine and juiced the stems to hide the nutrients.... great flavor! Probably the people reading this review think I'm nuts, but if you're trying to cut out some meat or need a yummy doitall side dish, try it! My kids loved it too.
Enjoyed this fish recipe a lot! I adapted it to non-dairy by eliminating butter and using almond milk instead of cows milk. Divided between two dishes and used spinach in one and peas in the other. Good reception from the family, and will use soy milk next time! thanks!!
We had just under 1.5lbs of cod and 12 oz. of fresh spinach. Cooked the spinach in just a little of the butter until wilted and the water cooked out. Then melted the rest of the butter and added the onion, cooking until soft. Added the flour, then also added a crushed clove of garlic, cooking until the flour started to brown. Needed about 2C of milk to make a nice sauce and added some thyme, parsley, black pepper and a dash of cayenne. Used a little less cheese than was called for in sauce and topping, and had about 5C of (leftover) mashed potatos for the top. Second helpings were in order!
We made it with the spinach as in the recipe. It was very good. I used prepared mashed potatoes from the grocery store, which made it quicker. Perhaps the potatoes were already seasoned, but I added 1 tsp of salt and overall we all agreed we'd use less salt next time. But other than that, very tasty.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 209
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