This is literally one of the easiest meals to make and it’s basically all leftovers!
Get your St. Patty’s Day Leftovers out, grab a a pie plate or two and follow these simple instructions. (We like to do this after any big feast, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter…you can virtually throw anything in and call it a Po’ Mans Shepherds Pie!)
Spray your pan with some Olive Oil or Pam
Chop up your meat, carrots, cabbage, onions into bite sized pieces. If you need some filler, we like to add in some frozen corn or green beans…the more veggies the better! Then you want to cover everything with a gravy. You can either make a gravy out of the juice from the slow cooker or buy a packet from the grocery store to make and pour over. Once your gravy is on you’ll want to take your potatoes, heat them up in a pot and mash them up. We add in some milk and herbs, salt and pepper and whisk until they are the consistency we like (we like them a little chunky!) Then spread your mashed potatoes over everything, cover with foil and toss it in the oven at 350 degrees for about 1 hour. Then remove the foil, sprinkle some cheese and/or some French fried onions on top and cook for another 10 minutes. And done! Super easy, can’t go wrong with this one!
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