Bubble cakes are a fantastic adaptation to the classic "bubble and squeak". You can use up the leftovers from a roast with this dish. For best results use leftover mash potato from a recent roast, although mash which you have frozen will also work.
A great recipe for using up peppers and you can use yellow or green peppers instead of red ones!
This fantastic dish makes the best of leftover roast lamb, takes its inspiration from Greek cuisine aromatic flavours and uses the classic filo pastry. Any leftover pastry can be wrapped up in cling film and frozen to use another time. Feel free to experiment with different dried or fresh herbs that you might have in the kitchen.
This easy to make fridge cake is a great way to use up chocolate that may be leftover and makes a wonderful afternoon treat! You can also use any other plain type of biscuit, and you can use up any mixture of nuts or dried fruit you might have sitting in your kitchen cupboards.
Love your leftovers with this delicious Thai chicken curry made with leftover rice!
This bread sauce recipe is great way to use up extra bread at Christmas, and it's easier than you might think!
Frozen banana and chocolate lollies, a great way of using up bananas that are past their best!
This recipe can be adapted to suit what you have in the fridge. Stewing steak will work just as well as diced beef, just cut it yourself beforehand. If you’re planning to leave the slow cooker on while at work you could complete some these steps the night before and refrigerate your meat and veg before adding to the pot in the morning.
If you’ve never tried this brunch favourite as a savoury dish, you’re missing out. It’s also a great way of using up stale bread – perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
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