Shepards pie (made easy)

by Katie
(W-B Pennsylvania)

As much hamburger as you'd like! fry it up and when its done add one can or if you'd like two cans depending on how much hamburger you are making cans of tomato soup-- while doing that boil the water and cut your potatoes up when that's finished mash them up grab yourself a casserole dish fill the bottom with the hamburg then gently spread the mashed potatoes on top on the burg and then top the potatoes with corn and peas (or whatever veggie you desire) and top with american cheese or any kind of cheese for that matter and bake at 350 until the cheese is melted to your liking! Oh yummy. Enjoy Enjoy!

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