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.
What more could you want on a cold winter's night than a hot tasty pie. Because the filling is cooked in the slow cooker, the meat is falling apart and the flavour is incredible.
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 our version of a shepherd's pie that we have for dinner on a Monday night after a Sunday roast lamb. You can make it without the pie crust; we just love the butter flavour mixed with the meat and vegetables.
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.
There's nothing like samosas made from scratch. Even if it takes a little while, it's not too hard and the results are worth it.
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.