How to Make My Irish Cottage Pie

A really simple recipe that anyone can do. This feeds 4-6 depending on portion size. My favourite thing to eat on a wet and cold Irish day. Enjoy!!

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How to Make My Irish Cottage Pie Recipe
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Gather the ingredients for cooking the mince. All meat and veg are Irish produce.

Gather the ingredients for cooking the mince. All meat and veg are Irish produce.

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Peel your vegetables and chop/dice them up to your liking.

Peel your vegetables and chop/dice them up to your liking.

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I hate lumps of mince, so I give my raw mince a couple of chop ups before cooking it! (I only used half of this portion of mince )

I hate lumps of mince, so I give my raw mince a couple of chop ups before cooking it! (I only used half of this portion of mince )

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Wash, peel and cut your potatoes in half. I like to do this step before even putting the meat on. More convenient during the cooking process :-)

Wash, peel and cut your potatoes in half. I like to do this step before even putting the meat on. More convenient during the cooking process :-)

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Begin browning your meat with a little olive oil. Add salt and pepper..

Begin browning your meat with a little olive oil. Add salt and pepper..

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When meat has fully browned, throw in your onion and carrots.

When meat has fully browned, throw in your onion and carrots.

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At this stage, I got my potatoes on to boil.

At this stage, I got my potatoes on to boil.

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When the veg has softened, I then like to add some drops of worcestershire sauce to the meat... Starting to smell gooooddd..

When the veg has softened, I then like to add some drops of worcestershire sauce to the meat... Starting to smell gooooddd..

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Pop in as many frozen peas as you like. We like lots!

Pop in as many frozen peas as you like. We like lots!

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Beef stock time. I recommend approx 250ml of water. Remember, do not add to the mix until fully dissolved in water.

Beef stock time. I recommend approx 250ml of water. Remember, do not add to the mix until fully dissolved in water.

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After 5 mins with beef stock.

After 5 mins with beef stock.

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Tomato purée goes in next. Keep taste-testing  to get the flavours right for you. (My favourite part!!)

Tomato purée goes in next. Keep taste-testing to get the flavours right for you. (My favourite part!!)

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I just LOVE HP brown sauce, and it makes the cottage pie taste sooo good! It adds a beautiful flavour.

I just LOVE HP brown sauce, and it makes the cottage pie taste sooo good! It adds a beautiful flavour.

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Preheat oven to 180 degrees.

Preheat oven to 180 degrees.

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After meat and veg are cooked and tasting amazing, scoop into an oven dish.

After meat and veg are cooked and tasting amazing, scoop into an oven dish.

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Time for every Irish gals favourite veg...potatoes!! This is what I used for my mash.- all Irish produce.

Time for every Irish gals favourite veg...potatoes!! This is what I used for my mash.- all Irish produce.

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In goes 2oz of real butter, 100 mls of single cream and a dash of milk. Season to taste.

In goes 2oz of real butter, 100 mls of single cream and a dash of milk. Season to taste.

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I use a spoon to scoop the potato onto the meat mixture and a fork to decorate!

I use a spoon to scoop the potato onto the meat mixture and a fork to decorate!

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Ready for the oven! We shall see you in 15-20 minutes!

Ready for the oven! We shall see you in 15-20 minutes!

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All done!

All done!

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This could serve up to six people if you have a side dish with it. If not, it would do a healthy four portions. Slainté!

This could serve up to six people if you have a side dish with it. If not, it would do a healthy four portions. Slainté!

Ingredients

250 Grams Lean beef mince 
1 White onion 
2 Carrots 
1 Cup Frozen peas 
8 Potatoes 
1 Beef stock cube 
4 Tablespoons Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce 
4 Tablespoons HP Brown sauce 
2 Tablespoons Tomato purée  
2 Ounces Real butter 
1 Ounce Milk 
100 Milliliters Single cream 
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