Combine chunks of salmon with chopped sweet pickles
and diced onions for a great sandwich filling.
Sloppy Joe meat
Make an omelet using leftover sloppy Joes.
Spread reheated meat over omelet, sprinkle with your favorite cheese, fold, cook
until cheese melts, then serve.
Spread it over toasted English muffin halves,
top with slices of American cheese and broil just until the cheese melts.
Chop; add diced raw vegetables and enough bottled
Italian dressing to coat. Makes a wonderful salad!
Heat slices of steak with sour cream, diced onions,
garlic, pepper, 1 can cream of mushroom soup and enough water to make a nice sauce.
Serve over egg noodles.
Slice it very thin, then heat up in a skillet with
sliced green bell pepper, slivered onion and fajita seasoning. Serve in warmed flour
tortillas as fajitas.
Use leftover stollen for bread pudding.
Put a layer of tater tots in a baking dish. Bake
according to package instructions. Top with taco meat and mozzarella cheese. Bake
until the meat is heated through and the cheese is melted.
Warm the seasoned
taco meat in a skillet, then add flour to form a paste. Stir in milk to make a savory
gravy to serve over biscuits.
Use any leftover fixings in addition to meat
- chopped onions, chopped tomatoes, refried beans, salsa, etc. Add to a can of chili
beans, add a little seasoning, if needed, and cook until mixture has thickened.
Combine turkey, gravy and dressing. Put into a greased
baking dish and bake at 350 degrees F until golden.
Add to scrambled eggs.
Freeze leftover wine into ice cubes for future use
in casseroles and sauces.