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Old 02-11-2013, 02:51 PM   #11
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That's very nice, a variation. But it's not shepherds pie .
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Old 02-11-2013, 02:53 PM   #12
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Very nice, Snip.
I like that twist with the sweet potato topping.
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Very nice, Snip.
I like that twist with the sweet potato topping.
Thanks Pac
It is very good. Started using sweet potatoes instead of regular potatoes for almost everything about 6 years ago. It's great in savoury dishes and they have a lower GI. The curry just livens it up a little.
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That's very nice, a variation. But it's not shepherds pie .
Thanks GQ :) It's a fusion shepherds pie
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Must admit I do like a sweet potato topping but my boys like mash on theirs . For myself I like a celeriac and Cauli mash too .
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Must admit I do like a sweet potato topping but my boys like mash on theirs . For myself I like a celeriac and Cauli mash too .
That sounds good I'll try the cauliflower topping, not sure if I'll find celeriac though. It's not very popular in SA.
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Great Minds think a like Pecanis :-) I like to make entrees like this shepherds pie in muffin tins when I am serving a buffet. It makes so much easier to serve without the mess and people just rave over it.
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I like to add a can of creamed corn and mix it in with the beef. Then a layer of kernel corn. My girlfriend adds a can of cream of mushroom soup to the beef. I though it was sacrilege when I first heard that, but it actually tasted pretty good.
But generally, I keep things basic. That is the beauty of the dish....
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Good shepherd's pie recipe? I was hoping some of you have tried various shepherd's pie recipes and could share. I haven't had it in years, and I wanna try it again. I know I really liked it back in the day. 3 stars 1 reviews
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