One of the best things about Christmas is the glorious food!
Turkey, ham, prawns, roasted veggies, mince pies, pavlova… Who else is salivating?
Of course, because Christmas food is so decadently good, we all tend to make way too much; meaning we’re all forced to eat leftovers from Boxing Day right up until New Year’s Eve…
But leftovers don’t have to be boring or exact replications of the meals you made on Christmas Day.
Read on to discover four exciting ways you can use your Christmas leftovers.
Ham and Cheese Toastie
Create the ultimate toastie by using up your leftover Christmas ham and adding the magic secret ingredient – a fresh pineapple relish.
Roast Vegetable Quiche
Did you end up with an abundance of roasted veggies after Christmas? If so, they won’t go to waste thanks to this simple – yet decadently delicious – quiche.
Pork and Noodle Spring Rolls
These spring rolls are a seriously tasty way to use up leftover pork. And – even better for those with post-Christmas kitchen labour fatigue – they’re quick and easy to make.
You may have some leftover custard from your Christmas pudding. Or perhaps you have heaps of fresh fruit that just wouldn’t fit on your pavlova. Never fear, this scrumptious panettone trifle is the answer.