Saving Sunday's roasties? These dishes make it worth your while
Leftover potato may sound like some sort of urban kitchen myth, but trust us - it happens.
Whether you've got a few sweet spud wedges knocking about the fridge, a spoonful of cheesy mash or a couple of rogue Sunday roasties, we've found the perfect dishes to give your leftover potatoes a second lease of life. Preventing food waste and getting a tasty dinner in the process? Nailed it. Here's how.
A great, smug-inducing way to use up leftover mash potato. Think it looks too tricky? It's not - you'll boss this recipe.
Comforting for your taste buds – because bacon – and comforting for your mind because you haven't wasted any food. Smiles all round. Here's the recipe.
Beef up your (beef-less) vegan chilli by tossing in your leftover sweet spuds. Gorgeous.
Got more leftover sweet potato? Turn it into these spiced sweet potato cakes, epic with a cool cucumber dip. You can try it with plain old spuds too.
Fancy something sweet? Of course you do. These waffles make a cracking brunch and, coincidentally, taste great with a bellini.
Everyone's favourite leftover dish for a reason. Top your bubble and squeak with a runny golden egg and add as many extra veggies as you fancy - double leftover points.
Also known as the best salad ever. Slice up some leftover new potatoes and drizzle peanut sauce over this rainbow on a plate: egg, spring onion, radish, green beans, broccoli, bean sprouts - this dish has the lot.
The veggie burger that takes its name literally (the buns are made from giant portobello mushrooms). The leftover spuds come into play in the filling here, which is made of edamame beans and mashed sweet potato. You can use up leftover sweet potato wedges too – just slice off the skin before mashing. Bosh.