Shephard’s Pie Grilled Cheese

if you want to overdose yourself with more carbs, We would definitely do it with this sandwich. It’s everything a good sandwich should be: hearty, filling, and a mix of textures and flavours. The crispy crunch of the grilled cheese and the yield of the mashed potatoes contrasted perfectly.

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Shepard's Pie Grilled Cheese By The Foodicts
Shepard’s Pie Grilled Cheese

Remember that Shepherd’s pie topped with roasted garlic cream cheese mashed potatoes We made yesterday? It was so good that almost we inhaled the entire pan in one sitting. As we were eating, We were getting a little worried that we wouldn’t have any leftovers. See, we are a huge fan of leftovers – especially when you take them and turn them into something else. Something else like this insane shepherd’s pie grilled cheese. Yes, your right we literally put a piece of shepherd’s pie between two(!) grilled cheese sandwiches to make a crazy, carbo-licious sandwich monstrosity.

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It was two grilled cheese sandwiches (a lot of carbs) stuffed with even more carbs. Most people are extremely scared of carbs.

But now, if you want to overdose yourself with more carbs, We would definitely do it with this sandwich. It’s everything a good sandwich should be: hearty, filling, and a mix of textures and flavours. The crispy crunch of the grilled cheese and the yield of the mashed potatoes contrasted perfectly.

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Make two grilled cheese sandwiches as you, please. Sandwich your slice of shepherd’s pie inside the two grilled cheese sandwiches. Slice in half and enjoy!

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Ingredients: 

  • 1 square slice of leftover shepherd’s pie, heated
  • 4 slices of thin bread
  • Cheese as needed
  • Room temperature butter

Instructions:

prep time:   5 mins       cook time:   15 mins     total time:   20 mins

Make two grilled cheese sandwiches as you, please. Sandwich your slice of shepherd’s pie inside the two grilled cheese sandwiches. Slice in half and enjoy!

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