Knowing how to recycle is as important as knowing how to cook! Grandmothers always say it and children should know it too: nothing is thrown away in the kitchen
We want to suggest you some tasty ideas to bring to the table a meat that after a long cooking in broth has lost a little taste and softness.
These recipes are perfect for the whole family and above all fast and cheap.
Ravioli and tortellini
Prepare fresh pasta with one egg for every 100 g of flour. Let the dough rest and then roll it out and stuff it as you do with tortellini and ravioli. The filling will be based on minced boiled meat, an egg, Parmesan, nutmeg, salt and lemon peel. Close the pasta as best you can. If you are good, make tortellini, otherwise simple ravioli will do just fine. Cook in the meat broth or boil the pasta for a couple of minutes and then drain and toss in a pan with butter and sage.
When it comes to recycling, meatballs never fail. Prepare them with 300 g of boiled meat, a slice of bread, a glass of milk, a clove of garlic, two tablespoons of grated cheese, a tablespoon of breadcrumbs and 1 egg, salt and pepper. Chop the bread and meat and mix with all the other ingredients. Make the meatballs and panatele if you like by first passing them in the beaten egg and then in the breadcrumbs. Bake in the oven at 200 ° for 15 minutes or fry. If you don't beat them, cook them in a pan with a little oil and add the white wine.
Boiled and yogurt salad
A second slightly different from usual, light and tasty. Cut 500 g of boiled meat into thin slices and season with a sauce prepared by grating and squeezing two cucumbers well to remove excess water and mixing them with a crushed clove of garlic, finely chopped mint, half a chopped red onion, extra virgin olive oil olive, salt and pepper.
A completely revisited Mexican dish perfect for an evening with friends. Buy fajitas to use to wrap the meat.
Finely cut the boiled meat, preferably chicken, and pass the pan with oil, plenty of finely chopped onion and thin red and yellow peppers. Season with salt and pepper and complete with parsley, lime juice and Tabasco. Stuffed fajitas and served with typically Mexican tex sauces like guacamole, black beans and nachos.
Savoy cabbage rolls
A second one that makes a lot of scene, but really easy to prepare. You simply need to soften the cabbage leaves in boiling water and then fill them with a filling stuffed by blending the boiled with an egg, some Parmesan, salt and pepper and spices to taste like nutmeg or turmeric. Once closed, the rolls are cooked in the oven in a pan with a dash of water and a little white wine at 200 ° for about 15 minutes or until all the water has evaporated.