6 Reviews

I really enjoyed this! Made using some slightly tough leftover roast beef. Used the juices from the roast for the gravy. I used less salt. Good use of leftovers!

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StacyMD187373 April 07, 2014

This was good and easy to make. It's been snowing so I had to make some subs in this recipe because of what I had on hand. I used ground beef instead of beef and didn't add the celery. I used corn instead of carrots. I cut back on the salt to a half a teaspoon. We all enjoyed this but thought it was just a bit too much garlic powder. I think I would cut it in half next time. This had really good flavor just a bit too much garlic for our tastes.

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bmcnichol January 28, 2011

I'd comment, but my keyboard broke when my head fell on it when I passed out from pure, nearly orgasmic joy. Made for Under Cover Photos.

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gailanng June 21, 2010

This was the best cottage pie I have ever made, MMM MMM MMM, almost followed to a T, only strayed by using (1/2) roast beef and had some (1/2) leftover pork roast, also a little left over pork gravy. The house (wife and kids) got lucky tonight being able to enjoy this dish with me, served with nice loaf of crusty french bread. can't wait for leftovers tommorow. Definitly goin' in my Sponge Bob folder, with the rest of my favs!!!

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Bagodaddy February 03, 2010

Miller came up with some really stupendous recipies! This is a wonderful take on shepard's pie. Comfort food at it's best.

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Countrywife August 21, 2006
Cottage Pie VI