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What is the best way to reheat fish pie?

Asked: Karine Bélanger, Last Updated:

To reheat a pre-cooked fish pie that has been thawed, bake at 350 degrees F for about 40 minutes, until it is entirely warmed through. Finally, if you've frozen your fish pie in small, freezer-safe and microwave-safe containers, popping it in the microwave is a quick and convenient meal.

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