American Shepherd's Pie Recipe
Ground beef and onions seasoned with thyme and made creamy with vegetable soup are smothered in mashed potatoes, topped with Colby cheese and baked for a hot, hearty dinner.
The secret ingredients in this recipe for the classic comfort food shepherd's pie are American cheese and cream-style corn.
This recipe was good but did need a little more meat and more seasonings, it was a bit bland. My kids liked it and I will make it again with the changes above.
This was an excellent recipe. Next time I will cut out the celery, though - I thought it detracted a bit. Other than that, it was good - even the kids liked it, and they are at that picky stage.
This seems to be one of those recipes where anything you want to throw into the pot is acceptable. As long as the end product tastes good, the endevour has been a success. Several of the reviews mentioned that the "pie" was bland. This was my clue to expermient. So I put in some things to give it a kick. First I added a can of cream corn (cause I really like corn) as several reviewers mentioned and I used mushroom soup instead of veggy soup, then three cloves of finely cut garlic. In the potatoes, I added milk and a LARGE tablespoon of creamy horseradish sauce (anything with the word horse in it should give it a "kick"). I added a dash or two of worchestershire sauce and a dash or three of garlic salt. I tossed in a can of white beans (this one gave it a real boost and I highly recommend concidering the beans as an additive). I also used more than the three cups of potatoes. I used three good sized russet potatoes. I have no idea what Colby longhorn cheese is, so I had some medium chedar that I used. The en
Here is a shepherd's pie, made easy, that your family will love.
This has been a family favorite since I was a kid,but my mother used cream of mushroom soup, and frozen veggies, topped with shredded cheddar cheese. Today I do the,same but I use Fiesta Mexican Mix Cheese for the topping. My family loves it all the same.
Freezes very well. Good dish to freeze and have on hand for unexpected guests.