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Recipes using leftovers

Recipes using any sort of leftovers. Right now it is mostly turkey and ham.

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Recipe #282112

These bars are a healthy on the go snack. My picky kids love them and my even pickier hubby loves them! They taste great warm or cold out of the fridge. Portable and packed with nutrition these bars are perfect for families on the go!

Recipe #192786

What a great way to use up leftover ham from the holidays, just simply delicious, and an easy dish to make -

Recipe #359034

This is the ultimate Thanksgiving/Christmas dinner leftover recipe. The recipe keeps in mind that the ingredients being used are from separate dishes that are *already* seasoned. If you are making either of the potatoes from scratch for the recipe, go ahead and season them as if you were making that dish to serve as a side. The same with the gravy, if it is not homemade roasted turkey gravy, add some more seasoning to it. Of course you do not have to have leftovers to make this, but it is a good way to use up the turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes and gravy without the dish tasting like leftovers. I have also made it with chicken with excellent results. This is a real family pleaser and our 4 year old actually asks for this for dinner a lot. The original recipe was adapted from Chef Jimmy Bradley of the Red Cat in New York City. It can also be prepared in individual 1 1/2-cup ramekins; check them for doneness after 20 minutes. WINE: A bighearted Chardonnay will echo the texture of the smooth gravy and the soft mashed potato topping. Look for a reasonably priced, fruity wine, such as Australia’s 1999 Rosemount or the 1999 Lindemans Bin 65.

Recipe #133816

2 Reviews |  By loof

This quick and easy recipe is ready in a jiffy, especially if you have leftover cooked chicken and rice! From the "Lone Star Cookbook 1997-98", Aggie Moms Club, Texarkana TX

Recipe #458692

From Wisconsin Potato Sensations cookbook. Perfect for Fall!

Recipe #439945

Several years ago, on the Friday after Thanksgiving, I wanted to use my leftovers for something other than a turkey sandwich or turkey soup. I opened up all the containers in the fridge and came up with this. It's a family favorite and easy to create. It's also easy to put together from scratch, without using leftovers. I've provided amounts as a guideline but the recipe is very forgiving and can be adjusted or modified for more or less, depending on how many ingredients you have on hand. Also - if your stuffing isn't very savory, you can add more herbs to either your turkey mixture or your stuffing mixture - or both!!

Recipe #195122

5 Reviews |  By Lorac

A wonderfull combination of savory and sweet flavors. Serve with asparagus topped with lemon, butter and parmesan cheese or a green salad.

Recipe #21890

7 Reviews |  By Annacia

Homey and old-fashioned, this comforting dish can be on the table in a flash, thanks to store-bought rotisserie chicken and biscuits made with self-rising flour. This is a modernized version of the recipe that was home cookin' to my Texas family.

Recipe #210330

A very tasty way to use up leftover roast pork. I usually make a batch of homemade soup once a week for lunches, and this recipe is in my top ten for soups. This is from the March 2000 issue of Quick Cooking.

Recipe #395717

8 Reviews |  By Johnney

This spicy sauce, which makes good use of leftover chicken or turkey, is also great on true pastas, as well as the spaghetti squash suggested here. For a vegetarian version, simply eliminate the meat, or if you want a substitute, use extra firm tofu.

Recipe #101248

More of a quick bread than cake, this is a great way to use leftover sweet potatoes or yams after your holiday feast!

Recipe #491039

I make this great soup once in awhile when I "realize" that I have the ingredients (some of which are "leftovers") on hand. It's hearty, healthy, and won't leave you hungry an hour later, which is a common complaint with vegetable soups. This recipe screams out for substitutions, depending upon what you have in your vegetable bin. In additon to the ingredients I have listed, consider also green beans (fresh, canned, or cooked), Brussels sprouts, asparagus, lima beans (frozen or canned), or lentils. If you have no leftover grilled steak, use crumbled leftover hamburgers (or, raw hamburger). The soup is not too tomatoey like some veggie soups. I think that you'll love this soup! pat, the old bone man. *.*

Recipe #249975

1 Reviews |  By Courtly

An unusual recipe. Very yummy, though. Great for around the holidays.

Recipe #253875

Delicious holiday Soup. Can add more or less of anything you want and it will still come out delicious.

Recipe #202212

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