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It’s cold, every item on the news is depressing and to top it all, you’ve run out of milk! If that sounds like your day, this is a perfect moment to pull together this delicious fish pie from Oatly which can cook while you’re winding down from the stresses of the day. Just reach for some fish from the freezer, a couple of cartons of Oatly oat drink and cream and you’re set for a warming meal which will help restore your sense of equilibrium.

Oatly oat drinks are a tasty way of getting all the benefits of oats into your diet as well as being heat-stable, which makes them ideal for use in cooking and baking instead of dairy milk or cream. Check out the range of delicious sweet and savoury recipes on www.oatly.com.

OATLY FISH PIE

Serves: 4
Preparation: 30 minutes
Cooking time: approx. 35 minutes

250 ml Oatly Enriched or Organic oat drink
1 small onion, quartered
2 bay leaves
½ tsp black peppercorns
700g potatoes
250ml carton Oatly Cream
Finely grated zest 1 lemon
300g skinless salmon fillet
300g skinless cod or other white fish fillet, (eg Pollack)
125g peeled cooked prawns (if you don’t have any to hand, just increase the amount of fish)
2 tbsp olive oil
1 medium leek, trimmed and chopped or 1 small bulb fennel, trimmed and chopped
40 g plain flour
2 tbsp chopped parsley

1. Pour the Oatly oat drink into a pan and add the onion, bay leaves and peppercorn, bring to a simmer, remove from the heat and allow to infuse for 20 minutes or until ready to use then strain.

2. Meanwhile peel the potatoes and cut into even chunks. Put into large pan, cover with water and bring to the boil, simmer until tender. Drain well then mash with 100ml Oatly Cream and grated lemon zest, season.

3. Pre-heat the oven to 190ºC (170ºC fan) gas mark 5. Cut the fish into chunks of a similar size and place into a greased ovenproof dish (approx 1.5litre) and scatter the prawns on top if using.

4. Heat the oil in a pan, add the fennel or leek and cook gently until softened. Stir in the flour and cook for 1 minute. Pull off the heat then gradually add the Oatly oat drink and remaining Oatly Cream. Return to the heat and stir until the sauce thickens, cook over a low heat for 1 minute (this should be quite a thick sauce). Take off the heat and stir in the parsley, season if needed then pour evenly into the dish. Using a fork gently lift the ingredients so they are coated in the sauce.

5. Spoon over the potatoes and spread in an even layer, fork up the surface then place the dish in the oven to bake for 35 minutes or until the potatoes are golden.

6. Serve with green vegetables such as broccoli or green beans.

Nutritional analysis per serving:

- 570 kcals
- 41g protein
- 24g fat (of which 4.5g saturated)
- 48g carbohydrate (of which 9g sugars)
- 0.4g salt
- 4g fibre

There are four varieties of Oatly to try (Chocolate, Enriched, Organic and Dairy-Free Alternative to Cream) and they are all high in fibre and low in saturated fat, and may help to reduce cholesterol - just one 250ml glass of Oatly provides a third (1g) of the daily requirement of beta-glucans (soluble fibre) for cholesterol reduction.

Oatly oat drinks are lactose, milk protein and soya free, so they're great too for anyone who suffers from milk protein allergy, lactose intolerance and/or an allergy to soya.

Available from all major supermarkets, Holland & Barrett and independent health food stores, Oatly Organic and Oatly Enriched cost £1.39/1 litre, Oatly Chocolate is £1.49/1 litre and Oatly Dairy-Free Alternative to Cream is 79p/250ml. Oatly stays fresh for 4-5 days in the refrigerator after opening.

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For further information, samples and images please contact:

Philippa Taylor, Grand Union PR Ltd, 01442 824844/07866 480700
Philippa@grandunionpr.com

Oat Facts:

• Oats provide more antioxidants than any other cereal
• Oats have a cholesterol lowering effect and stabilise the blood sugar
• Oats have a fat content of 7% and the main part is unsaturated
• Oats are a good source of vitamins B and E, iron, calcium and phosphorous
• Oats offer more amino acids than any other cereal, especially tryptophan

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