Easy Thermomix Shepherds Pie with Hidden Vegetables
Shepherds pie is a homely comfort food perfect for the cold winters nights. A rich meaty pie, topped with crispy potato gems. My Thermomix Shepherds Pie is easy to make and packed with hidden vegetables.
Shepherds pie is a traditional family favourite in winter. It has always been a dish that I know will be devoured by all. The only issue I have as the cook is that I hate having to make mashed potato as well as the mince base. Yes… I know I’m a lazy cook!
I saw the idea of adding a potato gem topping to shepherds pie in a magazine recently and new this is my new “go to” dish. What a stroke of genius! This version gives the traditional shepherds pie a slightly more elegant presentation, plus the kids will love the potato gems! Actually, who wouldn’t love the gems crispy potato deliciousness?
This is what we call “a win for the good guys”. Meaning my Thermomix Shepherds Pie is easy to make, packed with vegetables, and has enough “kid appeal to pass the scrutiny of “little ones”. It’s a win for everyone.
Step by Step Thermomix Shepherds Pie
As you can see from the pictures, my Thermomix Shepherds Pie includes loads of vegetables!
The spinach and frozen mixed vegetables are reserved in the baking dish whilst the other ingredients are cooked off. The whole dish is then assembled and baked.
This is a complete dish which needs no additional accompaniments, however, a piece of garlic bread never goes astray!
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Shepherds pie is the perfect comfort food in winter. This recipe makes a rich meaty pie, topped with crispy potato gems.
- 120 g baby spinach
- 500 g mixed frozen vegetables
- 2 TBS cornflour (corn starch)
- 2 TBS water
- 1/2 tsp black peppercorns
- 1 rosemary sprig
- 20 g garlic
- 300 g onion quartered
- 220 g short cuts bacon
- 500 g lean beef mince
- 500 g lamb mince
- 1 TBS tomato paste
- 100 g tomato passata
- 1 TBS vegetable stock paste
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp allspice
- 50 ml tomato paste
- 2 TBS Worcestershire sauce or soy sauce
- 800 g potato gems
Place the frozen mixed vegetables and baby spinach in a casserole dish and reserve for later.
Combine the cornflour and water in a small bowl. stir until smooth. Reserve for later.
Place black peppercorns, rosemary and garlic in TM bowl. Blitz 3 sec/Speed 9.
Add the onion and bacon to the herbs. Mince 10 sec/Speed 6.
Scrape down the bowl and cook. 10 min/Varoma/ Speed 1 (MC OUT)
Add the 2 minces, tomato paste, tomato passata, vegetable stock paste, salt, allspice and Worcestershire sauce to the TM bowl. Cook 20min/Varoma/Soft Spoon (Reverse) (MC OUT- Spoon in)
Agitate the mince mixture periodically as it cooks to break up any large pieces of mince.
Pre-heat the oven 180 degree Celsius.
Stir the cornflour and water mixture again and add it to the mince. Cook 1 min/Varoma /Soft Spoon (Reverse) (MC OUT- Spoon in)
Spoon the mince into a large casserole dish with the spinach and frozen vegetables and combine them well.
Arrange the potato gems on top of the casserole dish. Bake 30min 180 degrees
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