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    Left-Over Recipes

    There's nothing I love better than saving money. These recipes let you use all of your left-over meats, etc. to make another meal! Delicious AND economical!
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    Another recipe from Mom. These are good and easy to throw together.

    Recipe #83207

    Simple, flavorful casserole. For a bolder taste Colby cheese can be used instead of Cheddar. Submitted to on Jan. 17, 2010.

    Recipe #409019

    This is a great pork recipe. Something a little different from the norm! <><

    Recipe #382217

    2 Reviews |  By Chesska

    So creamy, so yummy! I think it's the Worcestershire sauce that does it.

    Recipe #381108

    27 Reviews |  By PanNan

    Great egg salad with a little something extra. Delicious for regular sandwiches and also finger sandwiches, or on large sturdy crackers (like the Swedish rye crisps). This recipe would be delicious using a great Southern U.S. ham.

    Recipe #61895

    These wraps are absolutely delicious. They're somewhat healthy and you can use a different dressing if you'd like. I personally enjoy ranch dressing and it tastes great.

    Recipe #364552

    What to do with leftover cranberry sauce?

    Recipe #363683

    Source: This is a great way to use up leftover pot roast and make a completely different meal.

    Recipe #360054

    I got this from under a budget stretching meal topic. The person didn't have a name for it, so this is what I'm calling it. :) My family really liked it. I modified it a bit. It uses leftover rice, meat and vegetables to make a new meal for pennies. I'm not sure on the serving size, but I'm guessing about 5.

    Recipe #350874

    1 Reviews |  By 4-H Mom

    A recipe I came across in a magazine I was looking at today. I plan on making this over the weekend.

    Recipe #350418

    This recipe came from a casserole dish bookcook.

    Recipe #350440

    After the holidays we (of course) had some left overs, & I remembered seeing another recipe similar to this in a magazine, but for chicken w/cream of mushroom soup.....which gave me the idea.....and surprise! it was a huge hit! This can be changed up many different ways....add more or less of each of the ingredients, different flavors or textures, anything goes!

    Recipe #347177

    COMFORT FOOD! Flavors blend well in this soup/chowder which can easily be cooked stovetop or in a crock pot. A great way to use leftover ham. EASY preparation. Your family will love this soup!

    Recipe #345953

    I got this from my MIL. I had it at her house one day after Thanksgiving, and I nearly slurped up the whole pan. That is something else considering I usually avoid her cooking as much as I can.

    Recipe #342231

    If you have left over cooked roast and don't know what to do with it, here is a nice little recipe I found in Taste of Home. I like to add a few tablespoons of sour cream just before serving, but it is up to you.

    Recipe #340909

    9 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    A spin off of our Recipe #253952, and just as tasty. Great for OAMC too. The croquettes freeze well, then just pop them in the microwave for a quick meal or snack. :)

    Recipe #266220

    From TOH's Casserole Cookbook. Very yummy and just in time for Thanksgiving leftovers. This is also very good as a leftover the next day. Instead of peas and carrots you could put in any leftover veggies. Instead of refrigerated biscuits I have also used a 7.5 oz pouch of biscuit mix (Bisquik brand) and 1/2 cup of water to make drop biscuits and baked for 15-20 minutes or until the biscuits are golden.

    Recipe #339826

    saving dinner, winter, week 6 Serving suggestions- big salad and whole grain rolls

    Recipe #339620

    This recipe was born back in the early '70s when I offered to help in my mother-in-law's kitchen's at Thanksgiving. I asked where each key ingredient was, and was given the answer "don't have it, I have this." The original recipe was nothing even close to this one. I made the original later; I like this one better.

    Recipe #338628

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