There is nothing like a hearty serving of shepherd’s pie when the temps get ridiculously cold. But it need not be bland! In this rendition, the meat is succulent bites of tender chuck roast, the gravy is embellished with some in-your-face balsamic vinegar, and the topping is white sweet potato mashed with turnips. It takes a while to make, but I promise you upon the life of my pressure cooker that it will be worth it.
Tag: main dish
I thought it would be interesting to poll my bloggy friends about their favorite soups. I asked, “If you could choose ONE soup from your blog that is your favorite, which would it be, and why?” Here are their answers.
These Mini Chicken Pot Pies are worth all the time it takes to make them, especially for those of us on the AIP/Paleo who might miss the old-fashioned kind because of being gluten free and dairy free.
These Brined Cornish Hens are seriously juicy and delicious! If you’ve never brined anything before, trying it on smaller birds like these is a great way to start.
This Cream of Mushroom Soup uses a mix of mushrooms and beef bone broth to make it richer and more complex than the canned version many of us know and love.
Delicata squash is the perfect support for flavorful lamb and an intense blackberry balsamic sauce. It is easy to make, and definitely company worthy!
Braised Pork Ribs with Parsnip Apple Mash screams autumn, but you could enjoy it any time of year because these flavors are best friends. Recipe includes instructions for slow cooker or pressure cooker.
Slow Cooker Korean Beef Zoodles are easy to make, hearty and delicious. If you can chop and you own a slow cooker, you can make this dish!
This Pork Roast w/Cranberry Orange Glaze is easy, elegant, beautiful and delicious. Perfectly suited for a holiday or wintertime dinner!