Low Carb & Low Fat Shepherd's Pie

Low Carb & Low Fat Shepherd's Pie created by BBCFan

Love Shepherd's pie - but watchin' those carbs and fat content? WHO ISN'T!? Well, this should suffice. Yes, I know it's not as rich as the Full Fat/Full Carb version, but IT IS really, really, delish AND you don't have to feel sooooooo guilty and starve yourself the next day to make up for having this.

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  • Fry the onions in a little oil until golden and fry until soft.
  • Add ground turkey and cook until browned.
  • Mix contents of the packet with water and add to the pan.
  • Bring to boil and simmer, covered for 10 minutes.
  • Add ketchup and frozen veggies and transfter to everything to an overnproof dish/casserole.
  • Cover with mashed "potato"s (which is really mashed califlower) make it as thin or thick as you want and cook in the over for 25-30 minutes.
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"Love Shepherd's pie - but watchin' those carbs and fat content? WHO ISN'T!? Well, this should suffice. Yes, I know it's not as rich as the Full Fat/Full Carb version, but IT IS really, really, delish AND you don't have to feel sooooooo guilty and starve yourself the next day to make up for having this."

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  1. ellie_
    This was very good for a middle-of-the-week casserole! I made some changes by using a chicken gravy mix instead of the Knorr mix specified (I couldn't find it in my store) and I used more frozen veggies (12 oz) and skipped the low carb mashed potatoes. Thanks for the very easy and filling recipe!
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    Low Carb & Low Fat Shepherd's Pie Created by BBCFan
  3. BBCFan
    Low Carb & Low Fat Shepherd's Pie Created by BBCFan
  4. BBCFan
    Love Shepherd's pie - but watchin' those carbs and fat content? WHO ISN'T!? Well, this should suffice. Yes, I know it's not as rich as the Full Fat/Full Carb version, but IT IS really, really, delish AND you don't have to feel sooooooo guilty and starve yourself the next day to make up for having this.
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