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What is your favorite dish made from leftovers of a different dish?

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  • JGo37
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    I have two:

    - Creole Sausage Soup made from Smoked Sausage, Red Beans and Rice. Add the leftovers to vegetable stock, stewed tomatoes and cabbage. Season appropriately or spice it up to hit Cajun levels.

    - Asian Pacific Boston Lettuce Beef Wraps. Slice the beef thin and add to it to wraps with julienne carrot, sautéed red onion and jalapeños, with a hot briefly simmered fish sauce. Add toasted sesame seeds and a dash of sesame oil too.

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  • mgaretz
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    Hash from almost if not all leftover meat.

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  • Cheef
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    Left over mashed potatoes into potato pancakes.

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  • Cheef
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    We grind into ham salad also. I do love ham salad.

  • Skip
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    Almost anything as long as we don't have to eat it more than a few times. Lots of proteins make really good sandwiches & salads and some are good for omelets or pizza with peppers& onions. We just plan on eating leftovers after a big cook.

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  • SmokeyNate
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    Hard to narrow this down but fried meatloaf sandwiches with leftover meatloaf or nachos with either brisket or pulled pork are hard to beat!

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  • JCGrill
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    Probably 1/3 of what I cook falls in this category. Lots of good options above. One of my favorites is fried rice. Take leftover rice and whatever leftover protein you have. I always keep some frozen mixed veggies in the freezer. Add a scrambled egg, some fish sauce and soy sauce, and you have dinner!

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  • jumbo7676
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    My go to with most leftover meat is quesadillas because it's super easy and my kids will eat them. But my favorite meal I've made with leftovers was this one:
    https://pitmaster.amazingribs.com/fo...shepherd-s-pie

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  • theroc
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    Hash from leftover smoked roast beef.

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  • DiverDriver
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    In the winter anything left over potpie. In the summer anything leftover is ground and made into spread.

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  • TripleB
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    We do a lot of left overs. One of my favorites, though we don't get to do it very often, is beef stroganoff with left over tri-tip. Leftover TT usually gets made into tacos.

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  • TripleB
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    Oh yeah!! Just the other night we did tacos with left over tri-tip, tomahawk ribeye and BBQ spareribs. One of the best meals we've had in awhile. Everything was devoured.

  • ecowper
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    Beef barley soup made from leftover rib roast and gravy :-)

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  • ofelles
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    58limited I sometimes sub tuna for the turkey 👍 Not leftovers but good anyway

  • xaugievike
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    Pulled pork nachos using a queso recipe for the cheese. next up at some point in this stay-home will be a Tot-chos version.

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