On Mar 6, 4:41 pm, "..PL.." <P...@brissie.aus> wrote:
> Had 500g mince meat out, so browned it up in the frypan with half a red
> onion, threw in some leftover veges from the previous nights dinner (beans,
> corn on the cob.... de-kerneled, peas etc) a couple packets of spring
> vegetable soup mix (the chicken stock had only just been finished and is in
> the outside fridge chilling off so's I can 'de-fat' it)...... and the left
> over balsamic and rosemary sauce from last night as well. Add a splodge of
> BBQ sauce and some cayenne pepper, and it was ready to go into the
> Corningware dish, with creamy mash spread over, with crumbled garlic
> sourdough pretzely type things..... and topped with parmesan and mozzarella.
> Meat and 3 vege all in one dish :-)
> The SO gave it an 8, mainly for flavour.
> I'm trying to run the fridge and freezer contents down in the next 3 weeks,
> to use up a lot of the stuff in there, so I won't have to make a rush on the
> last day before we leave and give it all away!!
> Peter Lucas
> Killfile all Google Groups posters.........
I did the same thing a couple of days ago. The local paper ran some
rec from a new casserole cookbook and - Shepard's Pie! I hadn't
thought of that in years.
Of course, that is about as much as I took from the newspaper
recipie. (like I'm going out in the snow to try to find ground
lamb). Did have to go get a bag of frozen peas (I think the peas and
the mash are what define the dish), but then did some fridge
What a great use of leftovers. Mine was more like a gardener's pie,
more veg than meat, but it was a cold night and this was a forgotten
That said, what is " crumbled garlic sourdough pretzely type things".
And, hey. Don't hate me because I get here through google . I'm sure
I could give you plenty of better reasons.