Evaluating Leftover Foods
If you don’t like to waste and don’t know what to do with leftovers in the kitchen, you should definitely try different and interesting methods such as:
Freeze the Bananas
When you notice the banana peel begins to black out, start to slice it immediately and put into the freezer in the fridge bag. It is really easy and practical to make ice cream with frozen banana. Just put the bananas into the blender, add cocoa or fruits like strawberries. Banana is already a sweet fruit and you don’t need extra sugar, but you can add honey as an option. After that simply start the blender. Your healthy and delicious ice cream is ready to eat!
If you got more fruit than necessary, you can dry them instead of leaving them to rot. Wash your fruits like apples, pears, peel and chop into thin slices. Then put into an oven heated to 120 degrees for 2 hours. After it gets cool as room temperature, keep them in the refrigerator.
Make Breadcrumbs from Bread Leftovers
Instead of wasting your bread you can make breadcrumbs. To make this happen, first you should slice your bread into thin pieces. Put in a large baking tray carefully. Preheat the oven to 150 ° C and put your sliced bread into it. Wait until it gets dry. Then, remove it from the oven and cool it down. Put dried bread slices into the food processor or sink. Then re-bake in a 150 degree oven until it gets light golden brown and then cool it and grind with rondo. Now your breadcrumbs are ready. Store in a glass jar with a tight lid.
New Recipes with Leftover Rice
It is best to eat the rice when it is first cooked. In time it loses its freshness. However, you can make new dishes with leftover rice instead of discarding it. Yayla çorbası and Kadınbudu meatballs can be alternative foods to recycle the rice. Kadınbudu meatball is now made with chicken rather than minced beef. You can use ta!da! Ready to eat Chicken for your Kadınbudu Meatball. It is full of protein and very practical, and make sure to check out our recipe on this blog.