This is a Secondary and Over all Leftovers Meal:
Leftover ingredients: roasted chicken, roasted potatoes, onions, chick peas, carrots.
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Australian Rissoles are another great way to finish up all the ingredients that hasn't been used up .
There are recipes out there that dictate what amount of ingredients to put in, but I originally learned it to use up the leftovers of roasts. So you can use beef, lamb or chicken, and the vegetables that are leftover.
I do like to add fresh onions in it, which generally is easy if you cook a lot, as there seems to be always a half used one. If not, cut up one.
When I made a roasted chicken, I already knew I was going to make this recipe. I even made a little extra potatoes.
So how do you know how much ingredients of each to put in?
Mainly, it works as long as the meat is your main ingredient, and there is more of that than each of the ingredients. You can put any kind of herbs and seasoning you prefer in your food.
For the easy recipe, I just put the meat, the extras and an egg into the blender, and just lightly blend it. If you don't have a blender just cut the food up. You can have chunky vegetables. It actually taste better.
- Put meat, 1 egg, vegetables in a blender. If you don't have a blender just cut it up and put it in a bowl.
- You should be able to put them all together like a patty with your hands.
- put some bread crumbs on a plate.
- put the patty on the breadcrumbs and then turn it over.
- When it's covered, put it in a frying pan.
- Cook it on one side for about 7 minutes, and then flip it, and do it again.
- The sides should look like the photo.
- Make sure it's cooked by putting a toothpick (use the bamboo shoot ones!) and have nothing stick on it, and when you touch it, it's hot. (I will write another post about that soon.)
- Serve it with ketchup, ready made gravy, or just salt and pepper.