Shepherd’s Pie. It is one of my all-time favourite dishes to eat!
I also love eating out at pubs. To me, if a pub is worth its salt, the Shepherd’s Pie on their menu looks and tastes good. If it is, I make that pub a favourite to visit.
Though my other half is a wonder in the kitchen, I can hold my own where making yummy dishes are concerned. At home, I have sole licence to whip up is Shepherd’s Pie. I had to share this dish because it is one of my favourites to make for my family, friends, or for myself when I was single! It is so simple to cook and savoury to eat.
Besides tasting awesome, this dish tastes amazing the next day. It heats up well and is as yummy the next day as it was the night before.
My family is always excited to eat a plate or bowl of this fabulous dish, and it is sad when it the casserole dish is empty. This is why I have to double my recipe when I make it so there is enough to eat a second day.
There are so many different Shepherd’s Pie recipes out there. Some versions like using Worcestershire sauce. For me, the flavour of this sauce puts me off just a bit.
I also do not like to have too many vegetables in a Shepherd’s Pie. My kids love having only corn, and they don’t even notice the onions since they are chopped.
Are you ready to get cooking? Have a look below at my Simple and Savoury Shepherd’s Pie recipe!
Simple and Savoury Shepherd’s Pie
Though my family can eat this dish all year-round, our favourite time of year to tuck in and enjoy our Shepherd’s Pie High is during the winter. It gets us warmed up after a chilly day. I especially love making smaller portions in ramekins, so I have my own individual portion straight out of the oven.
I hope you try out this yummy Shepherd’s Pie recipe and enjoy it for yourself!
Until my next post, Readers!