Share List I think we throw away way too many leftovers as a whole. Society has become such a “throw it away, buy new” entity – and it’s just laziness and lack of imagination that causes it. When your fridge has a bunch of semi “meh” veggies – make soup. When you have leftover meat, throw it in the freezer – when you make soup – pull out the odds >> Get the Recipe!
Share List Have some leftover meat (chicken, pork, or beef – I’m flexible)? Maybe you have a bunch of veggies you need to cook up. Either way – consider a filling and flexible Shepherd’s Pie for dinner. I love this recipe, I’ve made it with turkey, chicken, ground beef, leftover roast, leftover prime rib, ham, leftover pork chops & more. You could even, very easily, make this vegetarian. I’ll probably >> Get the Recipe!
Share List I’m a big fan of repurposing leftovers. In fact this christmas I made a Prime Rib and we made 4 meals from the leftovers, including Christmas dinner. It made the $60 price tag feel not so painful. The night after Christmas we had leftovers. I cut some of the meat off the bones and made a chili a few nights later – then a few days after that >> Get the Recipe!
Share List I’m a huge fan of re purposing leftovers into a completely different meal. My kids and husband aren’t huge fans of leftovers, so when I can camouflage them, it’s a good thing. These chicken enchiladas are cheesy and yummy, and extremely easy to put together. You can use either flour or corn tortillas, but corn seems to have a better taste with the chicken and cheese. Corn tortillas also seem to hold up better. They don’t get gummy >> Get the Recipe!
Warming, hearty, and fairly healthy – this leftover turkey chili recipe is a great addition to your fall and winter rotation. Easy enough for weeknights, flavorful enough for entertaining. Try it today!