Camper Van Cottage Pie
Since the original recipe that inspired this RV-friendly version called for almost two whole sticks of butter, I feel anything less than a whole stick can be considered diet friendly by comparison. Enjoy your veg!
ground beef or bangers (sausages), cooked 1/4 head of cabbage, chopped carrot, finely chopped frozen for canned mixed vegetables scallions or onions, chopped instant mashed potatoes butter milk water
If you are making
Bangers and Mashor what I like to call
Burger and Mash, cook the meat in a skillet and remove to a covered bowl or plate for later. Leave the drippings in the skillet to flavor the cabbage.
In a big skillet with a lid add a Tablespoon of butter, a cup or so of water with all of the chopped cabbage, chopped carrot and chopped onion. Cover and steam over medium heat until the cabbage is very soft but not brown. This can be between 15 and 30 minutes or more so be patient and avoid lifting the lid too often.
In a bowl mix the instant mashed potatoes with milk, water and butter to the ratio specified on the package. When the cabbage is fully cooked, dump the mashed potato mixture into the skillet and stir until it thickens to the desired consistency.
Garnish with fresh scallions and a bit of butter.
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