This is a great way to jazz up plain old creamed rice. If you don’t want to use tinned crushed pineapple I don’t see why couldn’t substitute any other fruit fresh fruit or even tinned apricots or peaches.
I’m not a fan of cold soup, even in summer, so I’d be serving this hot on a cold winter’s night, but either way it makes a great starter for a dinner party.
Substituting brown or white rice for bulgur (a wheat product) is a really good way to make this salad gluten free, without losing all the other great flavours of the Middle East.
This is the last of the Herald Sun’s ‘Second time around’ ideas for Christmas leftovers I’m posting today, but it’s a good one. Turkey or ham with mayonnaise and sweet chilli sauce and mustard to give it a tang and celery for a crunch. I think leftover chicken would work just as well too.
With this one from the Herald Sun ‘Second time around’ column, there’s a combination of two great things – ham and barbeque. Or maybe it’s three if you add in fresh pineapple………..
After all the Christmas cooking it’s great to have some easy recipes to use up all the lovely leftovers. This is another from the Herald Sun cooking page ‘Second time around’ and jazzes up plain ham and eggs.
This week’s recipes come from a Herald Sun cooking page with the title ‘Second time around’. After all the Christmas cooking it’s great to have leftovers, but you do start to run out of ideas on how to serve them. These toasts can be made using ham, turkey or chicken and that makes them a winner.