Leftover roast chicken and gravy becomes a simple and delicious weekday pie. Ready made pastry and tips on keeping your pie soggy-free make for an easy and tasty pie.
When you have leftover roast pork you can make this fast and tasty dish in 15 minutes. Just like sweet and sour pork it’s bright and savoury.
Whether you have leftover roast pork or want to try something new with pork loin this is a beautiful sauce to pair it with for an evening meal in under 30 minutes.
Beef stew and dumplings is one of my favourite comfort dishes. I would ask my Mum to make it every time I visited. A great way to use up leftover roast beef or make with fresh stewing steak. The dumplings are soft on the bottom and crispy on top… perfection.
Leftover roast chicken is amazing in pasta dishes. If you don’t have leftovers from Sunday lunch you can whip up some roasted pieces to use in this delicious, family pasta dish.
You don’t need much leftover chicken meat to make a tasty weekday meal. Chicken and Peppers is full of immune-boosting vitamin C. This easy to make dish is ready in 25 minutes.
Leftover chicken bones are the beginning of a delicious broth. With a few simple veggies you can make a soup that is nourishing and tasty.
As the name suggests, Hot and Sticky Mongolian beef has an addictive balance of heat and sweet. It’s also packed full of iron which is an essential part of my nutrition plan to manage my mental health.
Butter Chicken is a great way to introduce children to curry because it’s so flavourful without intense heat.
When the proverbial hits the fan you need meals that can be prepared with as little time and effort as possible. Here are my top 3 go to ideas for dinner in a hurry.