This was yummy! Simple and good. My grandson asked for this to be repeated often. Thanks for sharing. Made for Cookbook Tag.
A tasty variation on Shepherd's Pie! I doubled the spices (not the sugar) because I thought it was too bland. I also added 1/2 teaspoon of smoked paprika to the spice mixture for a nice balance. This one is a keeper!
I love shepherd's pie... and yours was a hit in our home!! We loved the added bonus of the beans!! Used a little less corn as my dbf doesn't enjoy it as much as me... Loved the layer of cheese in the middle... loved the spices... we loved it!! Made for Market Tag. Thanks parsley! :)
This really hit the spot. My DD even ate it all and didn't complain (very rare). I used pinto beans (didn't have Kidney) and I used 1 lb. of ground beef and then some chorizo that the wife had in the fridge. This is a definate keeper. Thank you for sharing. I wanted to add, I made this again and froze it to take to the lake. I reheated at 385 or so for around 2 hours. Again... it did not stand a chance... everyone loved it.
This is a great Tex-Mex dish that went together quickly and is very tasty. The potato topping is TDF. DH has requested the potatoes as a regular dinner dish. The only change that I made was to use chicken in place of beef and 1 28oz. can of crushed tomatoes in place of the tomato sauce and other can of tomatoes (as I didn't have them). The next time I will use the beef version. Thanks for sharing Parsley.
This was DH's dream dinner...comfort food and tex mex all in one. I cheated a little by using some instant potatoes..but hey living in the potato state I can get instant ones that taste almost as good as the real thing and none of the work. I added everything to them (the potatoes) according to directions and they turned out way yummy!!! My very picky 6 yr old DD whp professes to hate peppers and onions had seconds and never made a peep! That alone would give you a 10 star, lol! This is way faster than I thought it would be and is such a nice change from traditional shepards pie...thank for a GREAT recipe!