Irish Fish Pie (aka Cod Cobbler)

"Adopted Recipe! Real comfort food"
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  • Place fish filets in the bottom of a round oven dish.
  • Make a cheese sauce with the butter, flour, milk and grated cheese and pour over fish.
  • Make scone dough by rubbing the butter into the flour with baking powder and pinch of salt.
  • Add grated cheese and drop egg yolk into the mixture and add enough milk to make a workable dough.
  • Roll out to a thickness of 1/2 inch and cut into small rounds with a scone cutter.
  • Drop these rounds on top of the fish mixture so that they just about cover the surface and then glaze them with a little milk.
  • Sprinkle some more grated cheese over them and bake at 450F degrees for 25-30 minutes or until the scones are golden brown.

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  1. skjch
    Loved this! My whole family loved it which is a rare delight! We will next time add some seasoning to the fish like pepper and such but it was so good! Thanks so much for posting!
  2. Neily
    Very good. I tried to scale it down to serve two, and made one or two mistakes, but it was still excellent, and really easy!
  3. Vina7737
    This is so good! I added cooked mushrooms and peas, but this recipe would be delicious as is. Thanks for one that will be made many times!
  4. Liza at
    I really liked this, but my husband ADORED it. I'm always begging for comments and he is usually too busy eating to praise, praise, praise, which is what I want. He stopped the dinner convo 3 times to talk about it. He even said, "be sure to add this to your regular repetoire." wow! It was easy, one dish, comforting yummy cheesy sauce with a great crust. tx so much!
  5. kilouette
    Excellent! I just add some mushrooms and broccolis, everybody loved it!Thanks a lot


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