Learn how to make classic Shepherd’s Pie with our Chef Nick Saraf only on Get Curried.
Cooking this tasty British classic has never been so easy…This is the best shepherd’s pie recipe you will ever see. It’s very quick to make, and most – if not all – of the ingredients already on hand. So join Nick Saraf for making delicious Shepherd’s Pie only on Get Curried.
– 2 carrots diced
– 2 onions diced
– crushed garlic
– 2 stocks of celery diced
– 1 cup of peas
– 1 kg of minced lamb
– lamb bones ( for stock )
– Tomato Paste
– Cayenne Pepper
– Dry Rosemary
– Worcestershire sauce
– Salt & Crushed Black Pepper
– 1 pot of water
– 6 potatoes diced
– 200ml of heavy cream
– 2 egg yolks
– cheddar cheese
– crushed black pepper
– In a sauce pan, add lamb bones and water and boil it to get the lamb stock
– Keep a pan on medium flame, pour some oil, add the carrots and once half cooked add onions and cook them properly
– Add crush garlic, celery and peas and let it cook.
– Add minced lamb, once the lamb is cooked well, add tomato paste, cayenne pepper, dry rosemary mix it all together
Add lamb stock, flour, butter,
– Add Worcestershire sauce, salt and crushed black pepper
– And the lamb filling is done.
– In a pot of cold water add diced potatoes and boil the water by covering it with a lid
– Once the potatoes are boiled, drain off the water and keep the potatoes on low flame
– Mash the potatoes with masher. To the mashed potatoes add heavy cream to it and mix well
– Add butter, egg yolks, and again mix well
– For lump free mashed potatoes, pass the mixture through the sieve.
– Once you get the lump free mashed potatoes add salt, crushed black pepper and cheddar cheese.
– Apply butter to a glass casserole.
– Place the lamb filling as the base and level it.
– Over the lamb filling place the layer of mashed potatoes and place some grated cheese on the top.
– Keep it in the oven at 200C for 20 minutes
– Let the pie cool down
– Take a bite and enjoy the Shepherd’s Pie
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