Leftovers! Potato and Onion

Alrighty, finally the two leftover makeovers I promised.  It has been a busy beginning to the holidays already!  All three of us have had some kind of cold or flu in the past 2 weeks so leftovers are a great help.

So this first one is not anything super creative but it is tasty and will be perfect in preparation for day 3 of leftovers.

Potatoes Onions and a Jar!
Take your lovely potatoes and onions and dice them up into bite size pieces.  I always have a jar of lovely Tikka Masala (seeds of change is the brand I love) on hand for quick suppers.  Of course you can make your own tikka masala sauce, perhaps I will tackle that another time.


Pour it all into a sauce pan with your pre-cooked potatoes and onions.  You may want to add a little water to the sauce to make it more saucy.  This brand is very flavorful and salty so I find it benefits from a little extra water.


Cook up some rice (I prefer brown but use whatever you like).  Warm the sauce, finish your rice, and serve it up.  I like to put a little bit of plain yogurt on top.  Sorry no photos of this one, you will have to use your imagination.

Egg Bake – anything goes!

Okay so next up- I hope you have some of your lovely Indian meal leftover now!
This is not even a recipe really.  You can use any leftovers you have on hand– –  Stirfry, spaghetti, indian yum, beans and rice, nuts, dried fruits –  Get creative!

here I made some extra wild rice – and tossed it with some garbanzo bean leftovers and eggs

Take your leftovers, put them in a large mixing bowl – throw in 6-7 eggs, 1 Tbls olive oil and mix it all up.  Pour into a greased baking dish or preferably an ungreased cast iron skillet. 


Bake 35-45 minutes at 350

here it is dumped in the cast iron skillet that I adore! I added some raw cashews too

magic!  here it is 40 minutes later – lovely!

golden!

it cuts and comes out of cast iron like a dream

Serve it up with a nice salad – great cold in the lunch the next day too!

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