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PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2012 4:34 am 
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I incorporated many suggestions from this thread for my latest batch.

This is a real lamb-containing shepards pie.

Here is the fillin' and the mash.
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and the ample peaks of garlic-tinted mashed potatoes to be ooooh so gently browned in the oven. A slight sprinkling of smoked paprika and some cheddar cheese.
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Ready for the feast to begin.
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Location: Lurking in the bushes at the bottom of your mums garden....
So, yeah, thanks guys, I now want shepards pie for breakfast :lol:


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bumpity bump.

My latest iteration, but I was in such a hurry that I forgot to fully cook the pearl onions. :oops: They provided quite a zesty explosion of raw onion taste every few bites.

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Just the ticket for this time of year! A hug on a plate. :)


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I had some shepherds pie recently made with braised shoulder of lamb, slow cooked in the oven first before being mixed with the rest of the ingredients and topped with mashed potato, one of the best things I have eaten.


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Shepards' Pie would need to be made from mutton or lamb. You have a recipe for Cottage Pie with the beef. Traditionally, you would have made it with meat you would grind yourself that was left over from the Sunday roast on the following Monday.

Mmmm, I think I know what I'm cooking for tea tomorrow.


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Did you check out the recent posts? :)


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