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self plus one of LindaSue's Shepherd Pie/Beef Manhattan--the Shepherd Takes Manhattan
Date product posted
Tue November 28, 2006
Uses LindaSue's Just Like Stuffed Potatoes recipe to come up with a delicious dinner. My entire family loved this, including my pooh-poohs everything dad! This started as a "we're exhausted after Thanksgiving and we have no leftovers and what are we going to do for dinner?" thing. My mom had taken the stuffed "potatoes" dish for a family pitch-in, and as a result, only a couple of us got a dab so we were all wanting more.
(we doubled this recipe since we were several adults and kids eating)
1 recipe LindaSue's Just Like Stuffed Potatoes
1 lb. ground beef
1T Mrs. Dash
1/2 T garlic powder
1 can beef broth
How To Prepare:
Start the cauliflower boiling for the stuffed "potatoes". In the meantime, brown the beef in a large skillet.
When the beef is browned, add most of the can of beef broth, reserving about 3T.
Sprinkle the beef with the spices.
Combine Not/Starch with the reserved broth and stir until it's lumpless,
and then add to the beef.
Bring to a boil, stirring constantly until it thickens.
Turn down the heat to very low, cover, and keep warm (the flavors will continue to develop).
While either waiting for beef to brown or after ward, drain and mash cauliflower and add the rest of the ingredients in the recipe (not repeated here for bandwidth's sake): sour cream, cream cheese, butter, shredded cheese, bacon, chives. If it's cool by the time you're finished adding everything, pop it in a 350F oven for 20 minutes or so.
Serve by topping the cauliflower mixture with the beef.
Number of Servings:
45 minutes, depending on how long it takes the cauliflower to soften