3 Reviews

It was a really split of comments on this dish I did use spring onion in place of onion for dietary reasons and used about a 1/4 teaspoon of dried dill as we are not big fans of dill but do like just a little and I finely ground the walnuts and found out that my whole wheat flour was not usable so used regular plain flour but had sallmon mix left over so poured into a small ramiken and put a light sprinkle of the bread crumbs over and baked with the pie (intended to take out after 15 minutes but forgot but it turned out really good - I turned it out on a egg slice and then flipped it onto the plate and the DM enjoyed with her coleslaw and rice salad) we had our slices with a garden salad and enjoyed though the DH was not totally enamoured but the DS and I thoroughly enjoyed. Thank you Leggy Peggy made for Make My Recipe.

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I'mPat February 08, 2012

Made this recipe for PAC 2010. Much easier then I thought it would be to put together. Nice crust, easy to manipulate. Very tasty also. will make again.

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queenbeatrice April 18, 2010

What makes this salmon pie recipe so different and tastier than others I have made and tried, are the walnuts and cheese in the pastry base - just wonderful Peggy! We BOTH gave this pie 10 stars - it was easy to make, with the pastry crust being pressed in the the tin and NOT rolled - and the excess crumbs for the topping were a wonderful finishing touch! A great recipe which I have added to my all time favourites cookbook! Made for Aussie/NZ Recipe Swap #16 - thanks again for another WINNING recipe Peggy! :-) Edited (on the 04/06) to add: I DO have photos to post - I need to find them! And I forgot to post the review - sorry!

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French Tart June 04, 2008
Salmon Pie