Shepherd’s Pie

 
  • Cooking and Prep: 1 h
  • Serves: 6
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Shepherd’s Pie is the best kind of comfort food. It’s savory, creamy and a huge crowd pleaser. Perfect for a winter dinner, but always yummy year-round.

Ingredients (18)

Shepherd’s Pie

Mashed Potatoes

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Prepare the Shepherd’s Pie

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

  2. Heat oil and sauté garlic and carrot. Cook about five minutes.

  3. Add ground beef or veal and cook until browned.

  4. Drain excess fat.

  5. Add salt, pepper, thyme, and flour to meat mixture.

  6. Turn up heat to medium and add beef broth, wine, tomato paste, Worcestershire sauce, stir well and simmer for 20 minutes. This will thicken as it cooks.

  7. Meanwhile cook potatoes in water until fork tender, then drain water.

  8. In a cup mix coconut cream and almond milk until creamy consistency. add margarine, coconut mixture and salt to the potatoes and mash.

  9. Set aside until meat is simmered.

  10. When meat is done simmering, add frozen peas and stir in. Place meat mixture into baking dish or leave in iron skillet.

  11. Spread the mashed potatoes over the top of the meat and smooth out. Place into preheated oven for 30 to 35 minutes or top is golden brown and sauce is bubbling.

Note:

The liquid might pour over the sides, so I would suggest putting a pan under so your oven doesn’t get dirty.

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  • Shoshana H.

    I'd love to make this for Yom Tov but not the last moment so can i freeze it? If so should it be defrosted then reheated in oven???
    Posted by Shoshie H |2022-05-16 22:55:58
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  • Shoshana H.

    I'd love to make this for Yom Tov but not the last moment so can i freeze it? If so should it be defrosted then reheated in oven???
    Posted by Shoshie H |2022-05-16 22:55:28
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  • Shoshana H.

    I'd love to make this for Yom Tov but not the last moment so can i freeze it? If so should it be defrosted then reheated in oven???
    Posted by Shoshie H |2022-05-16 22:55:58
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  • Shoshana H.

    I'd love to make this for Yom Tov but not the last moment so can i freeze it? If so should it be defrosted then reheated in oven???
    Posted by Shoshie H |2022-05-16 22:55:28
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