Lampuki Pie

Torta tal-lampuki

Ingredients:

  • 1Kg lampuki
  • 3 onions
  • 400g tomatoes
  • 2kg spinach (previously boiled)
  • 100g kunserva
  • 100 Chopped black olives
  • 50g capers
  • Mint
  • Seasoning
  • 500g puff pastry
  • Flour

Method:

Clean the fish , cut into slices and roll in the seaoned flour. Fry fish in hot oil untill golden brown, allow to cool and remove bones.

Fry chopped onions in same oild used to fry the fish, add tomatoes and simmer for around 15 mins on low heat.

Add all the remaining ingredients and cook over low heat for another 30 mins Add the fish to the mixture and mix well.

Line a greased baking dish with the pastry and fill in with mixture, covering the top once filled. Pierce the top with a fork and bake until golden brown.
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5 Responses to Lampuki Pie

  1. Sharon says:

    Hi,

    This looks a lovely recipe but can you tell me if it has pasta in it. It looks like it does in the photo but it doesnt say so in the recipe. Bit like Timpana ??

    Thank you
    Sharon

  2. JOSEPH DEBONO says:

    NOT IT DONT HAVE ANY PASTA IN IT . YOU HAVE TO LOOK CLOSELY , IT JUST RICHLY FILLED , AND YOU WILL LIKE ,LUV , IT . SO TRY IT OUT ….YOU CAN ADD CHIPS IF YOU LIKE …..ENJOY , DJ.

  3. Vickie says:

    Can you please tell where I can buy Lampuki from in Australia. I have never heard of this fish over here and I would love to make this for my mum who has not had this since she was a little girl back in Malta.
    Please help….

  4. Richard Caruana says:

    May I add my twopence worth on this pie please?

    Nanna used to add some sultanas for that slightly sweet taste in each bite, and we still do it like that today. Not too much, just halve a cup in a pie would do.

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