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7 Tricks To Turn Left Overs Into New Recipes

Celebrity chef Zoe, shares a few useful kitchen tips to make sure all of those leftovers get used as other meals!Zoe Bingley-Pullin
In her new book, Zoe shares her recipes and stories born from a lifelong celebration of food. Featuring 80 recipes, you will find dishes for effortless entertaining, clever healthy twists on indulgences, child-friendly options to delight fussy little eaters and much more.
Each chapter closes with 2 meal plans and loving tips to help you on your journey to fall in love with food all over again.

Meal ideas to make the most of your leftovers:

  1. Shred leftover meat from a roasted chicken and turn into a pasta salad with a yoghurt and hummus dressing
  2. Dice turkey or leftover roast lamb and use to make a pilaf or stir-fry with quinoa
  3. Roast torn pieces of left-over bread and turn into a summery panzanella salad
  4. Toss cold roasted potatoes with boiled eggs, green beans, and olives for a light meal
  5. Combine leftover roasted vegetables with cooked quinoa and roast pork or salmon for a simple lunch or dinner
  6. Pickle/ferment left-over cucumber, carrot, radish etc or use in juices/smoothies
  7. Blend roasted vegetables with a dash of coconut milk and fresh herbs for a quick plant-based soup

By Zoe Bingley-Pullin –┬áNutritionist, Chef, Author, Presenter & Educator

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