We rarely are able to finish all our food in one sitting.
Often enough, I have to deal with some leftover food at one point or another.
I hate having to throw away good food - whether it's meat from your Sunday roast or veggies from your fridge, here are some of my cunning money-saving ways to help you use up your leftover ingredients.
On Sunday, we had Roast Chicken with roasted vegetables and gravy.
By the end of the meal, we're left with a good portion of the chicken uneaten along with some roasted leeks.
Quiche is a neat way of using the leftover chicken meat and vegetables.
Quick and easy to prepare, this dish makes the perfect family dinner for us.
I made stock using leftover bones from the roasted chicken carcass.
It took several hours of slow cooking but the result was better than any store-bought stock and it’s a great way to not let good bones go to waste.
And they do make the yummiest chicken rice!
That's one way to make your money stretch without having to waste unnecessarily while having some wholesome healthy homemade food!