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The Sheppard's Pie

Jan 15, 2013


This may sound like some sort of medieval concoction with Lassie in the middle. Don't worry, it's not. It's actually a delicatessen! I'm going to share with you one of my most recent recipes for Shepherds' pie. The original sheps pie had peas, carrots and white potatoes. I used my culinary skills to beef it up and make it more nutritional. Let me know what you think&

2 lbs pound of meat (turkey, 100% grass fed beef, chicken, bacon, sausage whatever you'd like). I typically choose 1lb of grass fed beef along with 1lb of sausage or kielbasa.

  1. Cook meat in a frying pan until finished.
  2. Add 16 oz tomato puree and vegetables (my choices have been 1 serving of mushrooms and bell peppers). Add spices for taste (my favorite is 3 tbsp. of sriracha hot sauce & fresh crushed garlic).
  3. In a separate pan, steam 1 bag of spinach. Then microwave or cook 3 sweet potatoes. I usually poke em with a fork to release the steam as they cook. When finished, mash them all
  4. In a separate bowl., I add pepper and jack cheese tomake it super yummy.
  5. Put it all together for the finished product (30-40 minutes)&
  6. In a pie pan, cover the bottom with 2-3 inches of the sauce & meat (leftover sauce & meat is for breakfast the next day). On top of the sauce, add the spinach and then top it off with the sweet potatoes.

This is a great meal after you work out because it's an excellent source of carbs to fuel your muscles. I don't want to hear that BS about β€œtoo much saturate fat!” Do your research.

Coronary heart disease (CHD or CAD) isn't caused from saturated fats; it's from the lack of activity and processed flours (breads, grains etc)! Contest&. Add in your favorite veggies, meats or tricks and let me know what you think! Until next time, Shake and Bake!

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