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A delicious take on Ribollita, a hearty Tuscan stew. This is a great way of using up veg, and you can even throw in a handful of stale bread at the end of cooking if you like, or simply serve with bread.
Bubble and Squeak is a classic leftover recipe for greens, but making it rösti-style and adding some mature Cheddar adds a new dimension to this favourite.
Every day in the UK, we throw away seven million slices of bread –yes really! Here are some things you can make instead of throwing out your stale bread.
A great way to use up those overripe bananas. This recipe is great for afternoon teas.
This soup is quite possibly the definition of comfort food! It works with either turkey or chicken leftovers and is the perfect thing on a cold wintry day.
A quick to prepare recipe which is both nourishing and tasty. this is a versatile salad to which you can add leftovers and tweak to your personal taste. A great packed lunch alternative to a sandwich.
A simple little recipe that you can change as much as you like depending on whats in your fridge. This works great with leftover pasta but makes it look like a completey new meal.
Don't know what to do with that leftover meat and veg after the Sunday roast blow out?
Most of us enjoy a roast dinner, but sometimes lack the enthusiasm to do anything much with the leftovers - here's some ideas.
A great way of using up bananas that are over ripe.
This is a classic Italian way of using up stale bread - if you only have a sliced loaf (including crusts), don't worry - dry it out overnight and use it up. You can follow the classic version, but don't be afraid of adding other vegetables, meat, fish or cheeses that need to be used up.
This deeply satisfying classic soup is an excellent way of using up a glut of tomatoes and any stale bread. A thick soup, no doubt designed to make tomato soup substantial enough to eat as a main course, it is often made entirely with canned tomatoes, but better if you include some sun-ripened fresh ones.
For a deliciously moist sticky indulgent loaf (which is also good for you!), mash your leftover parsnips thoroughly and follow the instructions below.
Saskia lives in Portslade, grows her own veg and encourages others to do the same. Here she shares her favourite leftover recipe. Before you start have a rummage in your fridge and pull out all your leftovers.
Tortilla or Spanish omelette is a great way to use up leftovers – add in leftover or frozen vegetables, meat, prawns or smoked fish. You can even add leftover cous cous or rice to bulk it out. It can be eaten hot or cold.
Whenever she misses her native Los Angeles, Vera whips up this dish for a taste of home. Called Quesadillas (ke-sa-dee-yas), these tortillas can be stuffed with things like leftover veg, beans, meat - and don't forget the cheese! See what needs using up and get creative.
This is a great way to use up the seeds inside a pumpkin or squash. They're a tasty, nutritious snack, and a great way to reduce food waste going to landfill.
This is a simple, 30-minute pasta sauce that tastes like a restaurant creation and is an easy way to jazz up your pasta leftovers.
This is a classic example of substituting what you've got for a thrifty and fab alternative. Substituting the classic pesto ingredients of basil, pine nuts and parmesan for left-over bagged salad leaves.
Here's something tasty to make at the end of the week with those unused vegetables lurking at the bottom of the fridge.