Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C).
Peel all the
and cut them into 3 centimeter cubes. Prepare a pot half-filled with cold water, add the sliced potatoes and stir in
Salt (3 Tbsp)
Bring it to a boil, then reduce the heat to medium-low and let it gently simmer until they are soft. It should take about 10-15 minutes.
Garlic (2 cloves)
into small pieces and boil the
Lentils (1 1/2 cups)
for 15 minutes and strain. Prepare the
Vegan Red Wine (1/2 cup)
Canned Tomato Purée (1/2 cup)
Vegetable Stock (1 cup)
While the potatoes are boiling, start making the pie mixture. Use a large non-stick frying pan and preheat it to medium-high heat. Then add the chopped garlic and fry them until they turn yellow.
Add the onions, carrots, and mushrooms together with a pinch of salt and pepper. Wait until the onions turn light brown and the carrots become tender, it should be about 10 minutes.
Add the boiled lentils, cut tomatoes and mix well.
To make your pie taste more gravy-like, add just a little
Whole Wheat Flour (2 Tbsp)
Add the Vegetable Stock, Vegan Red Wine, Canned Tomato Purée,
Dried Thyme (1 Tbsp)
Dried Rosemary (1 Tbsp)
. Mix it well for a couple of minutes and as a result, you kitchen will smell wonderful.
Get the potatoes out of the pot and drain the water. Add a tablespoon of
Sea Salt (to taste)
Soy Milk (1/2 cup)
then use a masher to mash the potatoes.
Prepare a plastic wrap and start forming the shape of Jabba on it. Make sure you have a picture of Jabba nearby so it can guide you on how to shape his body.
Add Soy Milk and
Vegetable Stock (3 Tbsp)
to your mashed potatoes. By adding more moisture it gets easier to spread it on top of the pie.
Pour the pie mixture into a pie plate and spread the mashed potatoes on the surface.
Slowly lift Jabba from the plastic wrap that you were using before, and make sure you don't get too excited and accidentally break him.
Put Jabba and the Shepherd's Pie into the oven and bake for 20 minutes.
For his facial parts, I used
Nori Sheets (1 Tbsp)
. Wet entire strings of seaweed and start making the face on Jabba.
For Jabba's green parts, I used
Matcha Powder (1 Tbsp)
. Wet a spoon and dip into the powder, then gently start painting Jabba's surface using the back of the spoon.
Afterward, sprinkle some
Freshly Ground Black Pepper (to taste)
, and you are done! Serve and enjoy!