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Shepherd's Pie


Shepherd's Pie

Father Randy Mattox prepares Shepherd's Pie with ground beef and shares the biblical meaning behind this delicious dish.
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Shepherd’s Pie 

Father Randy Mattox 



1 1/2 lb. ground lamb or beef 

1 large onion, diced 

3 oz mushrooms 

1 1/2 c frozen peas and carrots 

1 c frozen corn 

1 tsp rosemary 

1 tsp thyme 

1 bay leaf 

2 cloves garlic, minced 

1/4 c red wine 

1 Tbs Worcestershire sauce 

2 Tbs tomato paste  

2 c Beef stock 

6-8 med russet potatoes, peeled and cut in 1 in pieces 

4 Tbs butter 

1/2 c milk 

salt and pepper to taste 



1.              Preheat oven to 400 degrees. 

2.              Place cut potatoes in pot of water with some salt and let it heat up and boil while preparing the meat and vegetables. 

3.              In a large pan, brown beef or lamb along with onions.    

4.              Once browned and the onions translucent, add tomato paste and mix in. 

5.              Once mixed in, add garlic and cook for a minute, then add rosemary, thyme, Worcestershire sauce, and wine. Mix together and let cook for one to two minutes. 

6.              Add mushrooms, then beef stock and bring to boil. Let it reduce a bit before adding salt and pepper to taste. Add corn, peas and carrots, and let come back to a boil and cook 5 - 10 mins or so. Take off the heat. 

7.              Once potatoes are cooked to a mashable state, strain potatoes into a colander, then place potatoes back in pot. Add butter and mash until the consistency desired. Add milk for creaminess, and salt and pepper to taste. 

8.              In a 3 qt dish, pour meat mixture and spread around evenly.  then dollop the mashed potatoes on top and gently spread, covering the meat mixture.  Place dish in oven and bake for 40 mins or so, until the potatoes start to brown a bit.  

9.              Finally, thank the Lord Jesus for being such a wonderfully Good Shepherd to us!!!

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