Got some left over turkey? Use it to make this quick filo pastry pie #Leanin15 and get back on board the lean train Knob of butter Leek Mushrooms Cooked turkey 250ml of chicken stock One tablespoon of corn flour mixed into some water 100ml double cream Fresh rosemary Salt and pepper Spinach filo pastry Bang it in the oven for 15-20 mins on 190degrees c Enjoy
Afternoon loverly people. #recipeoftheday is a beautiful veggie Christmas curry! Something a little bit different but if your wanna show-off with a veggie dishes this year this is the one to have. Hit the link in my profile for the recipe. #JamieOliver #christmas #vegan #vegetarian by jamieoliver
This easy chicken soup recipe is a great quick healthy meal to put together if you don't have the luxury of left over chicken lying about. It's made from just one chicken breast, leek, onion, rice and stock. It's as simple as that. It tastes absolutely delicious and its only 234 calories per serving!
This is a great chilled dessert to feed a crowd, and impress them too. Often egg yolks are left over after making meringue, but here they’re used to make lemon curd and to give a luxurious filling. This recipe makes more lemon curd than you need to fill the roulade. The extra can be stored in a jar, and given as a homemade Easter present. Equipment: You will need an electric mixer.
This is a cracker of a salad! Fresh, crunchy, satisfying with a deliciously sweet/sour/zingy/crazy dressing that will quickly become your new obsession. I used my spirilizer to get the pad thai “noodley” effect, but you could just as easily use a veggie peeler to make ribbons instead. I added left-over roast chicken to mine, but... Read more
EASY HARISSA VEGGIE BOWL February 1, 2016 By Jo Anderson 2 Comments So Corey and I may have eaten this harissa veggie bowl 8 nights in a row. Its that good. We have been eating more vegetarian meals lately and we seriously need to expand our repertoire so when I can’t think of what to make I revert to this. In fact I have the veggies in the oven roasting as I type this. Its a great way to use up the left overs in your fridge before market day because you can make it with anything really…
An easy solution to use those left over pieces from old candles! Melt them and combine them together to make new wax candles you can use. Great upcycle for the winter and holiday season: http://www.ehow.com/how_7709554_melt-candles-make-new-candles.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage