Save time and reduce food waste with this quick and easy shepherd’s pie recipe that uses nothing but leftovers.
Vegetable stock is useful for a multitude of dishes. This stock is made from veggie scraps – it’s almost free and it’s easy in the slow cooker.
Save money on the groceries by stretching your Sunday night’s roast into Monday’s chicken and bean burritos. These burritos are super easy to make and are so tasty the whole family will love them. On the table in under 15 minutes, these burritos make a great weeknight meal.
It’s the end of the shopping week and you have a few sad looking bits and bobs rolling around at the bottom of the crisper. Give them a new life and clear out your fridge (clearing out leftover creams, cheeses and cooked meats at the same time) ready for new produce with this delicious roast vegetable frittata.
The third article in the series on getting the most value from the food you buy – in this case a shoulder of pork. Today’s post is how to refashion the leftovers of the slow cooked pork shoulder.
Looking for ideas on how to use leftover cooked vegetables? Here’s an old-fashioned favourite – bubble and squeak. Great for lunch or have with an egg for breakfast to get in your five serves of veg a day!
chicken and pea pasta sauce