Not sure what to do with your Christmas feast leftovers? We got our lovely friends over at Daylesford Organic to help give you some super delicious ideas on how to turn your Christmas leftovers into meals worth fighting over!
“As much as we love Christmas, many of us at Daylesford are also looking forward to waking up on Boxing Day and being faced with all sorts of amazing leftovers! The Cookery School team have shared their favourite recipes to transform whatever was not polished off on Christmas Day into new, delicious dishes to enjoy in the final days of December.”
First things first: our ULTIMATE TURKEY SANDWICH is almost worth roasting a whole bird for! Take your time preparing each component, stack it high and enjoy thoroughly. Juicy, toothsome and packed with flavour, one bite of this and you’ll be dreaming of it all year!
The abundance of the festive period can lead to unnecessary waste, so mastering the art of making leftovers sing is a worthwhile skill. Rich, flavoursome and filling, these CHRISTMAS LEFTOVERS BUBBLE & SQUEAK CAKES will make a breakfast or lunch dish to fuel the family for a brisk Boxing Day walk – or perhaps to soak up any excess festive toddy!
If you have a hankering for something different altogether after Christmas is over, you may like to give our HOME-CURED SALMON a try. This impressive dish is a great recipe to know as it combines several useful techniques that can be used individually or together, for a fantastic dinner party starter or light supper throughout the year.
Laced with raw sprouts, herbs and spices, this SHREDDED TURKEY, RAW SPROUT & GRAINS SALAD is satisfying and wholesome, perfect for feeding a crowd over the festive season. We love to serve it with a spoonful of our Organic Yoghurt and a sprinkling of toasted pistachios.
Prepare this flavourful WINTER SPICED SAUERKRAUT at the beginning of the festive period to enjoy with iron-rich venison or cold meats and salads for Boxing Day lunch. The joy of this recipe is the subtle sweetness that comes through with the addition of apple and gentle spices. The probiotic properties will offer a much needed digestive aid after times of indulgence.
For more recipes like this head to Daylesford.com