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  • Makes 4
  • 15 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 7 Ingredients
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A very quick and easy dinner to use up leftover meat from a roast the night before! You can also add the leftover roast veggies if you like, sometimes I add peas for colour.


Ingredients (makes 4 portions)

  • Left over pork or chicken from roast
  • 1 cup Rice
  • 1 Carrot
  • 1 Onion
  • 1/4 cabbage
  • peas or another veggies
  • 1 tbsp Soy sauce

Method

  1. Cook rice. While rice is cooking:
  2. Chop left over meat into small pieces and put aside in a bowl with the soy sauce over it.
  3. Peel and dice onion and carrot and chop cabbage into small pieces.
  4. Drain cooked rice.
  5. Fry onion in oil. When cooked add cabbage and fry till soft. Add carrot for a minute then add meat and rice.
  6. Cook on high stirring all the time. You may need to add bit of oil to stop it from sticking. Serve when it is all cooked and hot.

  • What a smart idea to use up leftovers thanks for sharing your great recipe

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  • What a simple meal!

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  • Thank you for sharing this with everyone. A great way to use that meat sometimes get throw out because it is dried out.

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  • Sometimes I add a bit of fresh chilli too for a bit of a kick!

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  • What a great idea just what I need to use up the chicken I have

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  • What a great and tasty way to use up leftover roast meat

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  • add peas for colours

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  • lets have a quick rice dinner

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  • Fried rice with roast veggies and meat. Nice twist on an old favourite. Looking forward to trying it. We don’t usually have roast leftovers tho

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  • This looks very inviting can’t wait to try

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  • I forget to use the left over roast meat but it is very delicious and adds a great flavour.

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  • yummy! Would make a great lunch for the next day!

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  • A great way to enjoy leftovers! Thanks!

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  • Thank you, I like leftover suggestions.

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  • Love it when I can make use of leftovers.

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