Shepherd's Pie (remake From Ramsay)

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Introduction: Shepherd's Pie (remake From Ramsay)

About: I've been cooking for a very long time and would like to share my experience with others. I lived in France where most of my culinary knowledge began. Moved to the US and am working towards opening my own re...

A new take on shepherds pie almost like the one that Gordon Ramsay makes !!

Step 1: Ingredients

1 shredded carrot
1 finely chopped onion
1 lbs ground beef
1 lbs potatoes
1 can tomato paste
1 1/2 cups Parmesan
1 cup milk
Rosemary
Thyme
1.5 tblspn garlic
2 eggs
Worcestershire ( ~1tblspn)
Parsley
Salt & Pepper

Step 2: Boil Potatoes

Peal, cube and boil potatoes for 15 minutes.
While potatoes are cooking start on meat

Step 3: Cook Meat

Brown the meat and season it.

Step 4: Add Onions and Carrots

Add shredded onions and carrots and cook for a few minutes until onions are translucent.

Step 5: Season Meat

Add thyme
Rosemary
Tomato paste
And cook off. The beef I cooked wasn't very fatty so I had to add a little bit of chicken broth.
Add a few drops of Worcestershire at the end.

Step 6: Prepare Mashed Pots

Strain and mash your potatoes then add
Parmesan
2 eggs yolks (I messed up on the pic as you can see I through the whole egg in there was just fine)
1 cup of milk and parsley salt pepper for taste.

Step 7: Layer Meat and Potatoes

Layer and add some cheese, parsley on top
Bake at 375 for 20 minutes
Broil open oven for 5-7 minutes until brown on top.
Enjoy !!
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    Totally forgot to take pic when adding garlic. Sorry everyone just add it while making the mashed (garlic mashed potatoes) !

    tasted great, you only forgot when you need to add garlic. (maybe use the metric system)