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The Lunch-O-Matic formula is best executed as a flavorful salad because a big pile of leafy greens and vibrant raw vegetables are the perfect canvas to reinvent leftover grains and proteins. This approach ensures that you get plenty of fiber-full veggies, and you stay energized throughout the day. READ MORE > LUNCH-O-MATIC: REINVENTING LEFTOVERS FOR LUNCH PICK A PALETTE IN YOUR PANTRY Eating for color is a great reason to make extra leftovers, or to try new flavor combinations you might not think of off the bat.
Pick through your fridge and pantry, again hunting for all the colors of the rainbow. Puree one-day old bread into homemade breadcrumbs. Bread pudding.
Make croutons by cutting into cubes, tossing with olive oil and baking. Panzanella salad (pieces of cubed bread tossed with. Frittatas are silly easy to make, are great for any meal and can be a wonderful way to reinvent all kinds of leftovers! Meats and veggies are wonderful in frittatas and I’ve even used up leftover tomato sauce by putting it on top of a frittata and making it a pizza!
Oven: 400 degrees for 20-25 minutes until cooked through (internal temperature of 165 degrees) Instant Pot: 5 minutes manual pressure, then let naturally release for 10 minutes. If using frozen chicken breasts, set for 10 minutes manual pressure, then let naturally release for 10 minutes. Make big batches of key ingredients like proteins, grains and veggies one night so you can easily reinvent leftovers for lunch or dinner the following days.
Here are a few of our favorite ways to turn ingredients from one night’s dinner into easy new dishes the next day. Recipe: Grilled Veggie and Goat Cheese Wraps 7 Double Duty Dinners. Reinventing Meals.
Part One: Dairy. My menu was created practically right on the spot, from all the good stuff the kitchen staff gathered for me from the Hotel Dairy Kitchen, and in less than one hour, we served about 60 healthy portions of each item, all five dishes looking and tasting unbelievable. To excite the family’s tastebuds, make mealtimes easy and reduce food waste, all that’s needed is some leftover pasta and a few simply fab recipes. And voila!
Here are 11 deliciously easy ways to reinvent leftover spaghetti. 1. Spaghetti frittata. When you’ve got a family to feed, leftovers are key.
Not only can they help save you time in the kitchen, but it’s also great for your budget! Self-proclaimed master of reinventing leftovers, Stacie Lange, is a mother of five from Orlando, Florida, and knows a thing or two about feeding her kids leftovers — without them even realizing!Leftovers. Don’t forget about leftovers!
Leftovers from dinner out or at home from a night or two ago make for great lunch box additions. Planning Out Lunches. Just like meal planning for dinner, I recommend planning out kids’ lunches for the week too.
It makes your week less stressful and allows some additional variety in your child’s meals.
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