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What to do with left over toast potatoes?

(26 Posts)
orderinformation Sun 24-Mar-13 19:44:31

Any ideas?

Eat them cold?!

We rarely have left over roasties here smile

InNeedOfBrandy Sun 24-Mar-13 19:46:33

potato salad might work?

notapizzaeater Sun 24-Mar-13 19:46:40

Freeze in foil trays for a quick tea ? Bubble and squeak ?

orderinformation Sun 24-Mar-13 19:47:03

Roast. Not toast. Oops.

I was surprised but had made loads. Not so keen on them cold though.

We've never had left over roast potatoes here!

Potato salad would work though

pour on bravas sauce for the next day.

orderinformation Sun 24-Mar-13 19:47:53

Oh bravas sauce yum. How would I make that?

How do you make bubble and squeak?

SanityClause Sun 24-Mar-13 19:49:21

I would never eat them straight out of the fridge, with lots of salt. Absolutely not! shock

auforfoulkesake Sun 24-Mar-13 19:49:49

cold, mmm
or just add to anything.

ivykaty44 Sun 24-Mar-13 19:49:58

slice and fry with a littel oil and garlic and serve with cold meat

or mash into bubble and squeek

auforfoulkesake Sun 24-Mar-13 19:50:29

bubble and squeak is left over cabbage fried with left over potato, a rarity to have left overs in this house, but it is delicious, particularly with a fried egg

out2lunch Sun 24-Mar-13 19:51:03

put cheese on top and melt in microwave - yummy

I don't mind them cold dipped in mayonnaise. Indians do a roast potato curry that is lovely.

ThePskettiIncident Sun 24-Mar-13 19:54:41

Eat them cold with salad cream!

mrsvilliers Sun 24-Mar-13 19:54:55

I've got a bravas sauce here http://www.toddler-recipes.co.uk/patatas-bravas.html It's easy and tasty.

SergeantSnarky Sun 24-Mar-13 19:57:14

spanish omelette

HazeltheMcWitch Sun 24-Mar-13 19:59:13

Eat them in a sandwich.
Or a roll.

HappyJustToBe Sun 24-Mar-13 20:00:35

Me neither, Sanity. Would be a terrible thing to do.

RandallPinkFloyd Sun 24-Mar-13 20:06:52

Why on earth would that issue ever arise?
Are you one of those weirdos who has left over wine too?

Can I come round for tea, that'll get rid of the problem for you grin

Slice and fry in butter til golden and have with fried eggs. Mmm, dippy yolk and crispy potatoes!

Trills Sun 24-Mar-13 22:32:25

I think now you've written "toast potatoes" you have to eat them on toast.

It's the law.

JamNan Mon 25-Mar-13 14:47:48

Bubble 'n squeak with a fried egg on top.

Or fry up with bacon/pancetta, garlic, caraway seeds and savoy cabbage. You could swap the caraway seeds for walnuts. A dollop of brown sauce won't go amiss.

Steam some kale, then fry with pots, garlic. Add walnut sized sausage-meat balls with chopped up prunes. Little bit of apple sauce maybe?

Patatos bravos with chorizo in a garlic and tomato sauce.

Eat them cold, on their own (but dip in salt first).

magimedi Mon 25-Mar-13 14:52:36

What ever you do do not add them to soup! I quite often make what I call 'scrap soup' which is usually onions, any older odd carrots or other veg & cooked veg leftovers. Has always been fine until the time I added left over roasties - really weird taste of roast dinner that soup had!

I freeze them to use in the week for a quick roast dinner for the DC during the week.

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