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A really, really tasty and (virtuously) vegan shepherd's pie recipe! The peanut butter and garbanzo bean combo was ingenious! I used crunchy, natural peanut butter, added 1/2 teaspoon salt and used Vege-sal for the seasoned salt. Instead of onion powder I used 1 tablespoon of dried onion flakes because I had it on hand. Otherwise no changes. Although it takes a bit of time for the boiling and baking part, the actual assembly was a breeze and was well worth the time. My only suggestion is to add some carrots too for the vitamin A, making it a complete meal in itself:D BF really liked it too. I think this will become a staple in my house!

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Kumquat the Cat's friend October 04, 2007

I was very dubious, but this came out pretty good. My daughter loved it. I think it needed cumin or paprika.

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MoreWithLessMom March 21, 2013

Very interesting dish! I omitted the salts (personal preference). Thanks for sharing! PAC Fall 09

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Starrynews September 28, 2009

i am usually a very adventurous eater (as long as its vegetarian anyway) but this dish was just too weird for me. something about the mix of seasoned salt (i used natures seasons) + peanut butter + garbanzo beans + mashed potatoes just does not work for me. sorry to be a party pooper everyone!

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esmerelda smoot August 06, 2008

Because my fridge is packed with leftovers of one kind and another but I really wanted to try this, I just made half the recipe and put it in a little glass casserole dish. It came out perfect and was really good! We'll definitely have this again. Thanks! Reviewed for Pick-A-Chef.

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mliss29 April 29, 2008
Vegetable Shepherd's Pie