Yamnuska Backcountry Kitchen Shepherd’s Pie is one of our original recipes so if you like that “mom’s home cooking” taste, then definitely give this dinner a try. It’s comforting, delicious and perfect for a backcountry meal.
This popular classic is created from Alberta beef simmered gently in its own juices with peas, corn, carrots, green beans and spices, then served with our dairy-free creamy potato mix. Prepare the potatoes on the side or go classic by layering them on top. We have some great stories from customers about our Shepherd’s Pie being cooked ‘traditional’ in a deep dish and baked in a Dutch Oven with melted cheese when facilities have ovens. The kid in our chef still loves his shepherd’s pie with a squirt of ketchup on top for serving and then mixing it all together so very bite has all the delicious flavours!
Whether you have one pot facilities or a full kitchen at your disposal or whether you prefer it with cheese or ketchup, our shepherd’s pie will be a hit. Order extra for second servings, especially in the cold winter months!
59 in stock (can be backordered)
Recipe Inspiration and History
A classic, Yamnuska Backcountry Kitchen's Shepherd's Pie Dehydrated dinner entree is one of the original recipes on our menu and remains a cornerstone on Chef's backcountry food menus. Originating in 18th century Ireland where it was made from leftovers and typically baked in a pastry crust, modern variations typically use mashed potatoes on top, and sometimes, the bottom too.
Nutritional Notes for Shepherd’s Pie Dehydrated Dinner
- Excellent Source of Dietary Fibre (Total Fat 20g)
- Excellent Source of Protein
- Excellent Source of Iron
Suitability of Shepherd’s Pie for Restricted Diets
- May be suitable for dairy-free diets - read ingredient lists carefully.
- May be suitable for gluten-free diets - read ingredients lists carefully.
Suggestions for Serving our Shepherd’s Pie
- Served over Potato Mix (included in package)
- Garnish with chopped fresh parsley (not included)
- Add some grated cheese on top
- Add a squirt of ketchup, if preferred (Chef's favourite)
Preparation Instructions for 1 package(145g) of Shepherd’s Pie
Keeping hydrated is even more critical when you consume foods that have had their moisture removed to keep from spoiling outside of the fridge and freezer. Proper re-hydration prior to consumption is very important. In high impact or long endurance activities, keeping your body properly hydrated is challenging and can on its own create issues with energy levels, strength and concentration. We have some tips for staying hydrated in the backcountry.
- Mix contents of package and 650ml of water in a 1 L pot.
- Bring to a boil.
- Cover, turn off heat, and let stand 15 minutes or longer.
- Return the mixture to boil,
- Reduce heat and simmer for 10-12 minutes. Times vary depending on altitude and temperature.
- Continue to rehydrate until the desired texture is achieved.
- Season to your personal taste & serve.
Nutrition Facts per 1 package (145g) of our Shepherd’s Pie Dinner
- Portion Size 145g (Serves 1)
- Calories 590
- Fat 20g (27%)
- Saturated Fat 6.0g + Trans 0g (30%)
- Cholesterol 60mg (20%)
- Carbohydrate 79g
- Fibre 12g (43%)
- Sugar 14g (14%)
- Protein 22g
- Sodium 620mg (27%)
- Potassium 75mg (2%)
- Calcium 125mg (10%)
- Iron 5.5mg (31%)
Ingredients List for Shepherd’s Pie
- Mixed Vegetables
- Lean Ground Beef
- Mashed Potatoes
- Gluten Free Flour
- beef soup base
- Canola Oil
|Dimensions||80 × 60 × 100 mm|