Monday, November 25, 2013

Fisherman's pie

A fisherman's pie with a Japanese twist to it :)
Bought some really lovely Japanese sweet potatoes (purple sweet potatoes), so I used them for the topping instead of normal potatoes. I just steamed the fish fillets (unlike the original way of poaching it) and flake them and flavor them with a delicious Japanese goma dressing that I recently made and am still in love with (also unlike the original way of making a white sauce for it).. now, here's the reason why I call it 'A fisherman's pie with a Japanese twist'.

Does it look like I'm sowing seeds on purple soil?

Galatian 6:7 "For whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap" - a message that is inspired through my purple Fisherman's pie.

Ingredients (serves about 3-4)

For the topping (mash)
*4 medium size purple sweet potatoes
*a knob of butter or grapeseed oil
*2-3tbsp milk / cream

Steam sweet potatoes till soft and they are easy to mash. Mash them with milk and butter, season with salt and pepper.

For the filling
*2-3 white fish fillet
*a clove of garlic
*dash of toasted sesame oil
*2-3 tbsp. of Japanese goma dressing (see here for recipe)
*2 hard boiled egg

  1. Steam fish fillet with finely minced garlic and sesame oil for about 10min.
  2. Let cooled. Prepare hard-boiled egg.
  3. Flake fish fillet and roughly chop hard boiled egg and combine with Japanese goma dressing.
  4. Lay at bottom of ceramic dish. Top with mashed potatoes. Sprinkle with cheese and white sesame seeds.
  5. Bake at 180deg C for about 15-20min.

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