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Pate Chinois, Canadian
(although it should be translated as Chinese Pie, it is more like a Shepperd Pie with some variations..)
Cut the onions in little pieces and throw them in a pan. Soften the onion in a little oil on the stove on medium. Add the ground beef, ketchup, salt, pepper and herbs and stir so that the meat breaks down in little pieces. Drain.
Put the meat in a square pyrex bowl as your first layer. Add the can of corn as a second layer... Then add the creamed corn as a third and finally the mashed potatoes....
Flatten the mash potatoes with a fork, to make little peaks...
Throw in the oven on broil for about 20 minutes OR until the little potato peaks are brown. Serve...
Contributed by Marie, 2000
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