Seafood is so varied and the kinds of seafood pies you can make are limitless. Are you looking for recipes for crab, prawns, white fish, scallops...?
If you use a premade pastry shell this seafood quiche is extremely simple to make using crab and Gruyere or Swiss cheese. Tangy and lovely!
This is a very tasty seafood recipe - fish, prawns and scallops baked in a parsley cream sauce topped with potatoes. If like you can tone it down by adding water instead of fish stock. But I personally think its better with the stock.
A beautiful pie which can use pretty much any seafood you prefer. It is topped with a homemade turmeric potato pastry crust.
This is a quick and easy quiche using prawns and crabs. I like it for a quiet weekend lunch with a nice cold cocktail.
You don’t often think of salmon in a pie, but this works surprisingly well. With a strange combination of salmon and potato it goes well served with a béchamel sauce.
This is a shepherd's pie type of pie but with trevally and prawns instead of lamb. Serve with peas and other vegetables.
A simple fish pie can be transformed into a feast by the addition of prawns and mushrooms. Serve with a colourful medley of steamed vegetables, such as snow or sugarsnap peas, carrots and baby corn.
To gently reheat these small savoury pies, wrap them loosely in baking paper.
Filled with stir-fried prawns (large shrimp) and a mixture of crisp, colourful vegetables, these tartlets make a good light snack or starter. The pastry cases can be made ahead.
This is an old British recipe I adapted to suit our local snapper. It's incredibly simple and very good served with peas.