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    Default Ideas for left over veg curry?

    DH made a curry last night, we ha it with rice and naan. We have so much left over I'd like to make something else with it for dinner.
    DH added potatoes so potato pies or curry over baked potatoes is out.

    All I can think of is pies. Does anyone have any other ideas?

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    Default Re: Ideas for left over veg curry?

    I was thinking pies or pasties too lol.

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    Default Ideas for left over veg curry?

    Quote Originally Posted by maybenumber3 View Post
    I was thinking pies or pasties too lol.

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    Haha so far it's at the top of the list

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    Could you turn it into a soup? Add some water and blitz it?

    Or wrap it up in pastry for samosas?

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    Default Ideas for left over veg curry?

    Mmmm curry pie...

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    I would probably do mini pies, or if it was thick enough use for a sausage roll filling.... actually you could wrap it in pasty loads of different ways.

    Or add rice and make a burrito style wrap.

    Use it as a topping for a burger, like a surf and turf but call it a curry and cow...?

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    Turn some of it into Samosas, spring rolls. (freeze and keep for snacks/parties etc)

    Otherwise I would put it into wraps with some rice and condiments.

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    you could put it in filo triangles and make curry puffs.

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    Default Ideas for left over veg curry?

    A curry cottage pie lol

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    Default Ideas for left over veg curry?

    Thanks guys! I'm going to make pies because DH wants them and some filo triangles.

    Thanks ladies


 

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