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Monday, November 14, 2011

Dinner Redux - Giveaway 3 $100 AMEX Giftcards!


As a Ragu Mom's The Word on Dinner ambassador I was asked about my utilization of leftovers but instead of leftovers I like to call it lunch/dinner redux! In the photo above I used a piece of salmon that I'd cooked the night before in my lunch salad. It was amazing and I enjoyed it. Since my son doesn't really like to eat salmon outright, I made muffins with the remaining salmon, froze them and reheated when my son wanted one. Sneaky way for me to get him to eat protein but no food goes to waste!


I want to hear about your favorite meal "redux" using leftovers. Ragú is sponsoring a giveaway of 3 $100 Amex giftcards just in time for the holidays! Leave a comment with your meal and be entered to win!!!!


Contest open until Friday, November 25th at 10PM EST. 





164 comments:

Keri Herndon-Brown said...

I like to make a roast chicken then I can make Chicken Queso Soup or Quesadillas. Or beef chili then turn it into spaghetti sauce. Ok now I'm hungry LOL

Kecia said...

I like to make spaghetti for dinner, and since we always have a ton, I place some of the leftovers under a piece of baked chicken and melted mozzarella for Chicken Parmesan the next day.

Sojourner Marable Grimmett said...

I make pancakes on Saturday mornings and have enough for Sunday. The boys think I'm the best for making pancakes two days in a row!

Mami2jcn said...

My husband says that my lasagna with turkey meat is even better the 2nd time around. I always make a lot so that there are plenty of leftovers for the next day.

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Rosa said...

When I bake chicken, I will save the breast to make chicken salad. I also make meatloaf and I can get several meals which I serve with rice, pasta or mash potatoes.

Karen said...

When I make roasted chicken, I use the leftovers to make a gluten free pasta salad. Just toss together your favorite gluten free pasts, chopped bell pepper, chopped onion, the chopped up cooked chicken, and some mayo--it is delicious and makes a great lunch or dinner.

Carolyn said...

When I have leftover leg of lamb, I dice it up and make an old family barbecue sauce recipe. The lamb goes into the barbecue sauce and it's to die for!

JC said...

I love leftover chicken/turkey. I use them to make chicken veggie wrap, add a bit of curry sauce and served with miso soup. Voila.

Stesha said...

Well I'll share a Thanksgiving redux: All leftover turkey is used to make turkey salad and sandwiches. Yummy!

Hugs and Mocha,
Stesha

Ari said...

I love to use leftover chicken or turkey to make chicken pot pie! The leftover chicken/turkey is already well seasoned and adds even more flavor to the pie.

Janine said...

Yummy Salmon!
I love taking the food that is leftover from a recipe (half a can of diced tomatoes, half a can of beans, leftover corn) and combining them to make a hearty side dish!

Fresh Mommy said...

Mine is a super simple one... but when we make healthy burritos or tacos... I save the leftovers and scramble eggs for breakfast burritos the next day!

Kimberly/Foodie City Mom said...

I use leftover chicken to make Romaine wraps for lunch the next day (for me) and chicken salad (for the boys).

sohamolina said...

I'd like to turn a taco night into taco salad lunch for me the next day.

Meghan @JaMonkey said...

I like making my previous dinners into soup. If I have chicken I will shred it and make Mexican tortilla soup with avocados and cilantro.

Jennae said...

Whenever I make spaghetti and turkey meat sauce, I always cook a little more meat than we need. Then the next day, we put the leftover meat in tortilla wraps or on top of nachos with lettuce tomatoes, cheese, sour cream and all the extras. Saves me a lot of work, and everybody loves being able to choose what goes on their burrito or nachos. Win-win!

Keonte' Smith said...

Being the Maryland girl that I am, crabs are a huge part of the cuisine in most areas. We like to order crabs by the dozen. If there are more left, I like to make crab soup or pick the meat to make a crab cake. Believe me, crabs never go to waste.

MushyMamma(Daphne) said...

I make a whole roaster chicken one night and then bring it back to the old school and shred/chop the remainder to make the family chicken pot pies

~Daphne
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AubreyLaine said...

We love leftover chili!
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DEBIJOT said...

When we have pork roast on Sunday, we will have pork sandwiches the next day for lunch and bar-b-que for dinner.

Sheliza said...

We like to take leftover chicken or turkey and make soup with lots of beans and veggies!

Krystyn said...

I like to take left over taco meat and either make taco lasagna or like a 7 layer bean dip!

Thanks for the great giveaway.

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Lynda Del. said...

I use whatever cut of meat or fish left over and normally make sammies out of them or cut them up and add them to a salad or into a wrap.
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Mammamayor said...

I use left over chicken and veggies to make a potpie or quesdillas ,thank you
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Mandi @ It'scome2this said...

We hae chicken casserole one night and salad te next!

Margaret said...

I made a faux sheperd's pie with some leftover meatloaf. I put the meatloaf on the bottom of the pan, topped that with some drained kidney beans, next mashed potatos, mixed it a little then added some cheddar cheese. Topped it all off with a biscuit crust! YUMMY!!!

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Baby Shopaholic said...

My redux is pretty simple. I bake chicken breast, eat it alone on the 1st day then I make salads, sandwiches and pasta with the rest.

Dawn Camp said...

We eat with friends at Moe's one night a week. When we leave the employees always give us a bag of chips to go. We eat them the next day for lunch either with melted cheddar cheese on top or with queso dip.

Kirsten said...

My favorite is having leftover baked/roasted chicken and being able to shred it and make either chicken burritos or chicken quesadillas. So easy and so yummy.

TMB @ RACING WITH BABES said...

I always make a black bean corn chili that we eat with cheese and avocado the first night. Then we have it over quinoa or rice for lunch the next day or mixed in a omelet. It's just as good days later.

Kathy said...

My favorite leftover meal is chicken sandwiches from the night before baked chicken on toasted bread with lettuce, tomato, and mayo! AND if I make pico de gallo, I use it ALL WEEK!

The Fam said...

I like to reuse a rotisserie chicken: chicken pizza, chicken/spinach pasta, and chicken burritos!!

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*Tanyetta* said...

always leftover spaghetti with melted cheese on top! DELISH! please, count me in for a chance to win! Thank you.

siilenti said...

Left over pork chops into a pork chop sandwich, yummm!

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Mommy Mo said...

My favorite is taking leftover roasted chicken and using it for enchiladas (my kids' favorite), quesadillas, tostadas, or BBQ sandwiches!

Mark G. said...

I love baking an entire pan of lasagna and reheating slices every day. I always serve it with a new and exciting side such as asparagus, a vibrant salad, or ... cheesecake! My email address is ifindbargains at gmail dot com

Sarah said...

I like to bake a whole chicken and then use leftovers to make chicken salad and in the fall and winter months chicken noodle soup. :)

Dee said...

I use the leftover chicken for sandwiches the next day for lunch :)

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chris said...

i use leftover turkey from thanksgiving for sandwiches, soups, salads, anything i can think of!

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gretablau said...

Pasta with leftover veggies!! Nom.

KatrinaME said...

It's just me, but I can't seem to cook for just one. When I make meatloaf, I break down the leftover and fry it with yellow rice and veggie medley. With a side of cornbread. SWEET!

Amber said...

I love the holidays because it gives me a whole turkey to use the meat of for dinner throughout the week. I make turkey casserole with leftovers, also turkey sandwiches, turkey seasoned with taco seasoning makes a great filler for tacos also~ :)
Thanks!

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Mark Anthony Dyson said...

This salmon looks delicious. I always make it on a George Foreman grill, without pressing it down so it doesn't remove the juices from it.

Katharina said...

My favorite redux for chicken is either BBQ Chicken Pizza with the breast meat or sometimes chicken noodle soup.
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psnyder said...

Love to save leftover ham & ham bone to make ham & beans & cornbread!! YUMMY!! grammypenny@frontier.com

jemscout425 said...

I love making turkey noodle soup after the holidays

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amanda mclemore said...

With the left ham from Thanksgiving we make hame sandwhices:)

carolpie said...

I used my leftover turkey (we had relatives come early so had Thanksgiving Sunday) for crustless quiche last night. I sauted onion in butter, added eggs, some half and half, thyme, chopped up turkey and poured it into a tarte pan. Topped it with fresh tomatoes. Hubby added cheese but I ate mine like that. I also made turkey patties the day before.
I also saved the turkey bones in the freezer and that will become a delicious turkey soup. Can't let that go to waste!
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carol.

dddiva said...

We do the salad thing too- fave is leftover steak, mushrooms & onions on baby spinach w/blue cheese vinaigrette. YUM.
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Jessica said...

I cook chicken on the weekends and cut it up and put it in tupperware in the fridge and we use it all week for taco or salad.

moepuns said...

I like leftover tofurkey sandwiches!

Kathleen Conner said...

When I make mashed potatoes, I make a large amount. The next day, I add onions and shape them into patties and fry them. My mashed potato pancakes are great for breakfast and lunch.

McKim said...

When I fix a beef roast I slice any leftovers and make French dip sandwiches with it.

dadunn said...

We make chichen salad after we with chicken leftovers

diego said...

We cook the turkey bones and make great homemade turkey soup

JACLYN said...

Mine is probably too simple,lol. I'm save leftover noodles we had and reheat them the next day with more Ragu sauce. Then we just add some garlic bread. I think the noodles taste better reheated the next day anyway. :)
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07violet said...

we seem to have leftover rice a lot and just add it to soup

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slb3334 said...

We are having hot turkey sandwiches with the leftover turkey from yesterday.

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Cindy said...

Chicken Fricassee is one of my all time favorites. I use the left over turkey to substitute for the chicken. A great dish for cold weather.
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Diane W said...

I simmer all the turkey bones with veggies for hours to make a super rich stock. I pick all the meat from the bones and end up with a stock with meat that can be used for chicken and noodles turkey pie, or turkey soups.

Peace Love and Pets said...

My favorite leftovers are Turkey since I can do so much with it. We have hot open-faced sandwiches one time, I make a turkey rice soup with some and of course there is Turkey casserole and cold turkey sandwiches with cranberry and stuffing

Cheap4kids said...

I love making a whole chicken as a meal one day then on the next day take half the leftover chicken and corn if we made a side dish and make chicken and corn quesdillas and then on another day take what is left of the chicken and make chicken pananis or chicken salad sandwiches.
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js22 said...

After we've had a dinner of turkey or chicken, I pull the rest of the meat off the bone, cube it and make turkey or chicken salad with it, adding chopped celery, some pickle relish and mayonnaise! Makes for great lunches- either on a bed of lettuce, or on a roll or bread as a sandwich.
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Its Just Me said...

My favorite is making leftover turkey salad. :)

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Angela Cisco said...

Today I am making turkey salad sandwiches with left over turkey from Thanksgiving. I use chopped turkey, mango chutney that has been ground up in the food processor, Mayo, diced Green pepper and fresh cracked peppercorn.

I serve it on a crescent with Havarti cheese and romaine lettuce.

luckysunset said...

Whenever I bake or broil chicken or meat, I freeze the pan drippings. Then when I want to make a hearty vegetable soup, I have a great stock base.

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tlcfromtn said...

I take the left over meat and potatoes from cooking a roast and make hash.

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mar said...

Leftover meat I use as a filling for taco shells. I just add onion, tomatoes and cheese and it makes a great meal.

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Mel W said...

I made turkey sandwiches with cranberry sauce as a lunch meal for after thanksgiving!

Barbarawr said...

As soon as Thanksgiving "dinner" is over (we have the big meal at lunchtime), I put the turkey carcass in a dutch oven and start working on turkey soup for the night-time meal.

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kal said...

My grandma used to make turkey tetrazzini, so we follow that tradition the day after Thanksgiving. Thanks!

Beth said...

Credit to my mom for the best use of leftover turkey I've found. She's from Louisiana and can make some kickass southern dishes. One of my favorites when growing up was her gumbo. Every year after Thanksgiving not only did we get delicious turkey sandwiches, she also set aside leftover turkey to combine with sausage, rice and other goodies to make the best gumbo I've ever eaten!

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amp said...

I like to make a whole roast chicken so there are leftovers for sandwiches, pulled chicken BBQ, chicken tetrazzini and also soup with the carcuss.


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Sue C. said...

I like to bake a few extra chicken breasts and use the left overs for chicken enchiladas, Asian Chicken Salad, or chicken salad sandwiches.

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mom2gabnnat said...

I am using leftover turkey to put in a cheesy potato casserole. I use leftover ham to make potato soup and add in any other leftover plain veggies.

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diesel51 said...

I use rice and left over meat, heat and melt cheese on it. Serve with a roll , salad and drink.

Susan Audrey said...

I use leftover meat (any kind - turkey, chicken, beef, pork) and I shred it and make "hash" with onions and spices. Goes great with potatoes or pasta, and it's a quick meal for the next day's lunch or dinner.

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Brenda Gaines said...

i like to use leftover chilli for chilli cheese fries, hotdogs and burgers.

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peg42 said...

I love to make stomboli's using leftover's. Add some Ragu sauce, some store bread pizza dough, some mozzarella and everyone loves this.
Thanks so much.
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Rebecca Graham said...

I make turkey pot pies and turkey wraps with left over turkey. I used left over chicken to make chicken spaghetti.

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Lacy T. said...

Can't let any veggies go to waste. If I have any left over from dinner I throw a can of tuna in it for lunch the next day, with crackers or wrapped in a tortilla.
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jlmk said...

I like to make a tetrazini with the leftover turkey.

dawns41 said...

When I have left over turkey I always make Turkey Wild Rice Soup and Turkey Salad.
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Sunnyvale said...

leftover roast chidken is great for chicken enchiladas

wallindeb said...

I have leftover turkey. I am making turkey ala king---turkey, hard boiled eggs, and a white sauce put on toast.
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mkjmc said...

I use the leftover turkey, vegetables and maybe a packagoe of frozen mixed ones, the gravy and broth, mix together and add biscuits to the top for a pot pie~
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Anonymous said...

I make a pot roast and have
carrots and potatoes one day
the next day I make vegetable
beef soup.
Thanks Cathy Truman
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MANDY83 said...

When we have a chicken or turkey dinner we take the leftovers and make turkey/chicken salad sandwiches with mayo, so good!

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Debbie C said...

With meatloaf leftovers I make a sub sandwich with Ragu Sauce and melted mozzarella cheese. I think it's actually more popular than the meatloaf!

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Mosaic317 said...

On Sundays I will roast a chicken. The leftovers can made into chicken salad for lunches and chicken enchilada's for the next evening's supper.

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eek031880@hotmail.com said...

I use left over eggs that we hardboil for easter to make egg salad.

Sarah said...

Since I was a kid, it was called "crap, crud and garbage"...not as bad as it sounds (and it was the only time us kids were allowed to say "crap" so we really enjoyed it). Whatever was left over got thrown in with some pasta and sauce.

guettel78 said...

I love to use leftover meatloaf to make a delicious Shepherd's Pie the next day. I crumble up the meatloaf and put it in a casserole dish, stir in a can of cream of mushroom soup and half a cup of milk, add a layer of carrots, celery, and onions, and top with mashed potatoes. Thanks!

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jsc123 said...

I love using leftover turkey, egg noodles and Ragu Cheesy Alfredo Sauce to make turkey alfredo for dinner.

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Ruth said...

I use leftover turkey to make Turkey Noodle Casserole!

sottovoce said...

My favorite after Thanksgiving meal is Turkey Curry and rice...it is delicious.
:-) Thank you.
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J. Cannon said...

I use leftover turkey to make turkey tacos or turkey taco salad!
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ninamcclain93 said...

my favorite is using left over chicken. my mom uses left overs to make fajetas. if we have leftovers of that, she makes casadeas.

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Amber said...

My favorite meal redux is using leftover sweet potatoes and cornbread to make a delicious cornbread sweet potato casserole - I throw in some fresh brussels sprouts and jalepenos!
Thank you for the giveaway :)
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Emilie said...

I turn almost any roasted bird into soup -- I love it and can freeze it!! Veggies, noodles or rice, it is wonderful in the winter..

Carolyn said...

Oh- all the turkey today! We always make a big pot of turkey and rice soup using the leftover crudite veggies, turkey and any leftover green beans thrown in at the last minute so as not to overcook. Freeze it. With the rest of the turkey- I'll make turkey with pajamas on- our version of chicken parm. Using a pre-made sauce like Ragu makes this a quick meal. Pop some garlic bread in the oven (seconds to make- or buy it pre-made), boil some pasta, and throw together a salad.
thanks for the giveaway.
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Anonymous said...

I'm not a cook so good ole pasta and ragu works best .
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mail4rosey said...

My favorite redux meal is mashed potatoes turned into potato pancakes the next morning. It's easy and the kids love it.

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Caryn said...

If I make shredded salsa chicken for tacos, we always use the leftovers for enchiladas or to top nachos. Same can be done with leftover taco meat.

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BowieTip said...

I use leftover Thanksgiving turkey for turkey tacos, with plenty of cheese and hot sauce.Ole!

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Kia89 said...

I use leftover turkey to make sandwiches and salads.
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stangmangt said...

I like leftover turkey sandwiches with mayo and mustard.

Raleah said...

when we have leftover tacos, I like to make taco salad.

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elangomatt said...

It isn't a Thanksgiving redux, but I actually like leftovers after St Patrick's Day better than the meal itself. My mom usually takes leftover corned beef, cabbage, potatos, and carrots and chops it all up and then fries it to get some crust on it. Corned beef hash!!

~*~lilshuga2001~*~ said...

i make quesadillas or burritos :)

TeddyBearMJG said...

I make an amazing sweat potato pie. It is quick delicious.
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Tammy said...

Toss left over chicken or turkey with pasta and ragu!

ljsfunone said...

I love to take leftover turkey or chicken to make quesadilla's! Add lots of cheese, tortilla's and salsa and you have a yummy second meal! :)

Erica C. said...

I just love leftover turkey sandwiches.
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kendra22 said...

turkey mixed with BBQ sauce, heated and put cheese on a tortilla, put it all in and wrap it up
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h. mcnaron said...

I like to make home made hummus, but sometimes it doesn't all get eaten right away. I use it to make a nice ginger hummus dressing for salad when I have a lot left over. Works great!

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susan1215 said...

When I make baked chicken breasts I save the leftovers for tacos or enchiladas

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Kathy said...

I will be slicing my cold turkey and making turkey sandwiches.

Lim said...

My turkey will turn into turkey noodle soup. YUM!

babytrees said...

turkey tetrazinni

chicken enchilada casserole

beefy noodles

(Can you tell I love making redux suppers?)

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crystalf said...

We never really have leftovers except for ham or turkey after Thanksgiving. We usually just make sandwhiches with what we have left over. We do sometimes use the hame to make omelets. thank you!
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kathy pease said...

my favorite meal for leftover turkey is turkey soup i boil yje broth add chopped turkey,carrots,onions,celery,egg noodles and spices

Morgan E. said...

I like to have grilled chicken breasts and rice. When I do, I save the leftover chicken and make chicken tacos the next night! So easy and yummy!

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aliasr2 said...

We love crab legs, but no one in my family is crazy about messing with the knuckle, so we eat the crab legs and then later I clean out the knuckles, freeze it and use it in recipes I would normally use canned crab, like crab rangoon which is one of our fav appetizers.

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John Billiris said...

My favorite meal redux
is making turkey salad (like chicken-salad), out of the holiday turkey

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barbara.montyj said...

I'll make fajita chicken and freeze some.
Some of it I'll add to leftover veggies or soup.
Then grab a loaf of French bread - use the leftovers for bread pudding!
Use up all of my leftovers.
Thank you.

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bayctygrl said...

When I make any kind of chicken the next day I like to use the leftovers in a huge Cesar like salad. Or cut up the chicken and make chicken tacos

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loni said...

I love taking ham and making into a veggie and ham stew the next day


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daveshir2005 said...

Whenever I bake chicken, we usually will have chicken chili the next night or I might make chicken salad sandwiches for lunch.

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tabbah said...

I like to "redux" leftover turkey in my omelette in the morning.

joeybenavides said...

My favorite meal would have to be turkey salad sandwiches...

Giant Sis said...

I like to take leftover meatloaf and make meatloaf sliders! Delicious!
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EmmaPeel said...

When we make chili we make a whole big Kettle, the leftover is great over a big mound of buttered rice.
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yinyang160@aol.com said...

I love to use leftover chicken the next day to make chiken salad.

ky2here said...

I've already ran the leftover turkey through the food processor and frozen it. I'll make turkey salad with fresh celery, wasabi mayo and boiled eggs. Good times!

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jules said...

when i have roast chicken, i save the leftovers and make chicken salad

Anitra said...

Its pretty simple over here--grilled chicken breast one night is chicken salad or sandwiches the next

kelley said...

I like chicken spectacular! Its great. It has chicken, cheese, green beans, rice ,water chestnuts, and pimentos! So tasty!

dvice12 said...

We take leftover cheese, rice, beans and veggies and make a taco casserole

Atreau said...

I save the turkey carcass from Thanksgiving and the next day boil it with some water. Skim the bones out then add all the leftovers into a soup along with a mirepoix. Cook it down for several hours and its ready by dinner.

Gianna said...

One night I make meatloaf.. the next night I cut up leftover meatloaf into 1 inch cubes. I mix with tomato sauce and serve over spaghetti or baked in the oven with rigatoni and cheese. Serve with parmesan cheese and cheesy garlic bread.

Rachel H said...

I love making a turkey casserole from the leftover stuffing, turkey, green bean casserole, and veggie platter. It comes together so wonderfully...a family fave!!!

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mrs.mommyy said...

turkey then turkey tacos, turkey chilis

Tonya said...

Leftovers are not popular in my house. I take the leftover turkey & mashed potatoes, saute with onion, cheese & herbs and make quesadillas for lunch the next day.

ellie said...

Whenever we have a ham , like yesterday for Thanksgiving, I use the leftovers and the bone to flavor a big pot of red beans. It's the best seasoning and makes for a great dinner redux.
Thanks for the giveaway!
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charity/ccboobooy said...

I use leftover barbecue chicken to make a casserole. I just take the chicken off the bone and mix it with potatoes, carrots, celery, and cheese.

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clc408 said...

I like to use leftover roast chicken in pasta salad.

Swtlilchick said...

We love turkey and it is so healthy.
After we are done with the turkey I
make TURKEY POT PIE:
2 cups of cooked turkey cut or torn into bite size pieces
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 can veg-all (drained)
1 package refridgerated pie crusts

Turn oven to 375. Place pie crust in bottom of pie dish. Mix together all the other ingredients and place in pie dish. Cover with the remaining pie crust. Put two slits in the top and bake for about 40 minutes (until pie crust starts to brown)

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Nicole Larsen said...

I use all the leftover turkey from Thanksgiving for either turkey soup or turkey pot pies---my hubby just discovered how to make homemade pot pies so we are looking forward to using the leftover turkey for some turkey pot pies tomorrow!

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dlhaley said...

I like to make a whole chicken or turkey for dinner. Then the next day I take the leftovers and make soup.

Chip said...

I use our leftover taco meat and combine it with some refried beans, cheese and salsa and make quesadillas with them.
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Anonymous said...

I like to put a pork loin in the slow-cooker all day with bbq sauce. Any leftovers are shredded and either made into a sandwich or top my bbq salad.
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skkorman said...

Whenever I make a roast chicken and have leftovers, the next day I'll make chicken wraps with lettuce, tomato, and pickles—YUM!

vegan4life said...

leftover chili ty.
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liliesrnice said...

I like to make turkey broccoli rice casserole with thanksgiving leftovers.

jzagarjr said...

I use leftover turkey to make pot pie

barblong said...

My favorite meal I make using leftover mashed potatoes is Potato Croquettes with a side of sour cream for breakfast. Soooo good!

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*~Dani~* said...

Whenever we make tacos, I keep some of the meat to make a 7 layer dip the next day. I think that is my favorite part of taco night - the next day!

susie said...

I like to use Ragu spaghetti sauce when I have meatballs and spaghetti. It always gets rave reviews! Thanks Ragu!

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tom343 said...

Ziti and meat balls, always good the next day

Heather M said...

I use the leftover turkey and make turkey noodle soup and also turkey tetrazzini

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tiffany.hoyt said...

I like to bake a whole chicken, then use whats left to make soup.

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Anonymous said...

Nothing fancy, just use the turkey carcass and bones to make a good soup!
Liza
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