Lively Leftovers

Using Leftover Vegetables

To use up leftover mixed vegetables, combine 1 cup veggies with a can of cream of chicken soup. Add milk and heat through for a delicious thick soup. —Fran S., Tustin, California

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Using Up Leftover Corn

“My son’s favorite dish starts with leftover corn,” remarks Linda K. of Perry, Kansas. “Beat an egg and add corn and flour to make a thick batter. Drop by spoonfuls into hot oil in a skillet. Fry…

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Using Your Noodle

“I heat leftover spaghetti in butter with onions, mushrooms or green pepper, then add beaten eggs and cook until they’re set,” notes Debbie Wolfe of Taylor, Michigan. “My mother made this hearty…

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Vegetable Chicken Noodle Soup

“To round out the taste and nutrition of canned chicken noodle soup, add some mixed frozen vegetables and heat through,” suggests Kim Tullock of West Olive, Michigan. “Top servings with a pinch of…

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Vegetable Surprise

Mary S. of York, Pennsylvania recommends draining leftover vegetables well and adding them to an omelet along with a bit of shredded cheese.

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Veggie Rice Skillet

My wife and I enjoy medleys of steamed vegetables, such as onion, peppers, zucchini, squash and broccoli, but we frequently have leftovers. I combine them with some cooked rice and a can of diced…

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Veggies Revisited

"For a tasty marinated vegetable salad, I combine leftover cooked veggies such as broccoli, green beans, squash and carrots. I add a minced garlic clove, a sliced onion, 1/2 teaspoon Italian…

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Versatile Meat Loaf

Meat loaf is one of my favorite leftovers because it’s so handy. I often make more than what we will eat so I can freeze the leftovers. I crumble it up to use in spaghetti, chili, tacos, soup and…

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Warming Leftovers

Warming holiday leftovers once meant using more pots and pans than the original meal required. Now I bundle poultry and each side dish in separate pieces of aluminum foil. I place the bundles on a…

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What to Do with Extra Pasta

When I make more pasta than my husband and I can eat, I freeze the leftovers. It’s simple to put the frozen pasta in boiling water for just a few minutes to heat through. —Sandy L., Butler,…

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