Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pies

September/October 2011

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These mini vegetarian shepherd’s pies feature lentils, carrot and corn, crowned with a velvety mashed potato topping. The recipe can also be made in a broiler-safe casserole dish. Serve with a spinach salad with oranges, walnuts and red-wine vinaigrette.

Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pies Recipe

17 Reviews for Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pies


Both my husband and I loved this recipe. The flavors are perfect! Fresh thyme makes this special. Will make many times. Thank you!


I love lentils so I loved this. My husband is a meat eater and he loved it as well. I used peas instead of corn. Also, if you're familiar with HP sauce it's an interesting accompaniment.

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Anonymous wrote 42 weeks 2 days ago

Hi Abmelrose -- what, please,

Hi Abmelrose -- what, please, is HF sauce?

love this new use for lentils!

This is a great dinner for the family. With all those hearty ingredients, who would miss the meat? I also love the idea of serving in individual pots for better portion control. Does anyone know where to buy the ones in the picture?

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Anonymous wrote 43 weeks 6 days ago cast iron cast iron dutch ovens

My husband's new favorite!

I prepared this for my husband and his friend. They are both meat loving men and they raved about this. I followed the recipe exactly except I substituted in sweet potatoes instead of regular. It was a beautiful autumn meal that was tasty and satisfying. I am making it again tonight!

This had great flavor and was a cheap and healthy meal !

Good, though onions were a little overpowering. Next time I will definitely use less onions, and add more corn.

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Anonymous wrote 2 years 2 weeks ago

I took your advice and used

I took your advice and used 1/2 of a medium onion. Thanks!

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