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This is a neat little dish for being creative with your leftovers. You can have them hot or cook them the night before to take cold to work for lunch. For best results keep your leftover veg in the fridge with your roast until you need them for this recipe.
The recipe is completely versatile and can be adapted to include whatever ingredients you have left from your roast dinner. It will be great to have different pasties with seasonal vegetables throughout the year.
The perfect brunch dish to use up leftover roast potatoes and cooked vegetables from your fridge! We used leftover cooked kale, green beans and roasted peppers, but you can try out different flavour combinations! You can also make this dish vegetarian by eliminating the bacon and using a vegetarian cheese.
This crowd-pleasing crumble is a great idea for how to use up slightly stale hot cross buns, as well as any not-quite perfect apples and dried fruit that you might have in your kitchen.
It's sweet and spicy, this pumpkin soup is a Autumn favourite and perfect if you're making soup for the first time, as well as for seasoned cooks. It works really well if you roast the pumpkin and sweet potato first. Delicious!
This dish is ideal for weekday suppers as it only takes ten minutes to prepare and uses just one dish for cooking. Use your favourite variety of sausages and swap parsnips for potatoes for an equally tasty result.
Not sure what to do with leftover potatoes? Try our Potato and pea Pakora recipe from Worthing's very own and MasterChef Champion 2018 Kenny Tutt!
Not sure what to do with leftover cold chicken? Try our Chicken pakora recipe from Worthing's very own and MasterChef Champion 2018 Kenny Tutt!
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Keeping food in the fridge is necessary to slow down the growth of germs and ensure that it remains fresh and safe for longer.
It is very easy to see leftover food as a problem; in fact they are best seen as ingredients. Leftovers cannot only save you money but also help to prevent unnecessary waste.