Panzanella, or bread salad, is a lovely Tuscan dish that makes use of stale bread. We opted for leftover croissants for this summery cucumber and strawberry Panzanella.
If you need a quick snack option, these potato croquettes are perfect. They’re fast, easy, and you can make use of any leftover meat you have from other meals.
We are back with another Sunday lunch leftovers meal to die for! Whether you had a roast or a braai this weekend, use up any leftovers you have in our meaty nachos! And if you just want nachos, feel free to cook up some protein just for the sake of them.
Forget eating boring old sarmies at your desk for lunch. Instead, use those leftovers to create fresher, healthier and even more delicious lunch box meals. Got leftover mince? Use it to make these moreish Mexican lettuce wraps!
Whether you have meat left over from today’s family roast or from your quick midweek cook, you can whip up this fried rice in a flash to ensure nothing goes to waste.
We love making these whenever we have leftover stir-fry. Our crispy Asian dumplings are a bite-sized taste surprise that you will go back for again and again.
This recipe is great for braais or the off-chance you’re feeling lazy in the kitchen – it’s both easy to whip up and a definite crowd-pleaser.
You could throw away your fruit and veggie scraps. Or, you could eat them. Seriously. They’re full of vitamins and fibre – and plenty of flavour too.
One thing we hate here at MyKitchen HQ is wasting food. So if you have made way too much mashed potato, we’ll come to your rescue with our homely, comforting bubble and squeak. And even if you don’t have any leftovers, whip some up to make this lovely family meal.
One of our favourite quick week-night meals is a store-bought rotisserie chicken and a couple of fresh salads. But even after our second helping we always seem to have leftover. We came up with this comforting Asian-style dish to use up that extra chicken.