8 responses

  1. Sakura
    January 26, 2012

    Wow, these look yummy! I think it sends them over the top because it’s all yours. No one else gets to eat your individual serving!!!!! Mine all Mine!!! I’ll have to put this on my menu plan next week. Thanks for the recipe.

    • Jami @ An Oregon Cottage
      January 29, 2012

      Totally laughed out loud, Sakura…maybe that’s my secret reason for liking them so much!

  2. Amateur Cook
    January 27, 2012

    I’m not sure why it’s classed as a Shepherd’s pie as I haven’t seen much evidence of people herding chickens.

    You mention “it’s different than other “pot pie” recipes” so I would call it Individual Chicken-Tomato Pot Pies.

    Just wondering… ☀

    • Jami @ An Oregon Cottage
      January 29, 2012

      Well, I did do a search and it seems that the consensus is a pie with a mashed potato topping is Shepherd’s Pie (or Cottage, but that’s not used much here in the Western U.S.).

      I didn’t want to give the impression of a pot pie with a regular crust on it – besides, the term pot pie always reminds me of those disgusting frozen ones I grew up eating. :-)

      Though I love the image of herding chickens…which if course can sometime happen if they end up someplace they’re not supposed to be! :-)

  3. Ashley@AttemptsAtDomestication
    January 27, 2012

    This looks delicious! I’m not sure if the hubby has ever had shepherd’s pie, but I’d like to make it on this small scale!

  4. Anonymous
    January 27, 2012

    Down Under a shepherd’s pie is made with lamb, otherwise it is a Cottage Pie.

    • Jami @ An Oregon Cottage
      January 29, 2012

      Yep, but people in my part of the world don’t know what a “cottage pie” is, but most think of Shepherd’s Pie as one with a potato topping. :-)

  5. Thoughts for the day
    January 27, 2012

    Might have to try that sometime. Looking for good recipes all the time so thank you for your list … keep sending them out.

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