Vegan Mushroom Shepherd s Cake


The Ultimate Vegan Shepherd’s Pie Recipe ��

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Shepherd’s Pie

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How-To Make Vegan Shepherd’s Pie

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Vegan Shepherd’s Pie

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Easy Vegan Shepherd’s Pie Lentil & Chickpea

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To die for easy vegan Shepherd’s pie made without lentils and using meaty flavorful chanterelle mushrooms and peas instead. Two words friends: Chanterelles and Potatoes! Everything happens on the stove top and finished for a couple of minutes under the. Chop the mushrooms, carrot and red bell pepper. Add them into your food processor and pulse until all ingredients are well mixed together.

Heat 2 tbsp of sunflower oil in a large skillet. Add the mixture above, diced onions, chopped dill and parsley, soy granules, eggs (or egg substitutes + dry yeast flakes) and spices. Lentil Mushroom Shepherd’s Pie This is classic comfort food with a healthy vegan twist. Packed with flavorful lentil mushroom filling hidden under a layer.

Vegan Mushroom Shepherd’s Pie. Shepherd’s pie is traditionally made with lamb for obvious reasons when you consider the name for an uncomfortable second. Yet the concept — a rich, satisfying and savory stew-like filling topped with mashed potatoes and baked until bubbling and golden — is worth playing around with. Ingredients. 8 large or 10 medium potatoes (Yukon gold works well) 2 tablespoons vegan butter.

1/2 cup rice milk. Salt to taste. 2 tablespoons olive oil. 1.

Vegetarian Shepherds Pie. In my series of traditional and simple holiday favorites, the next dish is this Delicious Lentil Mushroom Shepherdless Pie. Garlic mashed Potatoes over mushrooms, onion, lentils, veggies mixed with a bit of gravy, baked, then served with more of my 1 Pot gravy!This vegan shepherd’s pie is what (dinner) dreams are made of! Jaye was the one who conceived of it (he’s great with the savory stuff!) and he wanted to experiment with chopping up mushrooms super fine and putting them in with the veggie mince to create a really hearty texture.

Traditional Shepherd’s pie contains ground beef, which I considered swapping for walnuts, a combination of mushrooms and walnuts, or lentils. Being that lentils seemed to pack the most nutritional punch and protein, I went that route! Plus, they cook up nicely while your potatoes are boiling, making the whole process rather seamless.

Directions. Preheat oven to 425°. In a Dutch oven, heat butter and 2 tablespoons oil over medium-high heat.

Add mushrooms; cook and stir 4-6 minutes or until browned. Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie Filling: 2 tablespoons olive oil. 3 shallots, minced (or some onions and garlic) 16 ounces fresh mushrooms, sliced. 6 carrots, peeled and chopped (about 2 cups) fresh herbs to taste (I used 1 sprig of rosemary, thyme, and a bay leaf) 2 tablespoons tomato paste.

2 tablespoons flour.

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(3) Golden Mushroom Gravy: Water, nutritional yeast, expeller pressed canola oil, unbleached flour, chopped fresh mushrooms, diced onion, shoyu soy sauce (water, soybeans, wheat, salt), herbs, spices, non-dairy lactic culture.

“History of the Soyfoods Movement Worldwide (1960s-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook” by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
from History of the Soyfoods Movement Worldwide (1960s-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook
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Add the potatoes and morels (cut in half lengthwise if large), and stir to coat well with lard and oil.

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Sprinkle the mushrooms with the flour, season with salt and pepper, and stir constantly until the mushrooms are well coated.

“From a Polish Country House Kitchen: 90 Recipes for the Ultimate Comfort Food” by Anne Applebaum, Danielle Crittenden, Bogdan and Dorota Bialy
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In 10-inch skillet, melt 2 tablespoons butter or margarine over medium-high heat; add 8 ounces mushrooms, trimmed and very thinly sliced, 2 tablespoons finely chopped onion, 1/4 teaspoon salt, %8 teaspoon coarsely ground black pepper, and pinch dried thyme.

“The Good Housekeeping Cookbook” by Susan Westmoreland
from The Good Housekeeping Cookbook
by Susan Westmoreland
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The 1996 ingredients in the Golden Mushroom gravy are: Water, nutritional yeast, expeller pressed canola oil, unbleached flour, chopped fresh mushrooms, diced onion, shoyu, herbs, spices, non-dairy

“History of Soy Sauce (160 CE To 2012)” by William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi
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Mix ¹∕ ounce dried porcini mushrooms, rinsed and minced, and 1 tablespoon minced fresh thyme into meat with salt and pepper.

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Boil some truffles and morels and put into the pie, which is a great addition, and some fresh mushrooms, or died ones.

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This recipe yields 3 marinated tofu cutlets, surrounded with rich mushroom pâté, which are wrapped in phyllo pastry and baked to a golden brown.

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Each layer of mushrooms should be lightly sprinkled with salt, and top layer should be rye bread crumbs dotted with butter.

“Polish Heritage Cookery” by Robert Strybel, Maria Strybel
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by Robert Strybel, Maria Strybel
Hippocrene Books, 2005

Add white mushrooms, minced porcini mushrooms, and ¼ teaspoon salt; cook, stirring frequently, until all liquid has evaporated and mushrooms start to brown, 7 to 9 minutes.

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  • Bro or Brother I cant thank you fckn much for this….bringing me recipes and ways to feed my self in healthy responsible way…there is more of people like you here and I fckn love you all so much..Thank you and Big hugs from Croatia..cheers

  • I’m just cooking this and the smell is just gorgeous ��
    I’m sorry to say, I’ve only just found your you tube and vegan corner website �� but you’re now my “go to” website ��

  • I love how majority of the comments are from people complaining about the vegan recipe and vegans and very little actual vegans commenting… lol. god FORBID people should have a recipe without a meat. I personally love it, I’m not a vego but I am dieting so I skip meat where I can to save calories so to me this is more of a “low cal” sheps pie then vegan pie looks good to me!

  • This looks awesome. I’m American and I bastardize these dishes and top them with “cheese” and “bacon bits” I’m gonna have to give this one a go:) Thanks for another great video, keep up the good work!

  • If only I could smash all the veggies and they would turn into perfectly diced-chopped-minced veggies���� but seriously, I am going to make this today because damn it does look delicious! And easy

  • The greatest vegan chef on the internet that well happens to be insane. Insanely funny… lol Pretty hard recipe for a single dad type vegan cook but I’m definitely doing this one next weekend. Cheers –

  • This recipe was delicious! I am always trying to find new and tasty recipes to keep from eating the same things all the time and I’m adding this to my rotation! It was packed with flavor. Instead of lentils, I used beyond meat beefless crumble and I kid you not, this tasted EXACTLY like shepherd’s pie. Fantastic job on this one!

  • Great video! I always add nutmeg to taste to mashed potatoes, and it increases the amazingness tenfold. Just a little tip for y’all:)

  • Hi Jules! One thing: the potatoes do not have to be completely covered with water. A small amount of water is enough and then put a lid on the pot. They will cook faster. Save water!

  • I’m sorry for being a pedantic A-hole but I have a correction to make. In this video Candice says “this is a vegan substitute for ground beef” here is my problem if you make a pie of this type with ground beef it is not by definition a SHEPHERD’S PIE. It is in fact a COTTAGE PIE. It’s only a “Shepherds pie” if it is made with ground lamb or mutton i.e. sheep, from where the name Shepard (sheep herd) comes gmfrom. With that error corrected I have to say this sounds like an awesome vegan cottage pie.

  • Vegan for mean simple means that I am not being the cause of all this barbaric cruelty to animals!,, and this vegan pie is delicious,!

  • I know I’ve commented on this before. But, I made this last year and everyone loved it! So, I am making it again this year to bring to all the Christmas parties! This dish is so yummy and I love that it is such a crowd pleaser!

  • So yesterday was my first vegan day.. i still consider myself a meat eater because im a vegan beginner.. taking baby steps.. soo this was my first meal.. it was amazing, but there is something with it.. idk if thats normal to the taste.. ive never eaten this kind of stuff i am a mexican american and not use to eating alot of american foods, anyway this was delicious but quite spicy.. a different odd spice taste then the mexican hot stuff.. but delicious with bread.. yuumm.. anyway ill just minimize on the pepper and thyme..

  • Delicious recipe. We left out the chickpeas and tomato sauce. Made the lentils from dry and by the time I finished wit the separate components the family was too hungry to wait for it to bake. We just topped our White Cheddar Cheese mashed potatoes with the lentils mix. Close enough! I will do this again, no promises that it will actually bake in the oven.

  • Just to let you know your show is as addictive right now to my winter online binging next to schitts creek. Go Canada right! This recipe looks awesome thanks for making amazing content. Also très sexy when you ate from the serving spoon.

  • I always use raw carrots and corn in my shepard’s pie, because it adds a really nice sweet crunch. I also add more of these veggies than the video did.

  • and oh my god..some meat eaters act like they only eat meat and never touch any veggies.. and they troll vegans when i.honestly didn’t see any salty vegans anywhere.. keep your salty asses to yourselves and enjoy good foods because we are lucky enough to have foods at all..
    and no.. i am not vegan.. i love meat,veggies,rice,ice cream.. anything edible you name and i m for it..

  • I just found your channel and I love your recipes (and humor!) I’m making this one for dinner tonight and will let you know how it turns out. Grazie mille!:)

  • I made this for my family last night and they loved it so much that they wanted seconds. Unfortunately when I try out new recipes I only make just the exact portions so there where no left overs. At least I now have an excuse to do it again. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  • He’s not longer vegan lol at how he says his joints feel better. When he came off the vegan diet he admitted his joints hurt but he lied to himself and kept struggle until he could no longer hack it

  • It’s a shame that likely one of the best Gardener’s Pie recipes on YouTube is barely watchable with cringey music and parkour vids.

  • It’s okay vegans meat eaters are just jealous and close-minded to the vegan world because all they know is saturated fats and processed Meats we’re going to live longer we don’t have cancer we don’t have high blood pressure we don’t have diabetes we don’t have no diseases but yet we can eat what we want in the vegan world without being sick without having inflammation in our body they see how happy we are and they’re mad but yet they’re looking at the video which I don’t understand LOL

  • First, get hold of some vegan shepherds. If you can’t find real shepherds fake hipster ones will but won’t have that free range taste.

  • The really interesting thing is, when he said he got cramps while chopping onion. That should have raised a flag for him. It did for me. Like, what, cramps? A vegan diet is great for some, just not others. Now I learn that he gave up the vegan diet.

  • I’m so glad I found your channel! Your preparation in explaining the recipe and final presentation makes it even more exciting to try. Can’t wait to try this recipe. Also, your beauty recipes are great. Please continue to make more of those videos too. Thanks!

  • Followed this recipe to a t. I tried looking for a word to describe the taste and I couldn’t, until my dad tried it. “Farmy”…very farmy, and not in a good way. This recipe in particular almost makes me want to eat meat again:/

  • Looks Very good young man �� God bless u! Plant based diet is good 4 health n environment..teach others to eat ������ ��������������������������

  • Just made this and I am in love with it. I can’t believe it ‘s Vegan. Only thing i changed was using Sweet potato and then i seasoned it with Cinnamon and Nutmeg to make it kind of a dinner dessert.

  • I LOVE making shepherds pie!! I always have to make a giant one because it disappears so fast. I use a vegan gravy in my “meat” mixture, like an onion gravy or mushroom gravy. It gives it an amazing texture and keeps it from getting too dry.

  • We just made vegan Sheppard’s pie a few nights ago. Yours sounds and looks much better! Thanks for sharing your awesome videos and I love your book! Will there be a sequel??! ��

  • “You fucking donkey! A shepard’s pie is made with lamb! A cottage pie is made with beef! A Shepherdess pie has no fucking meat! It’s just vegetables! Bloody Hell! Pull your head out of your ass!” Gordon Ramsay

  • So, I’d never had Shepard’s Pie as a carnivore. I’d heard of it, but never gave it a try until a couple years of eating plant based and it’s DEFINITELY a staple.

    And, yes, I’ve eaten it straight out of the casserole dish as well. <3

  • I’m eating and loving it this very second, it’s beyond delicious! Only thing I changed was doubling the recipe because last time it was over way too soon:D

  • Questions for those vegan haters. Not vegan, but I’m tired of these angry meat eaters. I just hate this trend of hating vegans.
    Does it hurt you when someone ELSE has a different diet?
    Even if vegans are “forcing” their diet on you, do you have to be vegan?
    Nope, they wouldn’t waste their time to track you down and kill you if you don’t.
    Even if vegans try to tell you anything, do you still think they’re an evil, hateful civilization?
    You shouldn’t, but guess what? People do.
    So just end this war of bullshit, or Switzerland gets it!
    Cocks the pistol

  • BIG THUMBS UP! Thanks for the tip on the forked topping. I like those crunchy parts. Unfortunately……I gotta bar tend on St. Patty’s day……WISH ME LUCK!!

  • Mine turned out quite soupy. Followed directions perfectly.  May want to use a bit LESS vegetable stock? If you make it, keep an eye on the thickening stage!

  • I’m not vegan but I just made this recipe yesterday for a vegan dinner party and it was such a hit! Love following Farideh’s recipes ^_^

  • Please don’t use flaxseed oil as a cooking oil. It has a high smoke point and can form harmful compounds when cooking. And the omega 3 will break down. And it’s just too expensive. Please no… please no

  • you should totally make a vegan ice cream recipe or a brownie recipe. you inspire me so much. you are awesome. i want to become a vegan one day because of your amazing recipes.

  • I made this pie last night and it was delicious. I would suggest to add 2 more carrots and some more mushrooms if you plan to do it. Also I am not a big fan of vegan butter and I substituted it for olive oil, and it was just great. Great recipe, you must give it a go!

  • You see, I’m looking at this as a non-vegetarian who’s trying to eat less meat, but it just doesn’t appeal to me. It doesn’t help that mushrooms are the one food I really don’t like (I’m otherwise an extremely unfussy eater). I tried Jamie’s vegetarian chilli with sweet potato the other day and that was absolutely delicious can’t see why I’d want to use mince in it. A shepherd’s pie though is all about that rich, savoury gravy and buttery, slightly crispy mash. I’ve been making it with half the amount of mince and substituting lentils and that works. Still, not everything will appeal to everyone. Looking forward to check out more vegan/vegetarian recipes..

  • The recipe for this looks great…… LOVE THE INTEGRATION OF MULTIPLE INGREDIENTS…..




  • is it possible to use something else instead of sage? cause it’s really hard to find it where i live.

    someone please answer, i intend to use this recipe for christmas ç.ç