4 Reviews

Different and delicious! Only change I made was to go even lighter on the cayenne as my hubby's not too fond of it. The sauce was very thick but I used no more than two tbsp milk to thin it out. Made for Aussie RS#30.

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Julie B's Hive July 03, 2009

Absolutely delicious! I used gluten free puff pastry and had to bake at slightly lower temperatures. To be cow's milk free, I made the sauce with almond cream and a sheep cheese which is similar to mild cheddar. Thanks for sharing, Karen :)
Made for ZWT 8 / Aus/NZ for the Lively Lemon Lovelies

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Mia in Germany August 10, 2012

very good! and easy! used boring old Basa, and it tasted great! I crimped the ends of the pastry, and the cooking times were spot on!
I found the cheese sauce way to thick and rich for me, but I ended up cracking open the roll, and putting the sauce directly on the fish, worked well! made for nov 2011 tag game

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mummamills December 14, 2011

Delightful! The flavor of the pickles (I used baby kosher dills) with the fish, a perfect combination. I sauteed the onions for a few minuses first, to barely soften them. The cheese sauce was excellent. I used one cup of 1/2 and 1/2 and one cup of 1%milk and Cavender's all purpose Greek seasoning, my all time favorite secret ingredient. A beautiful presentation to wow your friends with, they'll think you went to Le Cordon Bleu! (They don't need to know how easy it was, right?)! Thanks, Karen!

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pammyowl August 07, 2012
Kangaroo Pie ( Actually, Fish in Pastry, With a Cheese Sauce!)