Lamb can be found in a range of pies but the most common lamb pie is better known as shepherd’s pie and has a mashed potato top.
Now is there any comfort food that can best a shepherd's pie? It's super hearty and packed full of vegetables.
Lamb mince, carrots and onions topped with a layer of cheese and onion mashed potatoes. A true family favourite in our house!
Kind of like a Shepherd's Pie but with a scone topping instead of mashed potatoes, this cobbler has a beautifully flavoured lamb mince filling.
This is a favourite way to transform the leftovers from the weekend roast into a satisfying meal for all the family.
This is my version of this hearty English meal, made with baked beans and tomatoes. It's a meal on its own or can be stretched further by serving with vegetables or salad.
This is a shepherd's pie full of lamb and vegetables, but it is topped with crispy filo pastry rather than mashed potato.
Spicy chilli lamb with beans makes a great base for this warming version of shepherd's pie; the crisp, garlicky potato crust tops it off fabulously.
Nothing beats the smell of a pie baking in the oven, and this one is even more aromatic than most with its rosemary-flavoured crust.
In this version of a long-time family favourite, the minced lamb filling contains plenty of vegetables and red lentils, giving a rich flavour and texture. A generous serving of peas will make the meal even more nutritious.
This tart is traditionally baked by Alsatian bakers on the bottom of their bread ovens. As the bacon fat drips onto the oven floor, it catches fire—hence the name—producing a deep, smoky flavour.