Three Ways to Make Last Night’s Dinner as Good as New

Sep 24, 2018 | Likes, Live, Only Berlin

The Maya Kitchen shares quick and easy recipes to reinvent your most common leftovers at home

Leftovers are something we sometimes have even if I cook what I thought was enough for us in one eating.  Often, I would tell the boys I will not prepare a new viand unless they finish everything left inside the refrigerator. I have noticed, though, that the boys would find our leftovers interesting when I make something new and unique out of them. If you are wondering what to prepare for your next dinner, get creative with last night’s leftovers and try these mouthwatering, quick and easy recipes from The Maya Kitchen!

Spanish Chorizo Fried Rice

Three Ways to Make Last Night’s Dinner as Good as New

Three Ways to Make Last Night’s Dinner as Good as New

Transform your old, leftover rice into a sumptuous dish by adding some bits of chorizo and flavorful spices! This delightful Spanish Chorizo Fried Rice can make your family’s morning extra special. It’s so easy to prepare: sauté the onions, garlic, and chorizo cubes, then throw in the rest of the vegetables and let them cook for another two to three minutes!

Leftover Chicken Fruit and Green Salad

Three Ways to Make Last Night’s Dinner as Good as New

Three Ways to Make Last Night’s Dinner as Good as New

If you’re looking for something quicker and healthier, this Leftover Chicken Fruit and Green Salad recipe makes a satisfying go-to meal on busy mornings! You’d be surprised on how your leftover roast or fried chicken can be easily jazzed up with your favorite green vegetables and oil-based dressing! Start by arranging salad greens in a dish bowl, toss in the rest of the ingredients, drizzle with any oil-based dressing of your choice — and presto, your healthy and hearty meal is ready!

Loaded Adobo Flakes Quesadillas

Three Ways to Make Last Night’s Dinner as Good as New

Three Ways to Make Last Night’s Dinner as Good as New

Made too much adobo? Enjoy it differently by making these Loaded Adobo Flakes Quesadillas! This recipe is a quick and easy addition to your weekly menu! Just arrange the adobo flakes on the top of a quesadilla and garnish it generously some onion, cucumber slices, salsa, and grated cheese!

Make Last Night’s Dinner as Good as New

With The Maya Kitchen, you’ll surely never run out of new and creative ideas on how you can give your family a more colorful and delicious culinary experience every day. For more easy and impressive meals, check out The Maya Kitchen’s basic cooking and baking classes or log on to www.themayakitchen.com for more menu ideas.

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9 Comments

  1. thesmalladventurer

    We don’t usually have any leftovers BUT we did just cook two whole chickens thinking it would last us a while and now have no idea what to do with it all I usually have a salad each night, so I’ll have to start adding some chicken into them to help use it all up!

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  2. Strength and Sunshine

    I always think leftovers are the BEST! (better than the first night!)

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  3. Lecy | A Simpler Grace

    So many good recipes! I love using leftovers to make something new. 🙂

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  4. Michi (@michisolee)

    We’re just a family of three so we always have leftovers. I love leftover food because it means I don’t have to cook new food. But like you, sometimes I also try to experiment using our leftover foods. Thanks for the ideas.

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  5. Fully Housewifed! (@fullyhousewifed)

    I’m not much of a Chorizo fan and I have a seasonal craving for quesadilla, but I’d certainly wolf down that chicken salad any time!

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  6. gilian

    Love the recipes. I am someone who rarely uses leftovers, except for rice. I love making fried rice in different variations. =) I love how the adobo ended up. Now, I am more inspired to make something out of those leftovers. =)

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  7. Janice

    I love quesadillas! Will definitely try that adobo version when we have leftover adobo. We cook adobo at least once a week anyway.

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  8. Veni Anabo

    Love the recipes. For the fried rice how did you accomplish that color?

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