Shepherd’s Pie

So, this is how you spell it: Shepherd’s Pie. But, from doing a quick google search, it came to my attention that TONS of people think it’s Shepards Pie.

Shepherd’s pie is a comforting dish consisting of creamy mashed potatoes on top of a rich and bubbly stew. It originated in the UK and Ireland and is traditionally made with lamb, but in the U.S. it is more commonly made with beef (and referred to as cottage pie). While the original version is made with leftover stew, modern recipes typically call for ground meat, which cooks quickly and doesn’t require leftovers


1 lb of browned and seasoned ground beef
2 cups of hot mashed potatoes (I used ones already made)
½ package of cream cheese (4 ounces)
1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese
2 cloves of garlic (I used the minced garlic)
4 cups of frozen vegetables (that have been thawed)
1 cup of beef gravy in a jar


How To Make Shepherd’s Pie


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