I have collected two recipes, one shepherd's pie, one potato pizza, and I didn't think about which one to do first, just to create one, two for one. I used up the ketchup at home, I thought I was finished, and the taste was discounted. I couldn’t think of it at the end. It’s not bad at all. The father and son eat the light, I only tasted it...
1. Marinated minced meat, salt, soy sauce, raw flour, oil; 2. Steamed or cooked potatoes, peeled, hot pressed into mashed potatoes, seasoned with freshly ground sea salt pepper, if you want more flavor Add butter; put it on the plate and slowly flatten it for use;
3. Onion, tomato, and granules for use (I used a small tomato this time, no peeling, leaving a few small pieces of tomato slices to decorate);
4. Put 1 scoop of oil in the pan, sauté the onion, then add the minced meat to the discoloration; 5. Add the tomato to fry, and a little tomato sauce (there is no ketchup at home, no release, the taste does not affect, still Delicious) stir fry, add a little ground sea salt, black pepper; 6. Add a little water to boil the meat sauce; finally pour the juice into the bottom of the potato pie; 7. Sprinkle the scattered eggs on the surface and join the mozzarella Cheese
7. Sprinkle the scattered eggs on the surface, place the reserved tomato slices on the surface, and then add the mozzarella cheese;
8. Put in a preheated oven 200 degrees in the middle, bake for 20 minutes until the surface is slightly burnt, but not too long, because the eggs will be very old.
The decoration is out.
1. Don't worry if you don't have ketchup. Believe in tomato, it will bring out the original flavor! Pro card! 2. Pay attention when pressing the mashed potatoes. The more compact the mold is, the more it will not be scattered. Especially the edge position, there must be thickness!