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    I make this so often, that I thought it was about time I posted the recipe! This amusingly named dish is basically traditional British fried leftovers, and probably enjoyed more than the original vegetables were I think! In fact, I have been known to cook the vegetables in order to make the Bubble and Squeak! The name is thought to originate from the noise it makes whilst cooking in the frying pan - bubbling and squeaking, whatver the reason, this simple dish is delicious and a wonderful way to "fry up" your leftover spuds and greens! I like to season mine with lots of freshly ground black pepper. This is a traditional post-Christmas breakfast dish - but don't wait until then to make this. Excellent if served as part of an English breakfast with bacon and eggs, or as a light supper dish.

    Recipe #256493

    No canned soup in this one. I serve it over rice or noodles. Great way to use up leftover chicken and/or ham.

    Recipe #142958

    A delicious, filling casserole that takes only a few minutes to put together. Almost as tasty as Thanksgiving dinner, with a lot less trouble!

    Recipe #37756

    There are a bazillion turkey soup recipes on here but not this one. I like a really chunky soup so you may wish to alter the amount of barley you use. We use alot. Great for OAMC

    Recipe #146484

    OH HEAVEN IN A BOWL! If there was ever a definition of comfort food, this would be one of them. Mom and Pop were poor when they got married and it just seemed only sensible to stretch leftovers tighter than the elastic on Sister Bertha's (second pew, piano side) pantyhose. This makes your leftovers something totally new! In fact, I've been known to stew a chicken just to make this. It's also good for when you're stuck in the snow.

    Recipe #146300

    This is another one of those recipes that I had stuck back that was cut out of some magazine. A great way to use left over meat and pantry canned goods.

    Recipe #89163

    This recipe is great for that leftover ham that you have after all the holidays. Makes a little change from the ham salads and ham sandwiches. Give it a try.

    Recipe #114154

    I found this recipe when searching for a recipe to use up some leftover grilled chicken breast. Plus it can be put together early in the day, then cooked for dinner.

    Recipe #101284

    I love soup from scratch, but every now and then, I take the easy way out. This is one of the recipes I use for leftover meat. I usually use chicken, but it will work with any type of meat.

    Recipe #100814

    I was raised poor and we didn't waste anything. If we had left over meat, we always enjoyed it made over like this. You can even use left over potatoes if you have them, just remember to adjust your cook time. You can also add any type of seasoning that you like to change the taste to suit your family.

    Recipe #74900

    I always make this pot pie with the left over gravy from my blade pot roast (recipe#151068) if I don't have 2 cups I add in some consomme or beef broth to make up the 2 cups, but you can use any leftover gravy recipe or just use canned consomme or beef broth, but I have to say it's much better using gravy --- this can also be made using a double pastry but I don't bother with that it's just as good, and easier using just one pastry top --- make certain to simmer all the sauce with the cooked beef on top of the stove for about 15-20 minutes, this will improve and intensify the filling mixture --- do not season with salt until just before ready to transfer into the pie dish or casserole, trust me the beef filling is so good you may find that you will have it half eaten before you even get a chance to bake it in the crust and it's also wonderful topped on baked puff pastry shells too --- please do not omit the potatoes and carrots, they add so much to this pot pie --- you will love this!

    Recipe #151384


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