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Take The Easy Road And End Up With This Amazing Meal!
Are you hungry for a soul-pleasing casserole? Whenever I’m in the mood for comfort food, I turn to Shepherd’s Pie. What could be better than hot mashed potatoes laying on top of savory ground beef and gravy? For as long as I can remember, Shepherd’s Pie has been a staple Sunday meal in my mother’s household. I’ve carried on this tradition and make it for my family. Will you be making it for yours? I’m so glad I found this recipe as it’s easy to follow and the results are wondrous!
This hamburger and mashed potato casserole is perfect for a winter’s evening meal or a quick and simple summer supper. It really doesn’t matter what time of year it is when making this yummy dish.
I love eating casserole’s like this because they are super easy to throw together and they make a wholesome and hearty supper option for hungry kids and spouses.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Simply Recipes.
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Quick Tip: Toss in some diced carrots and peas to add a bit of color to your casserole.