Twice-Baked Shepard’s Pie Potatoes 🥔💚🥔💚To celebrate my 100k😱🙏🏻I just had to make a potato dish & share it with you all. This delicious recipe can be easily adapted from a weekend to a weeknight meal when time is limited. Make them like the picture above, or just make the filling & serve over baked potatoes with no twice baking or mashing required. Your choice💚
What you need: 4 medium baking potatoes ( I used russet) , 2 tbl olive oil, 2 carrots finely chopped, 1 med yellow onion finely chopped, 12 oz bag veggie/meatless crumbles (store bought), 1 clove garlic minced, 2 tbl tomato paste, 2 tbl corn starch, 2 cups veggie broth, 1 tbl balsamic vinegar, 1/2 tsp oregano, 1/2 tsp thyme, 1 bay leaf, 1 cup frozen corn, 1 cup frozen peas, 1 tbl Worcestershire sauce For the mash: 1/4 cup dairy free cream cheese, 1/2 cup non dairy milk, 1/4 cup dairy free butter, s/p to taste
1️⃣ Brush potatoes with oil, pierce with fork on both sides. Bake at 375F for one hour or air fry at 400 F for 40 minutes
2️⃣ While potatoes are baking, in a large sauté pan/pot heat 2 tbl of oil over medium, add carrots & onion, cook 5-7 min till onion is translucent & carrots soften.
3️⃣ Add crumbles & heat according to package directions until browned. I cooked my crumbles for 3 min. Stir in garlic, corn starch, tomato paste stirring continuously for 1-2 min until paste darkens in color
4️⃣ Add broth, vinegar, & spices. Scrape up any brown bits, simmer low for 10 min stirring occasionally.
5️⃣Add frozen veggies & Worcestershire sauce. Take out bay leaf. Adjust seasonings. Heat through.
6️⃣ When potatoes are cool enough to handle, split each in half, scoop out middle, leaving skins intact. Place skins on parchment lined baking sheet, & place potatoes in a bowl. Mash with fork or use a ricer (preferred method) then add milk, butter, cream cheese, s/p, & mix together till smooth.
7️⃣Next pack potato skins with veggie crumble. Fill skins all the way to the top.Then spread a thick layer of mash evenly across the tops of the crumble.
8️⃣ Bake at 350 F for 10 min then broil on top rack for 2 min to crisp up tops of potato. Enjoy!!!