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Mini Shepherd's Pies

January/February 2008

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (134 votes)

In EatingWell's take on Shepherd's Pie, we replace the potato topping with convenient, delicious frozen squash puree. And they're baked in individual ramekins to guarantee perfectly sized servings and help you get it on the table fast.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Has anyone tried this with a meat subsitute? I often make a Shepherd's Pie as an alternative for vegetarian family members on Thanksgiving, but those I have tried are very time-consuming for a busy cooking day. "
Mini Shepherd's Pies Recipe

20 Reviews for Mini Shepherd's Pies

03/03/2014

I love to make this on a regular basis because it is quick, healthy, and delicious.

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03/03/2014

I love to make this on a regular basis because it is quick, healthy, and delicious.

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03/03/2014

I love to make this on a regular basis because it is quick, healthy, and delicious.

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06/02/2013
Anonymous

Except that this recipe is not shepherd's pie - it is Cottage Pie. Shepherd's Pie (i.e. Sheep herder) is made with Lamb; Cottage Pie is made with Beef.

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06/02/2013
Anonymous

Except that this recipe is not shepherd's pie - it is Cottage Pie. Shepherd's Pie (i.e. Sheep herder) is made with Lamb; Cottage Pie is made with Beef.

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