Recipe by AUNTRENE
"Beef, veggie, and potato pie. A complete meal. Goes great with garlic bread!"
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1 (7.6 ounce) package
lean ground beef
onion, finely diced
1 (15 ounce) can
whole kernel corn, drained
1 (15 ounce) can
green beans, drained
4 (10.5 ounce) cans
salt and pepper to taste
American cheese slices
Best Shepherd Pie recipe I've found, yet! Go easy on the gravy or you'll have a "goopy mess" - I used 2 jars and it was plenty. And, for those like me who use instant potatoes, I'd advise making them a little runny, or you won't be able to spread them - the extra liquid will "cook out".
It was good but 4 cans of gravy were wayyyyy too much, it made it really soupy. Try 2 cans instead. Also, if I were to make it again, I would use shredded cheddar cheese instead of the american cheese.
This is just good old down home cookin’ comfort food. Shepherd’s Pie always sounded rather bland and unappealing to me. Why is it called “pie”? It’s more like a casserole. This was really yummy. Much better than I had expected. The recipe is very versatile. Use what you have. I used 2 envelopes of brown gravy. It was plenty. I used a can of French green beans and pre-cooked my frozen corn. I made real mashed potatoes. I only made this with 1 lb. of ground beef. This made plenty. I added a dash of garlic salt (this adds to the flavor a LOT!) and plenty of salt and pepper. For cheese I had a bizarre mélange of leftover Swiss, Colby-jack , sharp cheddar, American and a bit of pungent Fontina. Instead of shredding it all on top I made a cheese sauce out of it all by melting it in the microwave with some butter and a little milk. I blended it all together then spread it over the potatoes. Doing with what I had, cooking the corn, making the potatoes, making the gravy and cheese sauce, increased the prep time considerably. I made this in the afternoon to bake that evening. Couldn’t wait to try the leftovers for lunch..delicious! I welcome different ways to use ground beef. I will make this again.
Great Recipe!! Everyone loved it! I put some refrigerated biscuits in the bottom of the casserole as a crust. I too only used 2 cups of gravy and that was more than enough to keep it moist. The only other change I made was to layer shredded cheese on top of the meat mixture, then a layer of french fried onion rings, and then home-made mashed potatoes!!! It was a hit! This will definitely be a new regular in our home!!!
This was the best shepherds pie that I've ever made... I also only used 2 cans of gravy and 1 lb of beef, and it turned out perfectly!
This recipe is awesome. My boyfriend just told me to "give that lady some stars"! I substituted one can of cream of mushroom soup for one of the cans of gravy and used sharp cheddar in lieu of american cheese. Also, the store was out of the instant potatoes in the bag, so I used boxed instant (Hungry Jack) and doubled the 6 serving instructions which came out to just the right amount. This is the 1st time I have ever made this and it turned out great. I have already been informed that I will be making it much more often. Thanks for the great recipe!
I thought this was a tasty, stick to your ribs dish. I used frozen corn, (which I cooked prior to adding), real mashed potatoes, and shredded mild chedder. I also reduced brown gravy to two packets, which was PLENTY!
This was very good, I omitted the beans as most of the family doesn't like them, I only used 2 cans of gravy...I can't imagine using 4, it would be way too soupy, and I used shredded co-jack on top. We all liked this.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Shepherd's Pie Complete
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 365
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