Top-ranked recipe named "Irish Rovers Unicorn Pub Shepherds Pie"
Try this Irish Rovers Unicorn Pub Shepherds Pie recipe, or contribute your own. "Casseroles" and "Beef" are two tags used to describe Irish Rovers Unicorn Pub Shepherds Pie.
"I made a few adjustments since I did not have some things on hand. I used garlic powder to taste, and cut the recipe in half to feed a smaller family. Overall this was better than my previous shepherd's pie recipe because of the gravy that held it all together. Also the melted butter (and a 1/4 cup of milk) in the mashed potatoes made them so light and fluffy. They were perfect. I will definitely be using this version from now on."- JamieK
Cook ground beef in frying pan until brown. Add onion, carrots, celery, garlic, salt, pepper and nutmeg. Lower heat and cook for 10 minutes or until vegetables are wilted. Add beef broth, bring to a boil. Stir in enough of the butter/flour roux to make a thick gravy to bind the filling. Pour into large shallow baking pan and cool. The filling should be about 1-1/2 inches deep. Cover the meat mixture in the pan with the corn and then top with the hot mashed potatoes. smooth potatoes evenly, brush surface with butter. Bake at 325 F for 35-40 minutes. The Irish Rovers, of "Puff the Magic Dragon" and "The Unicorn" fame, own a very successful "Old Country Pub" in Calgary, Alberta. Their Shepherds Pie is justly famous. Vincent Lee, kitchen manager at the Unicorn says the recipe came directly from Ireland via the Irish Rovers more than 10 years ago. Calgary Sun, Monday, October 15, 1990 per Fred Towner Fidonet COOKING echo
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mommyloves2cook25 5 months agoLove making this one of our family favorites.
scootersweb 10 months agoThis is the first time that I have made this and I think it turned out really well. Everyone seamed to enjoy it and they have made it before. My friend said the don't usually add the nutmeg to the meat sauce but they sprinkle it on top. Also we had 5 adults eating with 6 servings and still had half of it left over.
ericadcampbell75 1 year agoDelicious! The best shepherd's pie that I've ever eaten.
dakotarussell 1 year agoThis is the stuff! I've tried a couple of other Shepherds' Pie recipes on bigoven, and this one is the definite winner. I usually add in some peas, but it's perfect as is
lorimurphy 1 year agoI chopped the celery leaves and added those plus a can of creamed corn and two heaping tablespoons of tomato soup to the mix. For the gravy I used a beef and chicken bouillon cube. I made the gravy separately then added. It was sooo yummy!
Deliverme88 1 year agoDefiantly one of my favorite BigOven recipes! Like stated in other comments, I added Worcestershire sauce to the meat mixture and cheese on the top of the potatoes. This is one recipe that never has left overs!
colincci 1 year agoMade this for supper the other night. Was simple to make and very delicious. I was missing the corn, but it was excellent just the same. Will definitely make again.
SandyStruble 1 year agoI had made this for years. Forgot all about it until my grown daughter asked for it for her birthday dinner. Her favorite, thank you for sharing!
sHellsKitchen 1 year agoUgh this is just delish!!! Makes a lot; half a recipe feeds a family of 4 w/leftovers. I substitute mushrooms for the corn, add 1/3 cup wine, 1 Tbsp of fresh thyme, 1-2 Tbsp of cornstarch to thicken the gravy, and top the potatoes off with shredded cheddar cheese. Yum, yum, yum!
maryngoblah 1 year ago