Shepherds Pie Recipe Help Please!!

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  1. bubba

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    Hi all! I'm hoping someone on the Disboards can give me a hand with finding a recipe!! Years ago, I had a recipe card given out by Old El Paso for Tex-Mex Shepherds Pie. Several moves later, I seem to have lost the recipe card!! My kids have recently developed an enjoyment of tex-mex foods and I wanted to try this recipe on them. I know it had ground beef, salsa, and taco seasoning but I can't remember anything else about it. Anyone have the recipe I'm looking for ? (Oh, and I have Googled it and have come up empty. I freely admit, I'm not a very good googler :confused3)
     
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  3. greeneeyes

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    SoI would guess you could use an ordinary Shepherds Pie recipe and just sub in salsa and taco seasoning for any fresh tomatoes and herbs called for.:thumbsup2
     
  5. greeneeyes

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    but a mexican one uses beef and not lamb as a real shepard's pie would since shepards don't tend beef cattle :rotfl: The veggies are a bit different too
     
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    OK then check a cottage ppie recipe:rolleyes1 I tend to use the terms interchangeably as I nearly always make mine with beef (lamb mince can be fatty). I've also made it using leftover chicken in gravy with mash on top and still called it shepherds pie;)
     
  7. ginna74

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    mine is generic I guess with no spices... it had ground beef at the bottom with corn and any cream of soup then tatertots or mashed potatoes then cheese.... I know.. plain jane.. but I liked it. Sorry not what you wanted
     
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