This healthy Greek Salad uses up leftover chicken. Don’t be fooled by its name. It may be called “salad” but this is a main dish as it contains protein and lots of other nutricious ingredients.
Apple Strudel is a dessert which originated in Austria but is popular in other countries such as Germany, Hungary, etc. The word “strudel” in German literally means whirlpool and is named after the shape it takes when thin strudel dough encloses the sweet fruit filling, usually made with apples, sugar, raisins, nuts and cinnamon.
Kritharaki (orzo) is the Greek word for barley, which is named after its shape, although it looks more like rice. I love it as an alternative to larger pasta to make colourful and healthy salads.
Kotopita tou Kynigou , which means Hunter’s Pie, is an easy pie recipe made with leftovers from pollo cacciatore.
Lamb Exohiko (country style) is a dish which comes from Roumeli, usually made using leftover lamb, vegetables and cheese, wrapped in a parcel and baked. It can be wrapped in parchment paper or phyllo.
These vegan chickpea burgers are packed with spices and herbs, very healthy and seriously satisfying !
The economic crisis in Greece is making us find new ways to save some money and one of it is finding creative ways to make good use of our leftovers. Psomotyri (ψωμοτύρι) in Greek means bread and cheese and Tyropita (τυρόπιτα) is a pie made with cheese. Psomotyri, used to be a staple food decades…
These Turkey Ravioli are made with homemade phyllo, stuffed with leftover roasted turkey, mashed potatoes, cheese and other ingredients.
Whether you have leftovers from your Christmas roasted turkey or extra leftover roasted chicken to use, this delicious turkey carbonara (or chicken) and pasta pie is a lovely way to use your leftovers without having to eat the same food for three days.
This easy Cherry Pit Liqueur is made using the leftover pits of cherries and leftover syrup from a cherry preserve.
I am a sucker when it comes to using anything leftover, unless I am sure that there is no other use of it!