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Here’s an all time Irish favorite that your whole family will enjoy! This is the perfect recipe to use up some of your leftovers. Filled with the many flavors of fall, there’s little you need to add to this dish, from what you probably already have in your fridge. And don’t worry if you don’t have every single ingredient at hand! Just leave that out and throw in something extra.
There are many variations on this dish, but if you find yourself with a lot of leftover mash potatoes, this is one great way to not waste food. You can also add other leftovers, like green beans, or even a layer of squash. I always like to hide all kinds of veggies into this dish, since it’s how even the pickiest of eaters will enjoy their greens. Get creative with this delicious plate of robust flavors!
Recipe courtesy of Taste of Home. Image courtesy of YummyMummyClub.
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