Few meals make me feels as good as Beef Noodle Soup. The Chinese aromatics are so tasty and add even more nutrition to this dish. It’s a great way to use leftover roast beef.
Making stock from beef bones is incredibly easy and the broth is full of nutrition. It’s a great way to boost your immune system and make sure nothing goes to waste in your kitchen.
Making this beautiful rolled pork loin is straightforward and rather fun! It’s delicious with veggies and gravy then it slices easily when cold to put in sandwiches.
This simple, kid-friendly chicken curry is a great way to use up leftover roast chicken. It’s mild but flavourful and incredibly easy to make.
Bacon wrapped potato cake is fun to make delicious to eat. I make it as a weekday meal then fry any leftovers and serve with an egg for breakfast… double win.
One of my depression-fighting favourites is salmon and tinned salmon still has the nutrients that protect and improve brain function. Tinned Salmon Fishcakes are a great way to use up leftover mash.
Leftover mashed potato is an opportunity to make delicious potato cakes. For this combo I’m using Parsley and Parmesan. Flat leaf parsley gives a bright note to this filling side dish.
If you have leftover chilli con carne then you’re in lucky because you can make Chilli Boat and Cheese Dippers. This is such a fun meal to eat and the kids love it.
If you have leftover roast chicken during asparagus season then this salad is a gift. The warm chicken and asparagus are beautiful with the cool bocconcini and fresh spinach. The self making croutons add a great crunch.
In the spring when I have leftover roast chicken I make this incredible Chicken Satay Noodle Salad for me and Paul. It is a texture sensation with a perfect balance of salt and spice.