Easy to prepare and I think that the fresh herbs added depth and a fresh flavor to this fast meal. I think lamb is pricey which makes this dish a bit more expensive than I would to spend on one dish.
Fast Shepherd's Pie
MrsDana Posted: 11/01/12
EmmaLee75 Posted: 02/11/13
Yum, really hit the spot on a cold winters night. Like the other reviewers, the next time I make this I will add a little salt to taste and I will substitute with ground lamb since a package of 4 lamb chops at my grocery is $11. Overall I will definitely make this again.
wonderwab Posted: 12/30/12
This was easy and the end result was delicious!
Kazzygurl Posted: 11/08/12
Easy to prepare. Our Whole Foods was out of lamb so we used lean ground Bison. This is a low sodium recipe. As we are not watching our salt intake, we did up the salt a bit. I think next time I will use fat free sour cream in the mashed potatoes instead of milk as the potatoes lacked that decadent, creamy texture and taste that would compliment the richness of the meat. This is a great recipe!
OtterChef Posted: 01/22/13
Great flavor and came together easily. Thanks!
BeckiSue Posted: 11/12/12
Very easy to prepare and fast. I was surprised how flavorful it was, considering its simple prep. I would make again with lamb or even venison.
MelissaJax Posted: 11/24/12
Excellent dish! We don't eat potatoes so I topped it with mashed parsnips. I fixed it ahead and baked at 350° for 45 minutes. We will be eating it again, although I probably won't use lamb any more.
Amy9876 Posted: 09/12/14
This is a great easy dinner. I used ground beef in place of the lamb because my local grocery didn't have lamb today. Family loved it. Will make again soon.
laebrown Posted: 09/30/13
Made this for an easy weeknight dinner. Had to make a couple adaptations to make it lighter on the wallet and gluten-free. I used a heaping tablespoon of corn starch in place of the flour (gluten-free) and a half-pound of 97% lean ground beef in place of the lamp chops (half the price). Everything else I kept exactly the same, and both me and my S.O. loved it! If you're making this with beef, I recommend using a jammy merlot, as it will pair perfectly with your meal. If you're used to more robust flavors from ethnic food, throw in a few cloves of minced garlic in with the onions. I'll definitely be making this again! :-)