Hi guys, and welcome to another Luke Loves Christmas post.
Picture the scene if you can. Christmas Day is over and done with, and you have way too much food left over. Well, today’s post, will help you turn those leftovers, into something you actually want to eat.
I have three amazing recipes for you. I say recipes, all you really have to do, is throw a few things together.
Let me begin.
The first one, is my Leftovers Pizza.
Pizza has to be one of my favourite things in the world. As a matter of fact, i’m convinced I was Italian in a previous life. But that’s for another post. This one is really easy, all you need is a cheese pizza.
First, take your pizza out of its packaging, and place on a baking tray. Then, just get your leftovers, and place them on top of your pizza.
Remember to evenly coat your pizza, that way you get flavour in every bite. Then just cook it as normal.
Next up, Soup.
Soup is a great winter warmer. It gives you that full feeling, without being too heavy. Plus, you only need one pot.
Firstly, fill a saucepan two thirds of the way up with chicken stock. Next, chop all of your leftovers into small bite sized peices, and add them to the stock. If it looks a bit stodgy, just add a little bit of water. Leave to simmer for about 10 to 15 minutes, or until it all looks cooked. This is one of those eye ball dishes, you’ll know when it’s done. Once done, serve in a very deep bowl with a slice of thick crusty bread.
The third and final one is my Christmas Panini.
Firstly, take one large bread roll, and chop it in half. Next, smother the bread in tomato puree, you could also use cranberry sauce. Next sprinkle the bread with your favourite cheese, and lightly toast. Next, add your leftovers on top of the cheese.. Put the sandwich back together, and lightly toast again. It’s just to keep it all together as you eat it. You could serve it with a nice crispy salad. It kind of counteracts all that cheese.
There you have it. Three quick and easy recipes that make you actually want to eat turkey again.
If you do end up making these, please take a picture and tag me on Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #LukeLovsChristmas. That way I can share all of your beautiful pictures.
Thank you very much for reading, and have a very Merry Christmas.
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