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
by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
Soyinfo Center, 2019

Add the potatoes and morels (cut in half lengthwise if large), and stir to coat well with lard and oil.

“Catalan Cuisine, Revised Edition: Vivid Flavors From Spain's Mediterranean Coast” by Colman Andrews
from Catalan Cuisine, Revised Edition: Vivid Flavors From Spain’s Mediterranean Coast
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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
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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
from Polish Heritage Cookery
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?
    Nope.
    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…..

    MEATLESS, DAIRYLESS… IS TAKING OVER HEALTH BENEFITS!!!

    GET OVER YOUR MIND, OLD FOOD LEARNED BEHAVIORS, AND FEEL THE BODY RESPOND TO BETTER FOOD PROCESSES!!!

    IT IS NOT ABOUT “I CAN PUT ANYTHING IN MY MOUTH, INSTEAD HOW DOES THE BODY RESPOND TO WHAT I PUT IN MY MOUTH”

  • 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

  • I’m a meat eater, and I will go out on a limb and say that this dish does look pretty good. I’ve not heard anything good about vegan butter, but I’ll try just about anything.

  • Nice one,i think youre brilliant btw!! (y):) It gets its original name coz it was made with lamb mince meat…. I find Gardeners pie is lighter on the ears for most respectable self centered Vegan….. <3

  • You’re awesome Candace. Thanks for this recipe. I would love to see more instant pot recipes from you. I have 3 of them and love to cook with them. Thanks

  • I just keep coming back to this, it’s absolutely delicious, however be warned that with the amounts given you’ll have enough for one very hungry person or two moderately hungry people at most, if you want to have some left over the next day (and you do) double the recipe.

  • Y’all I made this and it was so good. I substituted zucchini instead of mushrooms and it was amazing. My family couldn’t get enough!

  • Wow amazing heart healthy oil, ummmm read the China study and Dr Caldwell b. Esselstyn prevent and reverse heart disease mate take the time to read it before you start giving advice on cholesterol lowering oils,

  • Genuine question… If making shepherds pie and then using a meat substitute that both looks and assuming tastes like meat as well as the milk & butter to make said shepherds pie, what’s the point of going to that much trouble? Looks delicious either way.

  • I made this tonight and it’s amazing!!!! I also added red bell peppers and more flour to make the base thicker, altogether the recipe is super comforting and delicious.

  • Meat eaters complain that vegans whine too much and they are mad about a vegan video that doesn’t even affect them or basically anybody else.

    Can’t believe y’all are shook over a recipe video ��

  • Me on St. Patrick’s Day: Running errands in the first part of the day, to avoid the smashees[not your mama’s kind], and then cooking something Irish in the evening. This recipe might be in the running: ) TFP!

  • So…am I the only one who gets slightly irritated when every recipe I ever see uses coconut oil in recipes that you could use olive oil or regular vegetable oil instead? The influx of coconut oil recipes is insane! I get the healthy aspect…but man! To me it seems overrated.
    Is that JUST me?

  • As a British person I have to ask were the fuck is the gravy this is a very poor Shepards pie I mean what about vegan cheese on the mash I could do it better and I’m have no qualifications in cooking

  • As a Brit and vegan, I had to stop at adding tamari or soy sauce to shepherd’s pie. You only need good vegetable stock, a squirt of HP sauce and some gravy browning… if you want to add mushroom ketchup or marmite, cool. Soy sauce has no place in a British classic, even if it is veganised.

  • Yall people saying it ain’t Shepard’s pie is cause it’s lacking lamb is like saying death isn’t real cause people view it differently, some people think death has god some think death lacks god not everyone got the same views so fuck off your triggered comments

  • 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 make lentil “bolognese” sauce way more often than i make real bolognese sauce. Not because of some moral thing, but because im very poor

  • This looks so cool! I might make this for my meat eating family and just “forget” to tell them it’s vegan and see what happens.:)

  • WOW! Guys, this is just amazing. Even for an omnivore like me and my friends, we would love this at the dinner table complemented with a grilled meat or fish. Thank you so much!

  • I’m not even vegan but decided to make this and it tasted better than my meat version I make. It was honestly amazing. Kids devoured it too. Thank you. ☺️

  • this would
    probably be fine. the meat ends up being kind of cooked to death and losing flavor anyway.

    it’s ground meat not filet mignon haha

  • Your recipes are awesome. As a beginner cook (and someone trying to transition to a more vegan diet, I really appreciate the simplicity. I’ve tried some harder recipes from other vegan channels and it’s just demotivated me when it’s not turned out anything like what it’s supposed to, so I’m trying again with some easier stuff. Going for the weekly shop now and am buying stuff for both your vegan carbonara and this shepherd’s pie, so thanks a lot for the inspiration! (your vids are funny as hell too lol)

  • Wonderful recipe as always!!! ❤️
    May you please make a quiche Florentine and quiche Lorraine recipe?! I miss quiche so much and you’re the only one I trust to make it perfect ��

  • I like the potato starch idea. I make shepherdess pie with different types of mushrooms and with a grain (usually barley) for texture instead of the faux meat. But the veggies and mushrooms tend to release a lot of water, which leaves a puddle at the bottom of the dish. I think the starch would really solve my problem.

  • Are you a drug dealer my good sir? Walking up to people, giving them the first hit of vegan deliciousness for free, then making money off of their addiction through meal kits. You dont even need to cook for them anymore:^)

  • I’ve never heard of people herding animals made of soy or seitan. Vegans should just eat salads and stop trying these bullshit quasi-meat dishes.

  • Hi Mr. Jules, dunno if you’ll ever read this but i’m wondering if i could use other beans aside from chickpeas for the recipe, and if it can what would be the good subtitute. Chickpeas are pretty expensive in my country as we don’t normally cultivate it, they only come canned and in exotic supermarkets. However here we got loads of kidney beans, cashews, soy beans, mung beans, peanuts, and to some extent black-eyed peas. Can i use those instead? Cheers from indonesia.

  • This is utter nonsense. You can’t call this Shepherd’s Pie and not use Lamb. This is NOT Shepherd’s Pie. I’m not saying Vegans can’t have tasty food, this looks rather nice, but to call it Shepherd’s Pie is totally ridiculous.
    What’s next? Crispy Chicken with no chicken? BBQ Spare Ribs with No Ribs?

  • Yay Shepherd’s pie!! A favorite recipe for my Irish family! My son, Landon, was born on St. Patrick’s day (he will be turning 8!) so we will be celebrating this whole weekend! I look forward to making this recipe Vegan style on Friday night! Your hilarious and always make me laugh:)

  • What?! You absolutely CANNOT cook with flaxseed oil, ever! It has the lowest smoke point of all oils it literally burns if you cook with it and releases cancerous free radicals. Such a dangerous mistake, especially when it comes from an authority in the cooking world. (Jamie may not be cooking in this video, but it’s branded with his name)

  • I’m making this right now! I just put it in the oven, I hope it comes out as delicious as the one you made! Thanks for the awesome recipe!:)

  • Could I substitute sweet potato for the topping? I know the taste will be slightly different but it will still work right? ��������������

  • Thanks, but I think I’ll stick to Alton Brown’s recipe and use actual ground shepherd. They’re hard to find, but that’s what chest freezers are for.

  • You are amazing!! Thank you so much for giving out the international recipe! Although I’ve become an expert at converting haha this is so much better!! Can’t wait to make my boyfriend’s French family try this for Christmas and prove them vegans eat amazingly!

  • This weekend we’re making vegan corn dogs using your amazing recipe because Saturday is National Corn Dog Day, plus we’re gonna try and make vegan pudding shots because, well, why not? Cheers!:)

  • So i guess everybody is doing shephards pie all of a sudden…but this one looks very tasty i like it. Maybe later u can make the irish stew lol love u candace!

  • This was one of the dishes I grew up with (here it’s called “pastel de papa”) and I so missed its texture once I turned vegetarian. Thank you for bringing back so many memories!

  • Wow you’re amazing!! Flips and all!!! I enjoyed those side clips of your flipping art (literally)

    When I was at the grocery store today buying potatoes for my vegan shepherd pie dish I looked at the sweet potatoes and wondered could I use sweet potatoes for the dish. I wish I had saw your video before I settled on the white potatoes. I never tasted shepherd’s pie as a non-vegan so when I make mine and I have nothing to compare it to but I know it’s going to be good. I’m going back and get sweet potatoes. Thanks!������������

  • Which vegan ground beef as ones I’ve seen show that you should not overcook more than 3-5 mins and this one seems to be cooked for a long time. Thanks.

  • I made this last night. I would double the potatoes to make the top thicker (mine was spread pretty thin). Other than that one alteration, I thought this was delicious! And yes, more instant pot recipes please.

  • This looks amaaaazing and the perfect St Patties potluck dish. Thank you thank you! My friends and I are just day drinking and making a dinner feast. This seems like a simple enough recipe to try after a bottle of wine 😉

  • Thank you for this recipe i made this for dinner and WOW vegan shepherd’s pie is a must try, I’m doing a month of only eating meals from The Vegan Corner as a test and I’m eating the same foods each week and wanted something different and found your videos and I’m stopping eating meat for a month to see how i feel and so far i don’t feel bloated like i would eating meat so thank you. i have Potato rice curry for tomorrow YAY.

  • I was searching Pinterest for something to take for Easter dinner and the notifications for your video popped up…after watching the video, I’ve decided to make your shepherds pie…yum ��

  • This looks amazing! One tip for the mash: whenever I make mashed potatoes I also add a parsnip and a couple carrots. It adds a bit of nutritional variety and the carrot adds a pretty buttery color.

  • I’m not vegan by an means, I just like to cook vegan and vegetarian food a lot because I find it more interesting. Since this has no lamb its not “shepherds pie” really. I suggest the name Gardeners pie, Since its a different thing. I feel a lot of these recipes have their own identity and should be treated as such, instead of being treated like they are only for vegans. Meat eaters can eat this as well as its own thing not as a replacement.

  • I’ve just made this and it is amazingly yummy! I added a bit more garlic as I love garlic. So happy I found your channel. Thankyou! x

  • I just made this. So effin good!! The recipe on the website is slightly different isn’t it? It’s ok. I made it my own and I love it!!

  • Im Irish and shepards pie isn’t really irish its more english… theres a BIG difference. We never had worchester sauce or whatever its called its really far removed from our culture if u used that in ireland youd be called a west brit. Thanks tho!

  • i srsly have been watching your videos for 30 minutes now. I want to try all of them! they look so easy and delicious. My husband and I are starting to vegan so this is a huge help!!

  • Im not even vegan and this is one of my favorite winter recipes. I add 1 cup of lentils to it to add protien. And I made extra gravy sooo good��

  • I’m so so happy this recipe exists! shepherds pie has been my favorite dish for years and has so many happy memories associated with it. the thought of giving it up to go vegan has really been tough, and then I stumbled on this! thank you so much!

  • I would add cauliflower to the mashed potatoes so there would be even more vegetables in the shepherd’s pie. I wonder what that would taste like if he used sweet potatoes instead of regular potatoes? For people who are complaining because it’s doesn’t have meat in it, all you got to do, is do the same thing they did and add meat to it omg! I am not a vegan or a vegetarian but I do eat a lot of vegetables. By watching vegan videos it helps me be able to incorporate more vegetables into my diet and gives me more ideas what to do with them.

  • Can I make this in a 9 by 13 and have any depth at all? I lived in Britain for 10 years and you don’t make individual Shepherd’s pies.

  • We gave it a try last week and the taste was pretty decent, bordering on kind of good. While I’d rather stay omnivorous, I’m amazed at the creativity of some vegan and vegetarian recipes. Congrats!:)

  • I was looking for a lunch idea that is easy and has versatile and cheap ingredients and this just made the cut. Fantastic recipe, thank you so much! Once again thank you for posting foods that are healthy and oil-free, perfect for us who are trying to get healthy.

  • nice recipe! but i came here for the cooking and find the freerunning a bit unnecessary and annoying even though i like freerunning

  • Really great recipe if you feel like you want to get off eating meat for a while and you don’t want to eat salads. As a meat lover, this tastes amazing because there’s so much different veggies and flavours in it you don’t mind that there isn’t any meat inside of it. Usually, instead of veggie broth I use chicken:)

  • IT FINALLY CLICKED OH MY GOD it’s been bothering me for WEEKS. Jenny from Suits reminds me of YOU. Oh heeeeck what a relief to finally be able to connect the dots. Ffs.

    Will try that Shepard’s Pie btw.

  • I used to make this is college, when we didn’t have the Veggie Ground Round and had to improvise, sometimes not for the better….Thanks much for sharing the recipe!

  • Can all you triggered non-vegans please think before you say anything nasty. There’s a common stereotype for us vegans to be the ones shaming and cussing out meat eaters but the only thing I see in the comment sections of these videos is hate from the meat eaters themselves. Get a job and move on, not everyone has to agree with you.

  • While the recipe is amazing can we have less of the shenanigans �� every two minutes, it’s irritating. How about you upload this separately on a ‘not cooking’ channel.

  • Hi Tim, quick question, one of my family members seems to have developed an allergy to mushrooms, what could be a good substitute for them in this recipe? Thank you very much.

  • I made this the other night with enough for two portions. It was so good I had to have it two nights in a row!! honestly tastes amazing, is super filling and in my opinion is better tasting than regular shepherds pie

  • Ive actually made this before and it was so good the entire pan was gone under 8 hrs my non vegan dad and friends got into it before i did and i only had one plate

  • i really want to make this today for my family it looks delicious, could i use red lentils as that’s what i have on hand? thank you for your amazing work <3

  • This is a good recipe and I’m planning on trying it. But I wanted to add, it would be great if you could give the product name of the ingredients that you are using, such as name of veggie stock, veggie cheese, etc. This way, on the American side of the pond, we might be able to get the product over here, or choose an acceptable equivalent. The thing that I noticed is the incredible difference in the taste of American products vs English products. When I was last in England, I had to bring by own ingredients over in order to recreate the actual flavor of the dish I wanted to share with relatives. Thanks for a great video, very informative.

  • Guys, don’t ever make this dish, it’s a trap. I just ate more than a half of it just by myself. And I still want more. This pie will chain you and follow you for the rest of your life. Be responsible, make the right choice. I can’t be saved but you are still free.

  • If you’re crying while cutting onions, you need to stop cutting the root.just cut around the root. Problem solved. (Not my original idea. Look up Gordon Ramsay’s tutorial on how to chop an onion. You’re welcome.)

  • Thumbs down for switching every five seconds to the back flips. It’s so distracting from the recipe. Maybe just have the free-running/parkour at the beginning and end only.

  • Love this dish! ������ It was a favorite in my household before becoming vegan. Substitute the potato mash with cauliflower mash. It taste amazing. Thank you!

  • Come marry me we can make trans Atlantic food babies imagine how they will rule the world omg it’s Destiny, I don’t care your care free let’s just make sure there’s nanny care.babies are awesome imagine how great they could be p.s can i ups my flavour dang the haters it’s a trump world girl.

  • I made this dish last night and I just want to say thank you! it tasted amazing! I didn’t add the miso paste but it still was so yummy! I was wondering if you have a book or planning or making one with all your recipes?

  • The name shepher’s pie means that it’s made with meat. You vegans need to stop copying our food just to pretend that yours doesn’t taste like shit.

  • I’m an omnivore myself and I picked this video out of all them of them to watch this morning just because I thought it would be neat and interesting to see how they did it. Let people eat what they want.

  • Shepards care for lambs, hence the name. If there is no lamb it’s not a shepard’s pie. Vegan stuff is fine but words have meanings.

  • Going to make this for dinner tonight! But can I substitute the miso paste for anything? Or just leave it out? Also, is it ½ tsp of each herb (sage, rosemary, thyme)? Or should it be ½ tsp of herbs in total? Thanks!

  • Shepherd pie looks great. I have made two versions one with sweet potato and the other with white potato and I have experimented with different plant based milks for the smash potato and find that soya, oat and hemp milk are good alternatives to almond milk. I have also used vegan cheese or nutritional yeast the results depends on whether the cheese melts but nutritional yeast is a good option too.

  • Very good.  Made this dish for carnivorous friends last night.  Served with steamed green vegetables.  Love this channel, have made several successful recipes.  Keep up the good work,  great editing and cute one-liner funnies.

  • Guys I just made this and it’s actually SO GOOD!! Would definitely recommend. I added a can of black beans and some vegan cheese on top. So warm and filling, it doesn’t even need meat.

  • Hey Vegan Corner! I really would pike to make this recipe, but I am allergic to mushrooms. Do you have an idea about what to substitute it with? Thank you

  • Thanks for sharing this, I made it last night and it was so good I had seconds! I almost changed the herbs because I’d never eaten anything with that combination but at the last minute decided not to, I already had to omit the miso since I didn’t have any and added a diced zucchini because mine were going to go bad, and I also didn’t use pepper in the topping, I used onion powder instead, so it didn’t feel right to make any more changes to the recipe and I’m glad I didn’t. It’s a dish I can proudly share with anyone.: -D

    I have a question: I had enough to make a smaller one in a cereal bowl, just didn’t put it in the oven yet. Since I still have more than half of the big one to eat maybe a couple of times, I was wondering if I can freeze the small one.

  • My family was happy to make this as our main course for Christmas Lunch!! Thank you for this recipe and making it very easy to have a 100% delicious vegan Christmas:)

  • You’re funny, humorous & entertaining to watch. you also have really great, easy to follow recipe videos. Love the video editing too!! Overall 10/10 channel. Thank you for your time, energy & effort ��������

  • I hate onions, so I’d substitute it with celery. But, love your humour and watched your video because of it. But, also gave me the confidence to make my own version of vegan Shepherd’s Pie without stinking ONIONS:-P:-D:-)

  • I just made this. We all ate two servings. It is incredibly satisfying and flavorful. I was going to make this for me and my vegan friends yesterday, for Thanksgiving, but ran out of time. So, I made it today. We couldn’t get enough. This is gonna be my go to recipe when inviting firends for a vegan feast. I used the mashed potato recipe from minimalist baker (I had left overs from thanksgiving). But, next time I will do a no oil mashed potato.

  • Everyone’s saying that it can’t be shepherd’s pie with no meat… I’m more concerned that she put shitaki mushroom and soy in a traditional English dish.

  • I’m halfway down the recipe the vegetables are ready, and the potatoes are still cooking. Judging by the colour in your video, I need to add a little bit more soy sauce. Anyway, it is already very tasty. Thanks, guys, for sharing the recipe!

  • I had to use what was on hand because of the coronavirus lockdown. Replaced red wine with ketchup dissolved in hot water, and used regular canned green lentils instead of puy lentils. Also doubled the tomato paste/yeast extract/balsamic vinegar. My mushrooms were very bland to begin with so that’s why I added more seasoning. Was pretty good!

  • John Lennon’s peace! Haha… I would add egg replacer to the mash but that’s me… plus maybe some tvp fake meat. Going to make this as single-serve w phyllo dough in a muffin pan

  • This looks great. Love the addition of marmite. I always put it in my gravies but never thought about doing that for a dish like this. Genius!