Project Description

Sometimes it’s amazing to have a warm, comforting dish in your stomach. This paleo fish pie is an excellent recipe to make at home, when your feeling in need of something almost non paleo! This recipe is quick and relatively easy to make. In this recipe, coconut flour and cauliflower are you friend! 

Crumbly Paleo Fish Pie

Paleo Fish Pie 

1/2 tin Coconut milk
Fish pie mix or skinless haddock, cod and salmon
Shallot -1 to 2
Spring onions x 3
Asparagus – or any left over green beans/ petit pois (handful)
Almond flour 1/2 cup
1 cauliflower 
Chopped tarragon and parsley (handful)
Coconut flour 1/2 cup
Coconut oil (dessert spoon)

Fish pie mix with sauce


  1. In a pan add the coconut milk, and herbs. Throw in the sliced shallots and spring onions, and leave for 2 minutes. Then add the fish. 
  2. Meanwhile boil the cauliflower for 15 minutes until soft and tender. 
  3. Add the green beans or asparagus to the fish mix. 
  4. Add a tablespoon of almond flour to the mix. Stir and set aside. 
  5. Whilst the cauliflower is boiling, make some crumble, by mixing half a cup of almond flour with half a cup of coconut flour. Add a dessert spoon of coconut oil (ideally chilled) and rub together between your fingers to make a crumble. 
  6. Once the fish and cauliflower is boiled, take a hand blender, and purée the cauliflower. 
  7. Then assemble your fish pie. Start with the fish mix layer. Top with the cauliflower purée, and then sprinkle on the crumble. 
  8. Serve with steamed veg, or eat on its own! 

Baked fish pie