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Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie

January 16, 2012

Halfmoon - Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie

This particular recipe hits the spot on a cold, snowy day!

Veggie Shepherd's Pie

Ingredients and Directions

4 yams – baked, peeled, and mashed- add lots of butter

19oz can of black beans – drain and rinse well

One head of broccoli- steamed but slightly crunchy

One bunch of carrots- steamed but slightly crunchy

1 small white onion – chopped and pan fried

One head of garlic – chopped and pan fried with onions

Spicy hummus – 2 cups

Jalapeno gouda – shredded

Feta cheese – crumbled

Layer everything from the bottom up!

1. Black Beans

2. Broccoli/Carrots

3. Onions/garlic/feta cheese

4. Spicy Hummus

5. Yams

6. Shredded gouda to cover the yams

Bake at 375 degrees until cooked through – approximately 30 minutes.

Enjoy :)



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