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This here is a recipe that will delight all who devour it and it is made using whole plates of leftovers, all and any leftovers. I have even made this with the end bits of a whole Thai takeaway and it was THE BUSINESS!
4 cups of leftovers – vegetables/ rice/ potatoes/ meat/ legumes
1 cup self raising flour
1 heaped spoon sugar
1 heaped spoon curry powder
1 drop of milk
On a big bowl mix the egg/s into your leftovers
Mix the flour in bit by bit – depending on how wet or dry your leftovers were you will need all of it or half of it.
Texture wise it needs to be something like bread dough- in between sloppy cake mixture and dry biscuit mix.
Shake the curry powder on and add the sugar- mix well.
Fry some oil on medium heat (er, I’m a “more the merrier” girl when it comes to fat, y’know?)
Drop loaded spoonfuls of mixture on to the pan
Fry them on medium heat- you need them to really cook all the way through while not burning on the outside.
They should take about 5 minutes on each side- I drop about 5 in pan at a time.
Serve with some mango chutney and a bit of salad- the perfect Leftover Lunch.