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Chef Jim Davis will show you how to use those Thanksgiving leftovers and create a delicious Shepherd's Pie
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Hi! I’m Jim Davis, a chef instructor at Bryan's Kitchen. Today we’re showing you how to use Thanksgiving Leftovers and right now we’re going to make a wonderful Shepherd's Pie. We’re going to be using green beans leftover from the Thanksgiving table, stuffing, sweet potatoes, broccoli, gravy, ham, turkey and of course mashed potatoes. Let's get started making our Shepherd's Pie. First, we’re going to take an eight-by-eight Pyrex dish. You can use any kind of a baking pan that you would like. We’re going to add ham and turkey that’s been diced of course and spread it out in the bottom of our dish, I’m going to add green beans. Now I like to leave mine whole, you can cut yours if you’d like but I like mine this way. And we’re just going to use enough green beans to get a nice green bean flavor throughout the entire dish.
Then we’re going to use stuffing. Again we’re just going to spread the stuffing over the entire dish, okay. And make sure we get a nice layer of stuffing in it. There’s nothing that says Thanksgiving anymore than good stuffing. Now we’ve got our wonderful roasted sweet potatoes that we’re going to put in, just a few and of course a little bit of broccoli. What’s Thanksgiving without leftover broccoli? There we go, and now we’re going to lay it along gravy so that we’ll have nice custard like consistency when it bakes up so that we’ve got gravy and potatoes and stuffing altogether with our ham and turkey. And we want to make sure we use plenty of gravy. Now we have to put on our mashed potatoes and there is no easy way to do this. We just put our potatoes on and spread them out as we go and there are always plenty of leftover mashed potatoes at Thanksgiving. All right, now we’ll take a spoon, I spread those out evenly so that they get all nice and covered.
All right and there with just a little bit now of pepper on top of our potatoes, there is our Shepherd's Pie ready to go into the oven. Our Shepherd's Pie will bake 45 minutes under a 375 degree oven. Okay, here is our wonderful Shepherd's Pie made with leftover Thanksgiving ingredients. Coming up next, a breakfast Frittata that you won’t forget.