Shepherd's pie (rodier)
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Shepherd's pie (rodier)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:56:26 AM. Recipe ID 18634. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Shepherd's pie (rodier)
 Categories: Main dish, Diabetic, Canadian, Mushrooms, Pies
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
      2 c  Peeled potatoes, cut up
      2 tb Grated Parmesan cheese
      1 lb Lean ground meat *
      2 c  Water
      1 tb Flour
      2 ts Worstershire sauce
      1    Bouillon cube, crushed
    1/2 ts Celery salt
      2 tb Chopped onion
  1 1/2 c  Frozen mixed vegetables
      1 c  Sliced mushrooms
 
  * Use ground beef, pork or lamb OR 3/4 lb. cooked meat such as
  leftover roast.  Chop leftover meat into small pieces and omit meat
  browning step.
  
  Cook potatoes in lightly salted water just until tender. Drain,
  reserving 3 tbsp cooking liquid.  Mash potatoes with reserved cooking
  liquid until fluffy; fold in Parmesan cheese. Set aside. Stir-cook
  meat in a frypan until pinkness disappears; remove to a plate. Remove
  any fat from frypan.
  
  Combine water, flour, Worcestershire sauce, bouillon cube and celery
  salt in a screw top jar; shake until thoroughly mixed; pour into
  frypan. Add onion and stir-cook over medium heat 3 min; add
  vegetables, return to a boil, and stir-cook 2 min.  Stir in mushrooms
  and browned meat. Continue cooking until heated through.
  
  Spoon into a 6 cup casserole; top with potato mixture. Bake in 375F
  oven 30 min until potatoes are lightly browned and mixture is bubbly.
  
  4 servings 1 1/3 cups 3 Protein Choices, 1 Starchy, 1 Fruit &
  Vegetables
  
  From Choice Cooking by Canadian Diabetes Association Shared by
  Elizabeth Rodier
 




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Recipe ID 18634 (Apr 03, 2005)

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