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|Calories440Calories from Fat230|
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|Calories from Fat230|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
ZealousFoodie 2 months ago
Quite liked this and will make again. I took some short cuts and tweaks and it turned out great. Browned ground beef mixed with chopped onions and bell peppers is something I make in bulk and divide into freezer bags in about 2 pound portions and always have on hand in the freezer. I used this as my base and just thawed and reheated in a frying pan. I used about 3 tablespoons of flour and doubled the beef broth and tomato paste, 2 teaspoons of garlic granules, several shakes of black pepper. I also added a “squirt” of ketchup to brighten the tomato flavour. For the potatoes I made 2 packages of instant garlic mashed potatoes which spread very easily over the top of the meat mixture and then sprinkled shredded cheese over the top. I made this the day before we actually used it and heated it at 375 degrees for 40 minutes since I was putting in a cold casserole. I want to make this again and double the recipe so that I can freeze one of them.
Deana LaRosa 5 months ago
Made this tonight forr dinner and it was delicious, my mom even had seconds and she never does that. i will definitely make this again
Peters 5 months ago
it was Very good and Will make it that way with a couple little tweaks. thanks for the recipe
catrina m. 6 months ago
amazing! will make it again
Farwell 7 months ago
Turned out great. Might add a little A1 next time. 14 yr old thanked me several times for making it.
Danielle Rhymes a year ago
Not perfect, but pretty good. Could have use more mashed potatoes and flavor in the meat.
Brie a year ago
Made one regular and one with Beyond Beef as the protein for my vegetarian daughter .. the flavor was so delicious
Bronson Beckstrand a year ago
Not a lot of flavor. The meat to potato ratio is way off. I’d do 1.5 lbs of meat instead of 2. I’d also do another potato. 35 minutes is way to long to cook it at 375 degrees. I cooked it for about 20 minutes at the top almost burned. Too bland.
Robert Kelly a year ago
Best Shepherd's Pie recipe I've had. Easily 5 out of 5. Just a little complicated for amateurs such as myself.
レモン a year ago
I am in love. This tasted amazing, even with extra veggies
Nasser S. 2 years ago
Shepherd’s pie, comfort food turned out well, this dish must be eaten piping hot fresh out of oven. Cheese burger casaroll.
Rachel Shippas 2 years ago
BEST SHEPHERD’S PIE IVE EVER HAD!! This was a HUGE HIT!! Delicious!!
Anton 2 years ago
It turned out delicious at the first try. Of course, as many other comments are suggesting, adjust salt and seasoning to your taste, have some more stock just in case.
Erin Royer 2 years ago
Delicious but it needed more salt! I’d slightly increase the sauce amounts too, to get a bit bolder flavor - all easy fixes that I’ll do for next time!
Gerald Dube 2 years ago
My 17 year old daughter made this and it was absolutely yummy!
Mary Koenig 2 years ago
It was delicious. I doubled the recipe because I had my kids and grandkids over. They raved how good it was. Quite easy with using frozen vegetables. Cottage pie or shepherds pie is was delicious.
Servus 2 years ago
Great dish to put in leftovers from taco dinner
Bethany MacLees 2 years ago
I made this for four servings instead of eight. I found the measurement for the beef broth to be a little off - I had to add some extra. I also added a little extra tomato paste just because I love the flavor. The dish was tasty but it felt like it was missing something.
Reed 2 years ago
Yum even better the next day!
Amanda Louise 2 years ago
almost exactly how I make it usually. some change in ingredients which made a nice variation to how I usually eat it. i will say though (as a British woman) that Cottage Pie is made with beef and Shephards Pie is made with lamb. That's the difference 🙂
Alanah Patterson 2 years ago
Amazing. We used a 50/50 lamb/beef combination. Just needs a little more salt for our taste but we will definitely be making it again and again.
Doris Hernandez 2 years ago
Teri 2 years ago
It was very good. We’ll make it again.
Austin Holmes 2 years ago
Really awesome had to use flour instead of corn starch but yeah it was good as usual. More meat though would be better I think maybe two pounds.
McKinney 3 years ago
Used leftover lamb chops cut into small pieces and it turned out perfect. Definitely going on the cold, winter night must have dinner.
Debbie M. 3 years ago
Awesome!!!!! I will save this recipe. #Keeper
Andy 3 years ago
This looked so simple & delicious (which it was), except I did this on the spur of the moment and did not have carrots I substituted with corn kernels & added half a tin of baked beans just before oven time which turned out quite wholesome,
Brenda Lee Lewis 4 years ago
Very tasty. This recipe had a little more flavourful ingredients than some but I still added a few more to taste. I added sweet paprika with tomato paste, leftover string beans and corn at the end of cooking meat and veg. Also cooked 2 cloves garlic with potatoes which were mashed together with a Tablespoon of butter and 1/4 cup milk. Topped with a little white extra old cheddar. The recipe would have been fine with no additions or changes.
Jaime B. 4 years ago
loved loved loved it
Hi Push 4 years ago
It was very delicious