Friday, June 15, 2012

Leftover Soup


Don't let your left over food turn into a waste.You can do something about it for another delicious meal that your kids are going to like. When I say left over, it means that the food is still safe to eat, been left in the fridge for  not more than 4 days. Make sure to check first if they look or smell unusual or when you are in doubt about the freshness or safety of any food, dispose it.

Ingredients:

  • left over mashed potato
  • left over  shrimp
  • left over cooked spaghetti noodles
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • powedered or cubed chicken bouillon
  • water or chicken stock
  • parsley for garnishing

Directions:

  • Boil water or chicken stock. Once boiled, add all the ingredients.
  • Stir well. Let boil  for another 2 minutes.
  • Season with salt, pepper and other seasoning  to taste.
  • Serve hot





22 comments:

  1. very resourceful! I'm sure it tastes good :)

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  2. This sure looks yummy! :D Very resourceful too! Too bad though our household doesn't usually have leftovers. Either we cook just the right amount of food for the family, or talagang matatakaw lang kami.. :))

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  3. That looks so good and perfect for the rainy weather. Will have this for reference when I get to have those leftover ingredients. =)

    http://thisislovelee.blogspot.com/

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  4. delicious! and smart way to lessen the leftovers at home. thanks for sharing! :)

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  5. Sarap! On my part, paminsan-minsan ginagawa kong champorado yung left over rice namin! hehehe...! ヅ

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  6. I am good at maximizing leftovers, for soup, the spag noodles I would cut it in a cm or inch long size - like the Royco noodles I used to eat when I was a kid hehehe...

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  7. Yay for this! We sometimes do this. Especially ang white rice ginagawang fried rice in the morning :3

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  8. Good way to handle leftover food. I'm usually picky and don't like eating leftovers, but when turned to a hot soup, I don't think I'll be complaining :D

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  9. I like hot soup, particularly during the rainy season. Now I'll go to the kitchen and check usable leftovers in the refrigerator.

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  10. yum! that soup looks yummy! sarap nyan pag lalo n ngaung umuulan

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  11. I'm all for food salvage. Great recipe! I'll try this some time.

    Rizza (beingwell)

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  12. Yung leftover ninyo, mukhang main course na namin.

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  13. ummm...keeping this in my notes! will try this one, thanks for sharing :)

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  14. saw "leftover mashed potato" sa ingredients list --> aha! masarap to! sure na! :)

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  15. Though I am not really big on soups, this sure looks yummy! And I had shrimps for dinner tonight so I kinda still have the yummy taste of it which makes me feel like I've tasted your recipe. Lol, kinda weird, I know. :))

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  16. great idea!! thanks for this! something i need to keep in mind :)
    Rovie
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  17. wow such a nice recipe!! every mom should know things like this in order to save money and don't waste too much food! xx

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  18. wow!! this is such a nice idea!! all mom should know this in order to save money and don't waste food also! xx

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  19. yummy!leftover shouldn't be dispose unless it is already spoiled. thank you for sharing this. =D

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  20. Another great idea for smart moms! and yes, it looks so yummy! especially when served hot!!

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  21. This is really helpful as it not just saves money but helps us nourish everyone as well. ^_^

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  22. This sure beat just wasting food.

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