A good and easy way to use leftover roast, always a hit for a light lunch or dinner. Serve with green salad and hot rolls. Note: Other meats can be substituted, but it's the flavor of a beef roast that makes this recipe so good. My mother loves this dish with grated carrot, sometimes. I don't care for it, but you might like to try it.
This is a Mother/Daughter "creation" for using the leftover spiral ham from Christmas day - just add a green veg or salad to complete the meal. Quick, easy & very good - I'll buy another ham just so I can make it again!!
The cornbread gives this a Southern flair. You can use this base to make a variety of patties. = Salmon is my favorite, but I've made them with pretty much whatever I had on hand. Great for leftover salmon or even chicken. If you don't have leftover cornbread and don't want to make it, you can use breadcrumbs, or crushed crackers. You can also omit the potatoes if you don't have any.
I had some leftover turkey, dressing and gravy and I didn't want the same old boring leftovers. This is what I came up with. This can be doubled very easily. You can even use chicken instead. For the dressing use your favorite. Posted August 29th 2005.
The spread on these meatball sandwiches is what really sets them apart from others. You can experiment and customize by using your favorite meatballs, sauces and fresh bread. Good for a party finger food, or for lunch or dinner. I promise no meatball sandwich will be the same again! Cook time includes entire process.
I have meatloafs in the freezer. Nothing goes to waste. I have to either slice up the leftover meatloaf and place it back in the freezer as a meal or come up with something do with it. Here is one idea....I'm sure their are 100's
This is an off the shelf meal, but if you choose to use fresh mushrooms, be sure to add a quarter cup of additional liquid. An interesting variation is to skip the cheese and add a quarter cup of sour cream and a quarter teaspoon of nutmeg to make a stroganoff. Cooking is a Creative Sport.
I tried this chowder after an ice skating party, and when I went back for more it was long gone. It is rich and creamy and absolutely melts in your mouth. It is expected and devoured at every family gathering I have, there is never any left over, and always people asking for more.
I was looking for a way to use up some leftover turkey - Lo and Behold I came up with this wonderful soup from the Food Network on Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller. Seeing as the holidays are right around the corner and there will be plenty of leftover turkey in our kitchens, I thought I would share my new found treasure with you ;) This recipe is super easy and tastes great! Your family will never know they are eating leftovers. I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I did.
This is my favorite pot pie to use up those holiday leftovers. I tend to make more stuffing and gravy then I need for the meal so that I can use up the leftover turkey in this way. I love the crispy stuffing crust on the top. The gravy keeps the potpie from being dry.