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    Left Over Creations! Beef

    What can I do with this left over beef? I can turn it into something that doesn't feel like a left over! Here are some I have found so far
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    This is a great way to use up leftovers. A great Monday night casserole after the Sunday Roast dinner!

    Recipe #69413

    I made this today using some left over pork roast. You can adjust according to your own tastes. This soup will freeze well. Cooking time includes dry bean cooking. If using canned it should only take 20 minutes.

    Recipe #474079

    I had some leftover Mexican roast beef and didn't really know what to do with it. I threw a bunch of stuff into a pan and simmered it for awhile. The mixture tasted wonderful! I had thought to make tacos, but then I got lazy, so I made it into a layered casserole instead. This is a very friendly versatile recipe as you can use leftover beef roast or pork roast, and vary your ingredients and spices to suite your tastes. Also, I like to make the casserole up in the morning, then toss it into the oven just before dinner time. Makes a hectic time just a little easier. Note: You can make a "Mexican" roast by cooking a roast in the crock-pot with salsa.

    Recipe #422291

    Good recipe to use up left-over beef roast.

    Recipe #70527

    A very hearty soup that makes a great warm supper at the end of a cold day. If you want a lighter fare, try substituting ground chicken or turkey. If you are not abig fan of lentils and split peas, use 3/4 of barley only.

    Recipe #185464

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is an easy beef hash, made with leftover beef, potatoes, and vegetables, along with seasonings.

    Recipe #229263

    Okay there are probably lots of different versions of this recipe, But this one is the easiest your going to find! It uses up your leftover roast beef, and I have even used left over grilled steak. Serve it over egg noodles and it is sooo yummy. A family favorite of mine since I was a kid. Not sure where the recipe came from, but my thought is Canadian living from many, many years ago.

    Recipe #367002

    This uses your leftovers from St.Patrick's Day or New England Boiled Dinner. Can be made with any quantity of leftovers so measurements are approximate. Do not use your leftover cabbage or onion!

    Recipe #161562

    This pizza lives up to it's name, it's ready in under 30 minutes! Adapted from BH&G magazine.

    Recipe #188538

    A different and healthy twist for a sandwich. I make these ahead to brown bag for lunch.

    Recipe #227343

    I clipped this recipe year's ago and adapted it to use my leftover beef roast and steaks. Just chop up any leftover beef, throw it in a freezer bag and store until you have enough to make the soup. Also, save your leftover broth. It really makes the soup rich and flavorful. Great for a cold winter day!

    Recipe #250549

    A simple and delicious beef pot pie made from scratch. All you have to do is mix and bake. This recipe comes from www.breadworld.com

    Recipe #286229

    8 Reviews |  By Kendra*

    I never know what to do with leftovers after I fix a pot roast with gravy, onion, potatoes and carrots until I found this recipe. I wouldn't really call it a strata because it doesn't have bread cubes in it. Rather, it has a yorkshire pudding baked around everything else. The recipe came from a book called "Marnie's Kitchen Shortcuts" by Marnie Swedberg. The recipe calls for specific amounts, although I tend to throw in whatever amount of leftovers I have.

    Recipe #100555

    I adore this recipe, I have made it with beef and lamb leftovers. This recipe was given to me by my friend, Terrilee.

    Recipe #204774

    If you are serving a crowd, plan to use both crusts from the pie crust package and make two beef rolls. You can also make turkey sandwich slices. Just use thinly sliced cooked turkey instead of the beef! Recipe is from Pillsbury.

    Recipe #222757

    This is a great sandwich to make during cold weather to accompany a hot bowl of soup! The green chili/mayo/mustard spread is my favorite part.

    Recipe #264265

    This comes from the Peking House restaurant in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Easily adaptable to what you have on hand, including any meat you like, or use tofu. The cook times are approximate since none were given. It cooks fast, though, if you are using all leftover rice, eggs, and meat, which this recipe assumes. If you have to cook the meat, scramble eggs, etc. then it will take longer. It's best to use leftover rice.

    Recipe #115711

    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 recipe to use up leftover cooked meat and potatoes, or use canned corn beef and omit the salt. Add a couple teaspoons of freshly chopped parsley and Worcestershire sauce for additional flavor if you like. Good served with poached or fried eggs, chili sauce or pickled beets, and rye bread and butter. On a busy day, instead of frying, transfer the hash mixture to a casserole dish and bake it uncovered at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 30 minutes or until heated through. Once or twice a week I boil a pot of potatoes with their skins on, cool them and refrigerate. Really handy to have these cooked potatoes, peeled or not, for home fries, omelets, casseroles, and recipes calling for cooked potatoes like this one.

    Recipe #166197

    The amounts listed are only a guideline you may adjust to taste, make certain that the cheese is always on the top, this is a great way to use up cooked roast beef or deli roast beef --- FOR PARTY APPETIZERS instead of using buns replace with small party size pumpernickle bread slices that have been toasted, follow as directed only using smaller amounts.

    Recipe #338089

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