Comforting Vegan Shepherd's Pie

Comforting Vegan Shepherd's Pie Recipe

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About Comforting Vegan Shepherd's Pie Recipe:

Made with green peas, gravy, and corn, this vegan shepherd's pie is a satisfying, comforting and hearty main meal that's great for vegetarian, vegan and omnivore diets alike. Experts believe that shepherd's pie originated in northern england and scotland in the late 1700s after potatoes were first introduced into the united kingdom. The name wasn't given its official name until 1870 and has been considered a staple in british food and around the world ever since. Shepherd's pie is usually made with lamb or mutton and is referred to as "Cottage pie" When it's made with different meat, or in this case, a meat substitute. Before the introduction of shepherd's pie as the comfort food we know it to be today, a similar pie was commonly made in scotland, using a pastry crust in place of potatoes. Ready to make your own comfort food? Try this simple vegan shepherd's pie recipe that uses texturized vegetable protein (tvp) for a meaty and filling texture.

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  • 55 mins
  • 11 Ingredients
Ingredients
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Ingredients for Comforting Vegan Shepherd's Pie Recipe

  • 1 Potatoes
  • 1/2 tablespoon Margarine
  • 0.06 cup Soy milk
  • As required Salt and pepper
  • 1/4 Onion
  • 1/4 tablespoon Vegetable oil
  • 0.38 cup Vegetarian ground beef substitute
  • 0.31 cup Vegetarian gravy
  • 0.13 cup Green Peas
  • 0.13 cup Corn
  • 0.13 teaspoon Garlic powder
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

All nutritional information presented are estimates and not meant to substitute professional dietary advice or treatment

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