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7 Shepherd’s Pie Recipes for St Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day is this Saturday, March 17. For years I use to make corn beef and cabbage every St. Patrick’s Day, and while it’s good, it’s not my favorite. My favorite dish to make on St. Patrick’s Day is Shepherd’s pie. It’s such a comforting dish, and something the whole family loves. Most of us call these recipes I’ve collected Shepherd’s pie, although a shepherd’s pie actually has lamb, not beef or other meats. All meat pies that don’t contain lamb are technically cottage pies.

Whether you call it a cottage or shepherd’s pie, they are super tasty. Here’s 7 of our favorite.

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  • Spicy Vegetarian Shepherds Pie 1 of 7
    Spicy Vegetarian Shepherds Pie
    Looking for a healthier version that's not short on taste?
    MakeSpicy Vegetarian Shepherd's Pie
  • Shepherds Pie 2 of 7
    Shepherds Pie
    This is a super simple recipe that your family will love.
    MakeShepherd's Pie
  • Potato-Tot Topped Shepherds Pie 3 of 7
    Potato-Tot Topped Shepherds Pie
    Want something super fun that the kids will go crazy for?
    Find this recipe at Taste and Tell
  • Shepherds Pie 4 of 7
    Shepherds Pie
    This is a lamb filled classic Shepherd's pie
    Find this recipe at My Easy Cooking
  • Spiffed-Up Shepherds Pie 5 of 7
    Spiffed-Up Shepherds Pie
    If you want a jazzed up recipe that has steak, this is for you!
    MakeSpiffed-Up Shepherd's Pie
  • Easy Shepherds Pie Recipe 6 of 7
    Easy Shepherds Pie Recipe
    This is my easy version of Shepherd's Pie
    MakeEasy Shepherd's Pie Recipe
  • Simple Shepherds Pie 7 of 7
    Simple Shepherds Pie
    Want a super simple recipe? This is it!
    MakeSimple Shepherd's Pie

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