How to make it

  • Because I have been cooking professionally for a very long time I do not measure but am able to help out if you are unsure of amts.
  • Take out cold-cooked chuck roast and cube to about 1/2 inch pieces
  • Make mashed potatoes to taste: keep them dense
  • Corn or favorite vegetable
  • Make a gravy starting with a roux and adding the broth
  • Assemble by putting the meat and cooked vegetables in the bottom of a glass casserole dish
  • Pour the gravy over the top-the amount of the gravy depends on the leftovers of the meat and veggies but make sure you have added alot of gravy
  • Put dense mashed potatoes in mounds over the casserole mixture and spread over the meat and veggies
  • Make 6 - 1/2 " TSP size "wells" in the potatoes and put dabs of butter in each
  • Bake at 350 degrees for about 40 minutes or until you see bubbles forming along the corners and in the center of the casserole
  • I know we all have our favorite Shepard's pie recipe, as I have, but this works

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  • valinkenmore 8 years ago
    Great ingredients make great dishes! Wonderful easy post! My hubby will love it.
    Thanks again, Valerie
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  • lisamariem99 8 years ago
    WOW this is a great ideal better than left over sandwiches great I will definatly do in the fall and winter months. I will add sauted garlic and a few dashes of wortishire for added zing maybe some assorted sautade mushrooms to make it alittle more interesting and hearty cold night comfort food yea baby.
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  • jenniferbyrdez 10 years ago
    I like it.
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    " It was excellent "
    bluewaterandsand ate it and said...
    Great idea, sounds delicious!
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