Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Bob Evans Holiday Cooking

Around the holidays, we tend to do a whole lot of cooking. This year we will be making a big meal for Christmas dinner at my house. It seems that not only are the meats we go with very important, but the sides are also important. Well this year I am going to be doing several sides as well as a few main dishes. Recently I was sent a amazing pack from Bob Evans to review for my readers. In this pack I got a great lunch box that is perfect for packing lunches in, inside the lunch box was a Bob Evans Side Dish of mashed potato, some coupons for some Bob Evans products, and a really cool Potato Clock!! With this set I was asked to try not only the side dishes, but also do something a little different with the side dishes.
I love Shepherd's Pie. It is one of my favorite dishes to make. Well I found an amazing recipe on the Bob Evans site where I found a recipe for some Shepherd's Pie that I can make using the Bob Evans Mashed Potatoes. I also found other recipes on the Bob Evans site that I found to look very appetizing and ones that I am going to have to try. The Shepherd's Pie was very easy to make and the end result was amazing, in fact, it was so amazing, I had finished making it, went to grab my camera and returned to the kitchen to find my husband serving it up for us and the kids. Oh well, I found a pic of what it will look like when you are done cooking it, and yes, it is as amazing as it looks!

Prep time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 25 minutes
4 servings
Ingredients
1 package Original Mashed Potatoes (24 oz)
1/4 pound Velveeta Pasteurized Prepared Cheese Product, cut into 1/2-inch cubes (4 oz)
1 pound lean ground beef
1 cup frozen mixed vegetables (peas, carrots, corn)
1 cup beef gravy
Directions
Heat oven to 375ƒF. Brown meat in heavy medium ovenproof skillet; drain. Return meat to skillet; stir in frozen
vegetables and gravy. Combine potatoes and VELVEETA; spread over meat mixture. Bake 20 to 25 minutes or
until heated through and lightly browned. Serving Suggestion: Serve with a mixed green salad and your favorite
fresh fruit to round out the meal. Substitute: Substitute 1 pound (16 oz) Bob Evans Original Roll Sausage for the
ground beef


To get more recipes like this one, head over to Bob Evans and check out the selection of recipes from entrees to desserts!!

6 comments:

Jessica B. said...

Thanks for the recipe. I never thought about using Bob Evan's sides to create another recipe. These come in handy during the holidays when it is so busy!

won said...

That recipe sounds great!

Know what I thought it was in the photo before I read? It looked to these not so good eyes like eggs on the top. LOL

Mommy Katie said...

lol, I did not even see that until you said it. It was good, they have a meatloaf that looks pretty good as well, but shepherds pie is a fave of mine!

Deal Dishin' Momma said...

Thanks for this! This looks really good!

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Janet W. said...

I've never tried Bob Evan's sides before. Those mashed potatoes look good and will save me a ton of time!

Laura Lane said...

I didn't know that Bob Evans did prepacks.