Mince and Tatties.
Mince is the British name for ground meat, and it usually refers to beef.
If you’ve ever been to England or Scotland, you may have seen simply “mince and potatoes” on pub menus.
It’s cheap to make and very filling. When you break this recipe down, it’s sort of like a deconstructed cottage pie.
The filling is ground beef with veggies and a nice dark gravy, and it’s served with yummy mashed potatoes.
The only real difference is that they’re made and plated separately rather than baked in layers.