Not so average sheppard pie. The not so shepherds pie is very labor intensive! Hope the rest of your recipes are a lot less time consuming and not using so many different pans. Been working on this one for an hour and just now cooking burger!!!
You can't go wrong with any of these savory one-pot comfort-food casseroles, complete meals that also feature veggies, a savory gravy, and a mashed potato (or a surprise. I encourage you to give this one a try. A really good Shepherd's Pie should always start with a soffrito – that is, onion, garlic, carrots and celery sautéed on a lowish heat until sweet. You can cook Not so average sheppard pie using 14 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Not so average sheppard pie
- Prepare 2 cups of mash potatoes.
- You need 1 of zucchini diced.
- It’s 1 of yellow squash diced.
- Prepare 1 cup of beef broth.
- It’s 3 Tbs of worcestershire sauce.
- It’s of all purpose flour.
- You need 1 lb. of bulk pork sausage.
- Prepare 1 cup of whole kernel corn.
- You need 1 cup of diced baby carrots.
- You need of extra virgin olive oil.
- Prepare of garlic powder.
- Prepare of onion powder.
- You need of Fresh ground black pepper.
- You need of salt.
It's the secret to a great flavour base that's a technique used widely by many cuisines, such as Italian cooking (for example, this Italian Shredded Beef Ragu). After this, we cook the ground / mince meat. You'll love the convenience of this easy, comforting shepherd's pie from Martha Stewart. Unlike other shepherd's pie recipes, this one calls for frozen vegetables instead of fresh and can be made the day before.
Not so average sheppard pie step by step
- Preheat oven to 350.
- In skillet brown sausage.. (if not greasy add a bit of olive oil to pan). Once browned add about 2 table spoons of flour and stir to coat well..
- Add broth and worcestershire sauce to sausage add about 2 to 3 more table spoons of flour mix well. (It should be a light gravy color). Add garlic,onion,salt and pepper to taste. Turn heat down to medium low and simmer to allow the gravy to reduce and thicken.
- In a separate skillet add zucchini, squash, and corn and carrots Drizzle with olive oil, (I add additional seasoning here of garlic,onion,and pepper, but not necessary) and Sautee to your desired doneness…
- Stir in the vegetables into your meat and gravy mix. Once gravy is thick transfer everything into a baking dish..
- Spoon mashed potatoes over the meat and veggies and spread evenly..
- Bake for 15 to 20 minutes untill potatoes start to turn golden and crisp…
Shepherd's pie was not something I grew up eating. I know that my mom prepared many different casseroles, and perhaps this was in her menu on a few occasions, but I have no memory of it being called shepherd's pie if so. This recipe is for a Not So Traditional Shepherds Pie. I named it this because I used chicken instead of lamb, and I added my own mix of spices and seasonings. A traditional shepherds pie is made with lamb, whilst a cottage pie is made using beef.