Leftover foods? Don't throw them! Here are some tips on how
to make use of those leftover foods...
To heat leftover tortillas, grease a skillet lightly with oil and place over medium heat. Dip tortillas in water and quickly steam-sauté them on both sides.
Combine leftover mashed potatoes with chopped onion and shredded cheese, then bake. Tastes like twice-baked potatoes without the work!
Leftover spaghetti noodles? Add diced raw vegetables and enough bottled Italian dressing to coat for
an easy and refreshing salad!
Form balls of leftover mashed potatoes around cubes of cheese, roll in Parmesan cheese or crumbs and broil until golden brown. Yummy!
To freshen stale rolls, seal in a paper bag, sprinkle the bag with water, and heat 10 to 15 minutes at
Keep special carafes handy for red and white wines left over from the dinner table. When you've collected enough, use in sauces and salad dressings.
Cool leftover French toast, then freeze it in single layers. Store in self-sealing plastic bags. Pop in your toaster to reheat.
Leftover spaghetti noodles make a wonderful addition to any stir-fry dish. Stir-fry noodles in 2 tablespoons hot oil for a few minutes; remove and set aside. Prepare your stir-fry and stir in the "fried" noodles last.
You can use potato cooking water as the liquid in making bread it's a great flavor
To make leftover fruit pie taste "just-baked," wrap in foil and warm 10 minutes in a 350°F (180°C) oven.
For the ultimate turkey sandwich, place leftover sliced turkey breast, a heaping spoonful of stuffing and a slathering of tart cranberry sauce between two slices of your favorite bread.