The Anonymous Widower

Mid-Sized Shepherd’s Pies

I recently bought two small Le Creuset dishes that were on offer in John Lewis.

So I made some of my Shepherd’s Pie mixture and made a large individual pie in each.

Mid-Sized Shepherd's Pies

Mid-Sized Shepherd’s Pies

I then cooked one and ate it as I often do, with lashings of tomato sauce.

Shepherd's Pie With Tomato Sauce

Shepherd’s Pie With Tomato Sauce

i wonder if you could have a surprise pie party, as various pies can be made this way. So some would get fish, others meat of various sorts and you might even throw in a few veggie ones.

April 26, 2013 - Posted by | Food |

5 Comments »

  1. When my children were small, I often made variations of this type of pie – sausage and baked beans, fish (for them not me), various veggie ones, and sometimes different veg mashed into the potato as layers. They were easy, nutritious and could be made ahead and kept in the fridge until they needed to be cooked

    Comment by Liz P | April 27, 2013 | Reply

    • I have several ones. I like the idea of the pie party. Perhaps as a fund raising idea, in that if you don’t like what you draw, you can buy another. Developed it could be great fun!

      Comment by AnonW | April 27, 2013 | Reply

  2. It could be fun, but with an anaphylactic reaction to certain fish (mostly the oily ones) I wouldn’t ever risk buying one – and might be dubious about buying one even if I knew what was in it, because of contamination.

    Comment by Liz P | April 28, 2013 | Reply

    • I think you’d put the allergies on the pies. My fish pie, also has celery in it. The oddest allergy I know, is a friend, who’s allergic to chickpeas. Her doctor doesn’t know of another.

      Comment by AnonW | April 28, 2013 | Reply

  3. […] made a pair of shepherd’s pies tonight; one for the stomach and one for the weekend. It’ll probably be Saturday after the […]

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