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Recipes Using Leftovers

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ISBN: 9788189491505

Leftovers are something that every cook has to deal with unless she is a particularly adept planner. How often have you been faced with extra chapattis or rice at the end of the day and tucked them into the refrigerator with resignation? And despite your best intentions, have you left them there, only to finally dispose of them in the
garbage?

Most of us can’t seem to stretch our imaginations when it comes to making innovative use of leftovers. The trick is to convert them into something that not only looks but also tastes different from the original.

This book, which is divided into seven sections, offers creative recipes for leftover Rice, Bread, Chapattis, Pasta, Khichdi, Boiled Potatoes, and Miscellaneous dishes. If you thought the most you could do with leftover rice was spice it up with a tadka, you will be pleasantly surprised by our suggestions, and if you’ve been wondering what to do with drying bread, think desserts like rabdi or gulab jamun!
The book also includes helpful tips such as making breadcrumbs from leftover bread and how to revive cold pasta.

Go ahead and experiment.

A few of the given recipes are:

Rice Vegetable Risotto
Savoury Bread Cups
Macaroni Hot Pot
Meethi Mugdi
Salad Wrap


Pages: 104
Recipes: 42
Pages in colour: 10


Price: Rs.89
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