Corn White Sweet Potatoes Cottage Pie of Cincinnati Chili
Eventually, here comes the cottage pie moment. Made out of leftover chili makeover as well as a no fuss casserole. The chili recipe is on the previous post. If needed, head on over there.
This batch was made from about half of that Cincinnati chili, 1/16 tsp. ground cayenne peppers, 1 tsp. whole caraway seeds, 1/8 tsp. paprika and 1/8 tsp. liquid beef stock in addition. And then, make them well reduced by evaporation.
Just to note, if you’re one for spicy food, it would be a nice idea to use green peas, carrot small diced, 1+1/2 tsp. ground cayenne peppers, 1 tbsp. whole caraway seeds, 1 tsp. paprika, 1 tsp. liquid beef stock, 1/4 tsp. chicken stock and pepper for leftover portions. It’s more likely to be a light version of goulash, which means, that will be different from the most authentic version of Hungarian goulash of pork, still, it does work out well as its own character. Besides with short noodles/pasta, it could be one of useful tips for leftover chili. Regardless of the type of staple you take, it becomes even better.
As for the half mashed white sweet potatoes of the pie top, it could be a distinguished case that will show you how it is done in an extension of familiar something with a twist. Crispy on the outer edges, soft and delicate on the inside, absolutely rather better than potatoes; it will be the triumph of this version. With a dash of corn, it comes out very well. I normally opt for parting corn grains from what I eat, this is one of few exceptions. So amazing, you could just give it a go.
Compared to using regular sweet potatoes, it will have an edge on it. There is no strong sweetness or unwanted liquid after done in an oven. Everything would be in moderation inside out, taking up the ideal of casserole dish.
For these reasons, setting aside your diction and other components you would take, shepherd’s pie, cottage pie, Pâté Chinois, or what else, most of all, it likely comes out nicely.