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Tired of the same old roasted turkey and stuffing? Give your guests a surprise with this Asian twist.
The origins of the Shepherd’s Pie date back to the 1700s and are often synonymous with Irish heritage. The traditional Irish recipe uses lamb or mutton, but when made with other various ground red meats, most often beef, it is referred to as Cottage Pie.
This easy-to-make breakfast dish is best prepared the night before but can easily be thrown together in the morning. Try substituting other cooked meats such as bacon or turkey. You can even experiment with different cheeses.