(trolling sounds so ugly, doesn't it? Let's try browsing-) browsing around the web,
looking for gluten-free ground beef recipes and who should I happen upon? In
the words of my youngest, "that cute GF New Zealander" Chef Jason Roberts, cookbook author and regular of The Chew. Actually, it wasn't Jason that
caught my eye (sorry, mate!); it was this:
Chef Jason Roberts' "Almost an Aussie Meat Pie." Now, normally, I would just make a Shepherd's Pie with mashed potatoes on top, as Chef Jason suggests if you eat gluten free. But it just so happens that my older daughter had recently bought me Pillsbury Gluten Free Pie and Pastry Dough
so I thought, Hey! (I really did think that!) This would be a great time to try this stuff! And so I did.
|1. So far, so good. The dough rolled out pretty nicely||between sheets of waxed paper.|
|2. Uh oh...the dough started breaking apart. And sadly, I don't have cool ramekins like Chef Jason, so I had to use mini foil pie plates. :(|
|3. A little reconstructive surgery and egg wash||makes||everything better.|
4. Success! The crust was golden and crumbly and the meat filling was savory and satisfying...simply amazing! Thanks to Chef Jason Roberts and Pillsbury's Gluten Free dough, I can add another ground beef dish to my repertoire.