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I've got loads of left over medium rare roast beef.

(10 Posts)
newrecruit Sun 28-Dec-14 20:48:50

It's bloody lovely but I bought a joint way too big. It cost a fortune too. smile

What's the best way to use up the leftovers? Feels wasted in a cottage pie

TyneTeas Sun 28-Dec-14 23:05:08

My leftover roast beef became cream cheese and roast beef sandwiches and then the rest with leftover gravy used as the base for a curry sauce tyne-teas.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/leftover-roast-meat-curry.html

8dayweek Sun 28-Dec-14 23:10:14

We made cottage pie, 'twas scrum! smile

goodbyeyellowbrickroad Sun 28-Dec-14 23:13:09

Some sort of Thai style salad would be delicious. Use a dressing made up of soy, fish sauce, sesame oil, lime juice and chilli. Could use loads of raw veg like carrots, peppers and cucumber and some crushed peanuts. Bulk it out with noodles if you need some carbs. Will be lovely and refreshing after all the heavy Christmas grub.

newrecruit Mon 29-Dec-14 00:06:29

Ahh, Thai salad sounds perfect. Usually I would jump at cottage pie but can't face another potato blush

TobyLerone Mon 29-Dec-14 00:19:27

Beef, mushroom and red wine pie.

nic013 Mon 29-Dec-14 10:48:40

We are making chilli today and I'm going to fry off strips of roast beef and add it at the last minute.

I would probably use it cold or in any quick cook recipes like stir fry's or goulash to maintain the rareness.

LineRunner Mon 29-Dec-14 10:50:17

We made beef and vegetable stir fry with noodles. It felt so light and spicy after the roast dinners!

tb Mon 29-Dec-14 13:59:33

Sliced very thinly and rolled up after spreading generously with horseradish ?

Yum

Jcee Mon 29-Dec-14 16:39:53

Could you freeze it? I often freeze slices of beef in gravy to create a quick and easy roast dinner when time is short

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