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    Beef Up Your Meals With Beef Leftovers

    [Cover photo by LEEZAH 4.] Recipes that use beef that's already been cooked. Of course, leftover beef can also be used in salads (so see my Salads: Cool and Meaty cookbook) or sandwiches (for which see my Sandwiches—Two Slabs of Bread and Some Filling , Melts , Pita-full Sandwiches and Wrapsody cookbooks). Also check out the recipes in my cookbooks Chicken Leftovers—How to Use 'Em and Pork Leftovers—Ways to Pig Out , many of which can be adapted for beef.
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    A full-meal soup as delicious as the restaurant classic. And a great way to use your leftover pot roast or oven-roasted beef and not waste the drippings. Its a meal in a bowl but a green salad and some hearty bread are welcome additions if you want them.

    Recipe #214610

    Good recipe to use up left-over beef roast.

    Recipe #70527

    I ate a dish similar to this in a resteraunt. I could never find a recipe, so I made up my own. This recipe is almost exact to the one I had in the resteraunt. You can spice it up with peppers, guacomole, or anything else. Any meltable cheese can be used for the sauce. Let me know what you think.

    Recipe #71664

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is a great "after company" leftover dish. The whole family will enjoy it.

    Recipe #11362

    Delicious and easy hot sandwich served with a dip of rich beef broth. Try it with potato chips and a dill pickle.

    Recipe #23766

    DH and I have been experimenting with wraps lately, I came up with this and DH absolutely loved it and suggested I post it.

    Recipe #147611

    2 Reviews |  By *Asha*

    Easy to make and great as a snack or main meal. You can add some mushrooms and feel free to use different cheese if you like.

    Recipe #161527

    A great "wake-up" brunch. Left over potatoes and beef roast are perfect for this hash. The recipe was on a card from the Marlboro Country Cooking recipes.

    Recipe #53689

    I put this casserole together with leftovers from a pot roast dinner and a few other ingredients. There was a severe thunderstorm in the area here in Denver, thus the name! My family gobbled it up and there were no leftovers in the 8"x8" baking dish I used! You don't need a thunderstorm to try this recipe! :)

    Recipe #66237

    When I'm in a hurry and want something good, this sandwich fills the bill.

    Recipe #162610

    The sour bite of the bourbon and vinegar, matching the sweetness of the sauted onion gives new life to left over cooked beef. This recipe can be expanded to serve two, or dozens. Other cooked meats could be used, and cooked peas or tomatoes could be added to make a complete one dish meal. Cooking is a Creative Sport.

    Recipe #108707

    The rough translation of this dish means "scrambled food" and is a great dish to use up leftovers from the night before. We have had this for breakfast as well as supper. Serve with ketchup, HP sauce and toast.

    Recipe #136583

    Leftover beef roast? Not anymore, here is a quick and easy way to use up that roast.

    Recipe #28799

    32 Reviews |  By Dib's

    If served with rice and refried beans you will be rolling away from the table. I make these for tailgate parties at my house-keeps them full and happy!!!!!! Please note prep time does not include cooking the meat, which can be done a day in advance.

    Recipe #11135

    This is the most wonderful tasting way to use up any left over cooked beef, my family loves these sandwiches, I always make a large roast so I can have leftovers just to make this recipe! I usually serve them up with fries, this recipe is very easy to make as it is prepared in the microwave, but if desired this could also be prepare in a saucepan.

    Recipe #78913

    5 Reviews |  By Tarynne

    My mom's friend Marlene taught us how to make these when I was a kid. Taquitos have always been a favorite of mine and These are so easy to whip up.

    Recipe #26331

    This is something i like to do with leftover beef or pork. If you don't have any juices for dipping, use some broth and spice it up a little.

    Recipe #140004

    I wanted something different for breakfast for the kids and was out of cereal. a look in the fridge and steak and baked potatoes from last nights dinner inspired this recipe. You can stretch this to serve many by adjusting ingredients chopping and slicing to stretch further. Add more or remove something to suit your preferences! Serve with some toast and eggs (scrambled, over easy, poached) and really have a great breakfast! Impress your house guest from dinner to breakfast!

    Recipe #110538

    This recipe came from the need to grab something to eat while working on the computer. The ingredients were just about the only edible foods left in the fridge. I have to say this is one of the tastiest, most satisfying things I've ever whipped up for lunch! The sesame pita bread came from Trader Joes, as did the pre-marinated Tri-Tip. You could use any leftover cooked meat, and adjust the flavorings infinitely. Don't change the apples and onions, though, they are what brought it all together. Easy to eat in one hand, leaving one free to control the mouse!

    Recipe #57775

    This recipe was written to use up left over Roast beef, but crumpled hamburgers, or any other cooked meats that have enough flavor to stand on it's own would work. Cooking is a Creative Sport.

    Recipe #73336

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