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Give this classic British dish a terrifying twist by creating a Spooky Shepherd’s Pie. This spook-tacular take on a family favourite will make for a thrilling tea time treat.
The Butcher’s Market Lamb Mince 454g - £2.50
Iceland Mashed Potato 908g - £1
Iceland Freshly Frozen Garden Peas 900g - £1
An onion, diced
Two carrots, diced
300ml Beef Stock
Dash of Worcestershire sauce (optional)
Chop and soften an onion in a heavy bottomed pan for 2-3 minutes.
Add in diced carrot and cook for a further 5 minutes.
Mix in 400g of Iceland’s The Butcher’s Market Lamb Mince with 300ml of Beef stock and a splash of Worcestershire sauce and simmer until the lamb is cooked and the stock has thickened into a gravy (around 20 – 25 minutes).
Add in a handful of Iceland Freshly Frozen Garden Peas, stir through and transfer the lamb mixture to an ovenproof dish.
Pipe a generous serving of Iceland Mashed Potato on top of the mincemeat in six neat peaks.
Place two Iceland Freshly Frozen Garden Peas on the top of each mashed potato peak to make a frightening face, then pop in the oven and serve piping hot.