воскресенье, 6 ноября 2016 г.

Boneless Short Rib Shepherd’s Pie

Boneless Short Rib Shepherd’s Pie

Boneless Short Rib Shepherd’s Pie

Hi Jen! Short ribs are one of my favorite cuts! Here, however, they are just as expensive as strip steak! It seems that lately all the “lesser” cuts of meat have become popular which equates to expensive. I love Swiss Gruyere cheese and these potatoes sound delicious! Clearly a comfort food meal!

Definitely an ultimate comfort food meal perfect for cold Fall and Winter Days! We don’t get too many cold days here so they are just perfect for any day �� I totally agree, many of the “lesser” cuts are becoming more and more expensive – not cool! In any case, I hope you can make this when you need some foodie comfort ad love it �� xo

Dorothy: we have a farm subscription that sends us a lot of chuck steaks (or small roasts) and they work great in short ribs recipe. They have a coarser grain, but the flavor is similar, and they get really tender after a good braise. And they haven’t caught on yet…

Jen: I had my first shepherds pie at the World Showcase at Epcot Center when I was six, and I went so crazy for it, my mom bought their cookbook (which also called it cottage pie). 30 years later, I’m still in love with it. I can’t wait to try it with Gruyere…

I love that you went crazy over Shepherd’s Pie at 6 years old – you were born a foodie �� I hope you love this version just as much!

This dish looks amazing and I never thought about making it with short ribs!! I also didn’t realize it is called cottage pie when made with beef. Comfort food to the max!!!

YES! definitely the ultimate comfort food! Just makes me want to curl up with a big bowl, blanket and watch chic flicks! Thanks Malinda!

I made this last night and it was absolutely delicious! I do have one question; your recipe calls for topping off the meat juices after sautéing and setting it aside. I couldn’t find anything in the subsequent directions that explains what to do with these juices?

Hi Heather I love that you have made this already! Thank you so much for spotting that omission in the recipe – it is supposed to be added after the flour with all the remaining ingredients to simmer and reduce down. I’ve made the correction. Thank you!

I found it on your site yesterday, prior to your email coming out. I didn’t even realize it was that new! It really is delicious!

That is awesome Heather! You were meant to be the first one to make it! ��

I love this twist on shepherd’s pie, Jen! My Hubby loves short ribs so this needs to happen soon.

Thank you Anna! If your husband loves short ribs, I think he will especially love this one! Definitely the ultimate comfort food!

I wanted to share boneless shortribs shepherds pie but did not see an email icon–

Hi Pat! The website plugin only allows so many social share buttons so I don’t have capability for that right now – sorry!

I recently made traditional shepherd’s pie for the first time. I think this “adult version” will go over well. Can’t wait to try it.

I am excited for you to try it too – and its not spicy/just flavorful so I think everyone in your family will enjoy it :)!

quick question are they the thin sliced boneless short ribs cut into small pieces? all my store has is the large thick bone in short ribs.

Hi Kim! No they are the thick boneless short ribs. Instead of bone in short ribs which you would have to debone, you could substitute top sirloin, chuck roast or even stew meat. Hope this helps!

This post is sponsored by Tablespoon.com. All opinions are my own.

Savory, comforting Boneless Short Rib Shepherd’s Pie elevates shepherd’s (cottage pie) to a whole new level with melt in your mouth short ribs and Swiss Gruyere mashed potatoes! This is guaranteed to be a new family favorite and is already one of Patrick’s top 10!

I remember the first time I savored Shepherd’s Pie. I was visiting my cousins states away in Utah when the world of layered baked meat and potato casserole changed my world. For a little girl whose favorite food was potatoes, I was in heaven! Little did I know that Shepherd’s pie (or more accurately termed “Cottage pie,” when made with beef, “shepherd’s pie when made with lamb), had been around for centuries. It comes to us from England when the humble cottagers used potatoes in almost every meal but now is popular worldwide as a layered casserole of meat and vegetables, topped with mashed potatoes and baked until the potatoes reach golden perfection.

Reflecting back on my awestruck excitement at my first Shepherd’s Pie, I am filled with that same excitement for this more sophisticated version of Boneless Short Rib Shepherds Pie! I first spotted this recipe (find the original recipe HERE at at Tablespoon.com) as I was drooling over the thousands of recipes at Tablespoon and I knew I had to make it ASAP, along with a growing list of “must make ASAP” recipes from their site such as Grilled Flank Steak with Maple Soy Glaze, One Pot Creamy Garlic Chicken and Rice, Stovetop Smoked Gouda and Cheddar Fusilli, Baked Blackened Cajun Chicken Wings and so many more!

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Amen. Every dish at Tablespoon is infused with awesome-sauce and that awesome-sauce in this Shepherd’s Pie is the Boneless Short Ribs!

Boneless short ribs (I use beef chuck short ribs here) are beautifully marbled, rich, intensely beefy, cut beautifully, are more flavorful than a tenderloin, tender like a NY Strip Steak (but far less $$), and in short should become one of your new favorite meats! I purchase mine at Costco so there is double the meat needed for this recipe which means I have another Boneless Short Rib coming your way soon :).

To make this exquisitely delicious Boneless Short Rib Shepherd’s Pie with layers of complex flavors and textures, you first sear your boneless short ribs until nice and brown then transfer them to the oven to further tenderize while you prep your filling and potatoes. Many Boneless Short Rib Shepherd’s Pie recipes call braising the meat for hours – but by cutting the meat into bite size pieces, giving it a headstart on the stove and in the oven while you pep your other ingredients, it achieves the same melt in your mouth tenderness without waiting around all day.

While your boneless short ribs are tenderizing in the oven, you make your vegetable filling by simmering your onions, carrots and celery together. One thing I did differently than Tablespoon’s recipe at this point, is I sprinkled my vegetables with flour and added the reserved liquid from browning the beef (plus water to equal a cup) to create a saucier, incredibly flavorful gravy. You then add roasted diced tomatoes, soy sauce, a splash of ketchup along with chili powder, oregano, parsley, and paprika. You let this simmer until most of the liquid has evaporated (about 10 minutes) then stir in 1/4 cup heavy cream. Can we say try and stop me from eating this vegetable filling with a spoon?!

What I love about this recipe, is that although this Boneless Short Ribs Shepherd’s Pie does require multiple steps, all the prep work overlaps so you aren’t wasting any time. So while the vegetable filling is simmering and your meat is baking, you are making your incredible potatoes! I purposefully saved this step for last because the first time I made this pie, I had to use all my will power to pull myself away from that pillowy creamy heaven before there was nothing left.

What makes these potatoes extra delicious is they are whipped instead of mashed and spiked with heavy creamy, a little milk for extra fluffiness, butter and salt of course and Swiss Gruyere Cheese! I honestly had never tasted Swiss Gruyere as most Gruyere we see in the US when just labeled “Gruyere” is the French version of Gruyere Cheese. Swiss Gruyere is also is nutty and slightly salty but it is more fruity and tangy, and the perfect oomph to these potatoes and to this Shepherd’s Pie.

And when this Boneless Short Rib Shepherd’s Pie emerges from the oven it will be the perfect savory, comforting, layers of meat, saucy vegetables and creamy potatoes to adorn your dinner table.

Then just sit back and wait for the compliments as this Boneless Shepherd’s Pie disappears. Thank you Tablespoon!

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