What to do with leftover curry recipes

Leftover roast lamb curry

Leftover roast lamb curry

What I used. Lamb is so full of flavour I don’t think it needs too much added, so there’s not many ingredients in this
Leftover Christmas Turkey Curry - MPW Recipe for Knorr

Leftover Christmas Turkey Curry - MPW Recipe for Knorr

 Don't forget Marco has a great range of other recipes over at the Knorr Recipe page on their site. Marco Pierre White has come up with a lovely mild curry recipe using up any leftover Turkey you might have this Christmas
LEFTOVER CURRY ROLLS

LEFTOVER CURRY ROLLS

the vegetables being kept from the leftover curry. leftover vegetable curry)-1 cup. LEFTOVER CURRY ROLLS 1 cup Pepper powder-1tsp
Leftover Turkey Thai Green Curry

Leftover Turkey Thai Green Curry

There are lots of things you can do from turkey sandwiches, to turkey pie, to turkey salad, but if you want a super easy recipe that is totally different from the Christmas roast meal, why not try my Leftover Turkey Thai Green Curry
Leftover Sausage and Egg Curry

Leftover Sausage and Egg Curry

It does increase the washing-up though. The rice I had leftover was mixed with peas and broad beans. Add to the bowl with the rice mixture
Low fat leftover meat Curry

Low fat leftover meat Curry

Made with leftover Roast beef. Season to taste with Salt and Pepper. I was surprised at how nice it turned out with so few ingredients
Curry Goat

Curry Goat

But, if maximum heat is what you like, don’t bother to take it out and the pepper will just mash out into the curry
Nine Leftover Chicken Recipes

Nine Leftover Chicken Recipes

We all know how difficult it is deciding what to do with leftovers, usually it ends up just being eaten the next day cold
Leftover Lamb Stew

Leftover Lamb Stew

It's always difficult to work out what to do with leftovers and so easy to get stuck in a rut of just cooking up some fresh potatoes and veg to go with the weekends leftover roast meat
Curried Cornish Pasties

Curried Cornish Pasties

Make a well in the centre and add sufficient water / milk mixed with a knife and then your hands to form a firm dough