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    Easy Peasy One Pan Cottage Pie

    One Pan Cottage Pie

    1lb Ground Chuck
    1 cup - peas
    1 cup - carrots
    3 cups - Mashed Potatoes
    Minced onion, granulated garlic, salt, pepper and worcestershire all to taste.

    Brown beef and add all of the seasoning above.



    Add peas and carrots. (could add corn if you like, I didn't have any)


    Top with mashed potatoes. (homemade or instant)


    Pop in 350* oven until heated through and potatoes are golden brown.


    There you have it, easy peasy and only one pan to clean!

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    Larry, I would ask for a small serving. I never met a shepherds pie that I liked. lol
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    Shepard's pie is with lamb and cottage pie is with ground beef - is that correct or is there a distinction?

    And then there's tortiere ... don't ask ... it's a french-Canadian thing. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnifer View Post
    Shepard's pie is with lamb and cottage pie is with ground beef - is that correct or is there a distinction?

    And then there's tortiere ... don't ask ... it's a french-Canadian thing. lol
    Lynnifer, you are on a roll with your culinary knowledge. First you nailed the ABTs and now the pie! Yes, Shepards pie is with lamb and Cottage pie is with beef! You are batting 1000!!!
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    What I should have said was that the cottage pie is similar to shepherds pie that I have eaten. It did nothing for me and I doubt the beef version would either. It is not because of the lamb. I have had some wonderful moussaka and other lamb dishes. I do roasts, chops, kabobs, etc. on the grill occasionally, but lamb is too pricey to be a regular.
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    I googled shepherd's pie and got 3 basic versions.
    1. The ground beef, carrots, peas topped with mashed potatoes.
    2. Leftover beef pot roast, gravy, peas, carrots, topped with mashed potatoes.
    3. Left over lamb, peas carrots, topped with mashed potatoes.

    NL makes "shepherd's pie" with leftover beef pot roast. I put up with the pot roast, just to have her shepherd's pie. She has been know to make a variation of shepherd's pie, using leftover roast turkey, gravy, carrots, peas topped with mashed potatoes. I put up with Thanksgiving turkey because I know Turkey sandwiches, Turkey pie and Turkey soup are to follow.

    Googled "tortiere," that seems to be a ground beef pie with seasonings encased in a double pie crust. Is is tasty or no?

    All the best,
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    S#$!T,,,,,,, I had a hamburger with greasy fries and onion rings and beens, DAMN!!!!!!!! I wished I had seen this first, This would have been healthier, although I do need to get rid of some dry skin on me, I suppose skin cream would have been better than :evilfries,,,,,,,,,,,,DAMN<<<<<<<<<<!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    We call all of the above Shepherd's pie........Yum!

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