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If you are looking for an easy mince pie recipe, then you parked at the right page. This easy cottage pie recipe is perfect for a family of four and ideal for any occasion, as a lunch or a dinner. It simply tastes delicious, if I may say so myself.
Cottage pie, Shepherd's pie, or hachis Parmentier is a meat pie consisting of cooked minced meat topped with mashed potato. The difference between cottage pie and shepherd's pie lies in the meat. Cottage pie is cooked with beef, whereas shepherd's pie is cooked with mutton.
That being said, you can use either mutton or beef and prepare your own version of this mince pie recipe, either cottage pie, or shepherd's pie. For the sake of keeping the food fun police happy, we will from hereon forward, call this mince pie recipe, a cottage pie recipe.
This is a basic cottage pie recipe, some people add peas or mixed garden vegetables when cooking the mince, but this cottage pie recipe makes no mention of vegetables. You can add any vegetables of your choice if you prefer. Our suggestion would be to add the vegetables towards the end of the mince cooking process.
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