Farmersgirl Kitchen

Shepherd’s Pie

Uncategorized | December 3, 2011 | By

Last weekend I cooked a shoulder of Lamb in one pot with all the veggies, you can read about it HERE.
I was deliberately a little bit mean with the slices to lamb so I had plenty left to make a Shepherd’s Pie.  There is no real recipe for this,  I roughly chopped the cooked lamb, put it in the food processor and chopped it up, then added the gravy and veggies and whizzed it up some more. 

Boiled some potatoes and mashed them with milk and butter, put them roughly on top of the meat mixture in the dish, rough as you like so you get lots of cripsy bits, then stuck it in the oven at 200C for 20 – 30 minutes, until it was heated through and the top was nice and brown and crispy.  Serve with a green veg, we had savoy cabbage.

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    Marie
    December 3, 2011

    Janice, these are the best kinds of meals. I am sure it was delicious! xxoo

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    Shaheen
    December 4, 2011

    A sherphedess Pie will be featuring on my blog soon, time of year eh – blustery weather …bbbrrrrrr

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    Karen S Booth
    December 4, 2011

    One of my ALL TIME favourite meals Janice ~ you can't beat a good home-made Shepherd with his pie!!
    Karen

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    Ali
    December 4, 2011

    Just wanted to say Hi – popped over from a link at Crumbs – off for a good nosy at your recipes they look yummy might even have a go at a couple of recipes – I'm not confident in the kitchen so any inspiration is great xx

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    Janice
    December 4, 2011

    Welcome to my kitchen Ali 🙂 Hope you find some inspiration here.

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    Divine Dinner Party
    December 4, 2011

    I'd say we just wing it! Like what Dom said, "no recipes, no worries." Love what you have created here. Home-made Sheperd's pie is the best. Posting a comment to say hello.

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