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Leftover pizza recipe

Leftover pizza recipe


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  • Main course
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This easy, healthy, light snack is easy for everyone to do. Hope you enjoy!

2 people made this

IngredientsServes: 1

  • 1 slice bread
  • 30g grated cheese
  • 1/2 pepper, sliced
  • 1 small mushroom, sliced
  • 1 slice ham
  • 1 spring onion, chopped
  • 1/4 small onion, finely chopped
  • dried Italian herbs, to taste

MethodPrep:10min ›Cook:6min ›Ready in:16min

  1. Toast the bread for 30 seconds to 1 minute until partly toasted. Add the cheese on top of the bread then add the remainder of the ingredients, except the herbs. Place the pizza on a small baking tray.
  2. Grill the pizza under a medium heat for 5 minutes until the cheese has melted. Remove from the grill and add a sprinkle of the Italian herbs then return to the grill for 1 minute until the cheese is golden brown. Remove from the grill and enjoy!

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Leftover Pasta Pizza

Leftover Pasta Pizza is an amazing use for any leftover pasta with tomato sauce. This recipe with leftover pasta is so simple yet impressive for a quick weeknight dinner or lunch and no one will mind eating leftovers!

When I&rsquom crazy busy, tired or just not in the mood.

OR, when you have hit that snooze button too many times and have no time to pack a lunch box. Leftovers to the rescue!

What to do with leftover pasta? I often end up with more pasta than my family can consume. I mean, who doesn&rsquot get excited when cooking pasta?


An easy way to stretch leftovers into a deliciously new dinner, this family-friendly meal is quick to prepare and sure to become a favorite. Economical and easy to customize, too!

People often ask me if I spend my days cooking away in my kitchen. It’s a logical question. After all, I write about food and develop recipes!

The truth is, as much as I like to cook, I sometimes have trouble getting dinner on the table, too. So many aspects of my job keep me out of the kitchen, focusing on other tasks. Or I could be working on a new blondie recipe (hint, hint…coming soon!). Then, dinnertime rolls around and all I have is dessert. (Not that anyone here would mind eating dessert for dinner!)

I also happen to love leftovers. Some meals really do improve with age, and many can be repurposed in new and different ways. A friend of mine uses the term “intentional leftovers,” which is such a smart concept. Given hectic work schedules, kids’ activities, etc., some would call it survival!

Two cups of leftover pasta won’t feed my family, but when reinvented into this skillet pizza-a pasta frittata might be a more accurate description-it becomes more substantial. A simple tossed salad or green veggie on the side, and dinner is served.

For flavor variation, feel free to mix in a handful of sliced, black olives, some chopped pepperoni, or slivered basil. Also, gluten-free pasta may absolutely be used if needed.


Martha Stewart Has a Genius Way to Use Up Your Leftover Costco Rotisserie Chicken

One of the most fun dishes to make is pizza &mdash but not just any pizza. We’re talking pizza made with store-bought dough and leftovers. It’s easy, the kids have the best time tossing the toppings and sprinkling the cheese onto the dough, and it takes no time at all to make. One of our favorite leftover items to use is? Without question, it’s Costco‘s rotisserie chicken &mdash and Entertaining and (and now CBD) Queen Martha Stewart has a fantastic pizza recipe that calls for just that.

“With store-bought dough and leftover roast chicken or a rotisserie chicken at hand, you can have this easy, cheesy enchilada-inspired pizza on the table in about an hour,” Stewart wrote on Instagram.

In addition to store-bought dough (Trader Joe’s pizza dough, FTW!), rotisserie chicken and corn (we recommend really embracing shortcuts and buying it either frozen or canned instead of making corn on the cob), Stewart’s Cheese Chicken-and-Corn Pizza calls for tomatillo salsa (Stewart recommends Frontera), sour cream, Monterey Jack cheese, fresh cilantro, and scallions.

Now, it’s time to make the pizza.

The recipe may state that it takes 25 minutes to prep, but don’t worry &mdash 20 of those 25 minutes are dedicated to letting the plastic wrapped-dough sit on your countertop until its soft and puffy. Once, thats’ done, all that’s left to do is layer all of your ingredients. And in true Stewart fashion, she has a specific order to follow: Start with cheese, then the chicken, followed by cilantro, corn, and scallions. Then, drizzle with oil, and season with salt and pepper. Bake for 25 minutes, let it sit for 10, sprinkle with more cilantro, and you’re set!

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3. Leftover Steak Hash

You&rsquoll be surprised at how some leftover steak for one can turn into a feast for four!

Whether it&rsquos mashed, roasted, or baked, potatoes always pair well with steak.

In this recipe, you&rsquoll make crisp on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside hash browns to go alongside your steak.

Cooked in garlic, pepper flakes, rosemary, and parsley, this hash is a feast for the senses.

Not only is this insanely tasty and hearty, but it&rsquos also super easy to make. It&rsquos versatile and customizable, and it doesn&rsquot require exact measurements.

Just cook however little or many potatoes you need!


Preparation

Step 1

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Spray a 9x9-inch baking dish with cooking spray.

Arrange pizza squares in the prepared baking dish. Mix eggs, milk, mozzarella cheese, onion, butter, garlic, oregano, and salt together in a large bowl pour over pizza pieces. Top with Parmesan cheese and red pepper flakes. Cover dish with aluminum foil.

Bake in the preheated oven for 45 minutes. Remove foil and continue baking until eggs are set and Parmesan cheese is melted, about 20 more minutes.


Garlic Knots

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You can easily make knots at home using pizza dough, says Sidoti. Twist your dough into a knot, brush with garlic butter (simply zap some butter and minced garlic in the microwave for 10 to 15 seconds), and follow with a sprinkling of Parmesan cheese, basil, oregano, and Italian seasoning. Throw your knots into a cast-iron skillet, toss it in the oven at 400 degrees and bake until golden brown.


Leftover Chicken Flatbread Pizza

Is it just me, or is it SUPER difficult to think up lunch ideas?

Seriously. All of my lunches for the past few years have consisted of salami and cheese in between two slices of bread.

Every. Damn. Day. The snacks change, but the core part of my lunch remains this boring sandwich. Until now!

After making my honey chipotle chicken last week, I have been making it almost daily because it is so gosh darn easy. And that means leftovers.

So much chicken leftovers.

Not that I am complaining.The leftover chicken for that recipe almost tastes better than when the chicken is fresh out of the oven. Plus, I can make delicious meals with it. Like this one.

This pizza is so easy to make, it might become my new go-to lunch idea. It can be made and devoured on the spot, or made ahead and portioned into tupperware containers for the workdays ahead.

Now that is my kind of meal prep!

I think I might be ready for the week ahead. For the first time ever this year.

Also, feel free to use your leftover rotisserie chicken in place of the honey chipotle chicken I used. And switch up the sauce and cheese to what YOU have at home. This is just a recipe template rather than a full on step by step, follow exactly as written type of recipe. It will taste good, no matter what you put on.

So what are you waiting for? Time to get your lunch on!

As always, if you try this recipe, let me know! Rate it, leave a comment and tag me with #atasteofmadness on Instagram! I always love seeing what you are creating!


What kind of pizza crust should I use?

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Watch the video below where Rachel will walk you through every step of this recipe. Sometimes it helps to have a visual, and we’ve always got you covered with our cooking show. You can find the complete collection of recipes on YouTube, Facebook Watch, or our Facebook Page, or right here on our website with their corresponding recipes.


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