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Shepherd's Pie


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Rating: 4
by: Colleen Reviewed: 01/20/2014
Added veggies, will try another adjustment
Added some frozen veggies as per other suggestions. May also try increasing the beef broth and adding a touch more flour to make it more of a stew.
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Rating: 5
by: Diane Reviewed: 02/21/2013
no cheese please!
The authentic shepherds pie does not have cheese on it! So don't ruin your dinner by taking that suggestion. This is excellent with the light handed addition of some vegetables.
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Rating: 4
by: Bruce Reviewed: 02/21/2013
Cottage Pie
Traditionally this recipe would be called Cottage Pie, If it were Shepherds pie it would be make with sheep meat instead of Beef
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Rating: 4
by: Dale Reviewed: 02/11/2011
Quick and Yummy
I thought this was a good basic recipe with "room to grow". I agree with one of the other reviewers and did add peas and carrots. I also used a combination of ground lamb and ground beef (three parts lamb/one part beef). I think the touch of beef gave it a deeper flavor. This is a great, warm, comforting winter meal and my husband and I really enjoyed it!!
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Rating: 3
by: Jenefer, TX Reviewed: 01/21/2011
Shepherds Pie
Very good, but onions, carrots and fresh/frozen peas are a must along with 3 cloves of crushed garlic, my English Grandmother used to make this for dinner on the Monday after the roast leg of lamb that was served on Sunday..also using up the heated leftover gravy for serving on the side. Some war time meals are still very tasty. One can of diced tomatoes and a "dollop" of HP sauce can be added if using fresh ground lamb, keeps it juicy...kids love it.
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Rating: 1
by: Roberta, GA Reviewed: 01/20/2011
No cheese. No way.
Our "family" recipe has lots of cheese baked on top. I can't imagine having Shepherds Pie without it.
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