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Tag Archives: leftovers
I’m always looking for ways of using leftover chicken, and this is a delicious faux pot pie. Chicken and vegetables are layered in a pan and baking mix is poured on top. Easy to make, and a big hit with … Continue reading
This dish is a “what to do with leftover chicken” and a “what can I make ahead to throw in the oven after the pool” dish. It’s quick, it’s easy, and there were leftovers for lunch the following day. It was … Continue reading
The great thing about roasting a turkey are the leftovers. In our house, after the open face sandwiches, crêpes, and a pan of tetrazzini, there’s soup! Nothing’s better on a chilly Sunday afternoon than the smell of a simmering pot of … Continue reading
This salad came about as a way of using up leftover corn – there’s always a few ears lingering in the fridge after a barbecue and here’s a good way to use them up.
Faced with a lot of leftover turkey from Christmas dinner – I decided to forgo making crêpes and turn my attention to the one dish beauty of a casserole. Turkey tetrazzini is simple to make, and it calls for ingredients that you pretty … Continue reading
Today’s lesson – always make more! If you’re going to grill pesto marinated chicken for dinner like I did last week, throw a few more breasts on the grill. While you’re at it, grab a red pepper, brush it with … Continue reading
The best thing about making a big holiday ham is planning what to do with the leftovers. There was Easter Dinner Part II, sandwiches, quiche, and then there’s the soup – a fabulous, stick-to-your-ribs ham, bean, and kale soup!
Quinoa is touted as a “supergrain” although technically it’s a seed and not a grain. Who cares? It’s high in protein and iron, doesn’t take that long to cook, and it’s my side dish of the week! I rounded up some … Continue reading