Fish Pie

It is Lent and we have many Fridays to take us through to the big Day, Easter. Here is an easy dish to make some portable goodness. You can easily make this in a small toaster oven. Or scale it up and make it for a big family, or party.

Ingredients:
Fish – 2lb
onion – 1
chili (hot pepper) – 1
tomato – 1
turmeric
oil, salt,lime, pepper – to taste
eggs – 2
garlic cloves – 3
powdered ginger – ½ tsp

Instructions:
In a pot put one onion, tomato, and chili, all cut fine. Add a little pepper and turmeric, crushed ginger and garlic. Boil in some water. Then add some lime and salt to taste and a little oil. After boiling for a while add fish and cook.. I cook on one side and then another in order not to have too much liquid – remember that this is going to be become a pie. Cool and debone fish, cut into small pieces, and place in 3 cup baking dish. (Easy way out? Use boneless and skinless.) Using liquid you cooked fish in add 2 eggs, 1 spoon of olive oil or coconut oil or whatever oil is your delight, one spoon of flour and mix. Pour resulting liquid over the fish, and place a few bits of butter on top (to help in baking so that it does not burn when baking).

Put dish in oven preheated to 350 degrees for about half an hour. If you use a clear glass baking dish you can see when it is perfection divine..

Plate and enjoy.

Dinner with lots of color the way it is supposed to be.  Fish pie, steamed broccoli and mixed veggies (carrots, corn, peas, green beans), brown rice and rye, and spicy chick peas (garbanzo beans).

Dinner with lots of color the way it is supposed to be. Fish pie, steamed broccoli and mixed veggies (carrots, corn, peas, green beans), brown rice and rye, and spicy chick peas (garbanzo beans).