These are recipes for using those ham, turkey, or roast beef leftovers from the holidays! We have a discussion going on in the OAMC/Freezer/Make Ahead/Leftover Recipes Forum so come and join us! If you have any suggestions please tell me
These rich and easy enchiladas come from Sunset's 1969 cookbook favorite recipes 1. To save more time on this time saving recipe you can buy the already grated cheese. Use your favorite red or green salsa.
Don't throw away the turkey bones after you've demolished your bird! Save them to make a fantastic turkey stock, which you can then use to flavor all sorts of soups and gravies. After you strain the stock you can freeze it in small Tupperware tubs, or even in ice cube trays, very handy to have in the kitchen!
I'm always looking for recipes that sound something like what my grandma would've made. She was a wonderful cook and even the most average lunch or dinner seemed great. She made an egg salad that I haven't figured out yet. We made sandwiches with it. I found in my "300 Ways to Serve Eggs" circa 1949 a way to make Egg and ham salad that sounds interesting.
Garlic soup is wonderful if you are fighting vampires or colds. This silky soup has a deep garlic flavor. If you don't like garlic this is NOT the soup for you, but if you love it like I do you will be astounded how wonderful it is!
I found this recipe on the southern food website last Christmas when looking for new ways to use leftover ham. It is a comforting casserole that is a bit different from all the other ham casseroles I have tried. I serve it with biscuits and coleslaw.
Make sure your rice is cold with this recipe, if it's warm or hot the grains will stick together. I use leftover chinese carry-out rice to make this and vary the ingredients according to what I have on hand.