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NOT-YO-MAMA’S

SHEPHERD’S PIE

Fresh Outta the Oven!

Fresh Outta the Oven!

So, it is a SNOWDAY!!! And, I have a few cheeses left over from St. Patrick’s Day (and some organic red potatoes, organic carrots, organic onions & organic parsley).  Thus, Not-Yo-Mama’s Shepherd’s Pie was created!

Don’t forget My Motto:

USE WHATCHA GOT!!!

Prosecco & Snow! Ain't Life Grand?!?!

Prosecco & Snow! Ain’t Life Grand?!?!

Irish Cheddar & Beer Cheese

Irish Cheddar & Beer Cheese

← a little BUBBLY,

AKA

Mommy’s Little Helper!!!!

NOW, LET’S GET COOKIN!!!

Fresh Ingredients

Fresh Ingredients

Lookin Good!

Lookin Good!

Chop Carrots & Onion

Chop Carrots & Onion

Wash & Prep

Fresh Ingredients

Slice Mushrooms

Dice Onions

Slice Carrots

Mince Garlic

 

 

 

IRISH BUTTER

IRISH BUTTERSoften Irish Butter, Mix in Parsley, Chives, S&P

Another Leftover St. Patty’s Day Creation

Super easy to make, delicious, and versatile!

*Presentation: When I originally made it, I used this ramekin as a mold.

And, remember, when using the herbs:

FRESH IS BEST!!!

Soften Irish ButterAdd herbs of choice (I used parsley, chives, s&p)Mix to combinePut in fridge to set!

Soften Irish Butter
Add herbs of choice (I used parsley, chives, s&p)
Mix to combine
Put in fridge to set!

MEAT MIXTURE:

Melt 2 T butter with a dash of  EVOO

Melt 2 T butter with a dash of EVOO

Add carrots, onions, and seasoned beef

Add carrots, onions, and seasoned beef

Break up beef & add mushrooms

Break up beef & add mushrooms

Brown and Soften Vegs

Brown and Soften Vegs

Add Spices

Add Spices: 4 Cloves Garlic, 1T Dry Mustard, 1T Garlic Powder, 1 T Onion Powder, 2 T Thyme, 1 T Rosemary

Add Beer & 3 T WorchAdd 2 T Worcestershire Sauce , 3/4 of a Beer, 2 T Tomato Paste, 2 T Chocolate Balsamic

MIX

MIX

Secret Ingerdient

Secret Ingredient & Flavor Booster!!!

Now, the mixture should look something like this

Now, the mixture should look something like this

Taste.

 I thought it was still missing something, so I added:

Prob about 1-2 T of each

Prob about 1-2 T of each

Dijon & Whole Grain Mustard

Dijon & Whole Grain Mustard

Now Add 1 Cup Frozen Organic Peas

Now Add 1 Cup Frozen Organic Peas

Mix and put into greased casserole dish

Mix and put into greased casserole dish (yes, I know, it doesn’t look too appetizing yet…..but it tastes DELISH!!!)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POTATO TIME!!!

Get your Potatoes Boiled & Ingredients Ready

Get your Potatoes Boiled & Ingredients Ready

Irish Cheddar, Beer Cheese, Peppercorn Gouda

Irish Cheddar, Beer Cheese, Peppercorn Gouda

*Homemade Buttermilk: Simply Add 1 T lemon juice to milk and let sit for 5 mins)

I had no butter milk

Horseradish, SourCream, Herbed Irish Butter,     *Homemade ButterMilk, Grated Cheeses

1 Cup ButterMilk

1 Cup Sour Cream

2-4 T Horseradish

1/4 Cup Irish Butter

start mashinAdd All Ingredients into Boiled Potatoes and Mash for a Second

Then Add Cheeses and S & P

Mash until Combined and Creamy

DO NOT OVERMASH! These are RUSTIC!!!!  Leave a little cheese for the top!

DO NOT OVERMASH! These are RUSTIC!!!! Leave a little cheese for the top!

Nice & Creamy! Rustic and keeping the nutrients by leaving the skins ON!

Nice & Creamy! Rustic and keeping the nutrients by leaving the skins ON!

Now, the easy part. Just Top the Meat Mixture with the Smashed Potatoes

Now, the easy part. Just Top the Meat Mixture with the Smashed Potatoes

Cover with Cheese and Bake 350 until brown & bubbly (45 mins to an hour)

Cover with Cheese

WORD TO THE WISE:

Place on a Baking Sheet covered in Foil in case of spillover!

Place on a Baking Sheet covered in Foil in case of spillover!

Bake Until Brown & Bubbly45 mins to an Hours

Bake Until Brown & Bubbly
45 mins to an Hours

Take Out of Oven and Let COOL for 10 Mins before Serving. Top with Fresh Parsley

Take Out of Oven and Let COOL for 10 Mins before Serving. Top with Fresh Parsley

Bon Appetit

Bon Appétit 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments on: "Not-Yo-Mama’s Shepherd’s Pie" (2)

  1. That looks amazing! Canot wait to try it.

  2. Reblogged this on hotcookin and commented:

    Here’s to St Pattys Day!!! Cheers!!!

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