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This Recipe Will Make You Feel Like You’re Back In Grandma’s Kitchen
Hey, everyone! So, today we are making a classic cottage pie for dinner! I’m super excited about this recipe because you can use lamb or beef. I’ve never had lamb before so I think I’ll be wrastling me up some to use. Have any of you ever used ground lamb in a cottage or shepherd’s pie? I wonder what it tastes like. I should probably cook a little sample up for my taste testy self to make sure that I actually like it. I wouldn’t want to make an entire cottage pie, sample it, and gag over the taste of the lamb LOL! I’m sure that wouldn’t happen, though.
This recipe is quite versatile and allows you to add or subtract ingredients as you see fit. I didn’t add any shredded carrot to mine but I did add onion.
Let me know how you like this recipe in the comment section below. Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: You can use either ground beef or ground lamb in this luscious recipe. Traditional cottage pie is made with ground lamb.