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This is one of the first meals i served my french husband when we lived in Brighton. The only difference i make is to caramelise one onion and I also do half mashed sweet potato and normal potato with a little cheese through it. I've also introduced it to my Aussie friends and they love it too!
I found this a very good recipe for leftover corned beef. I used a little over a pound sliced very thin for the mashed potatoes I added some sour creamand a few minced cloves of garlic sauteed in a couple tablespoons of butter. I had to leave casserole warming in the oven for about a half hour after baking it and the cheese formed a very nice crust (I used a little over a cup so it covered the mashed potatoes completely). Overall a bit starchy but fine for a cold weather meal and very tasty with a bit of A1 Sauce on it.
yuk! i made this for a dinner with one of my best friends who is from "across the pond," and she said that there is absolutely nothing "british" about this recipe. neither of us liked it. i'll stick with the more traditional recipes!
My husband really loved this one! I made a few changes...used instant mashed potatoes and I used campbells pork and beans and leftover corned beef from a brisket I made last week. It is a keeper for sure!
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