Make Use Of Your Grilled Leftovers

Fourth of July, patriotic, American themed food.

Fourth of July, patriotic, American themed food.

The summer season is for pigging out on your favorite southern comfort foods. Whether BBQ, ribs, hamburgers, hot dogs, or a plethora of chips and dip is more your style, in Lebanon, Tennesse, we know how to eat. Often, we prepare a little bit too much food. Instead of wasting all of those perfectly grilled meats and veggies, whip up these recipes with your backyard BBQ leftovers.

Throw Together a Salad

If you have plenty of veggies and meat leftover, all you need is a bed of greens and your favorite dressing. Throw together a nourishing salad bowl with some grilled chicken, any vegetables you have on hand, and fresh fruit. And if you’re a croutons fan, break up your stale hot dog and hamburger buns into pieces.

Taco Tuesday

It just so happens that July 5 is a Tuesday, which means you’re having tacos for dinner. If you have barbeque and slaw leftover, throw the two on some tortillas with barbeque sauce. If you grilled chicken or steak, mix in some peppers and onions for a fajita-style taco.

Breakfast is Served

If you wake up craving all of the delicious foods you ate on the Fourth, enjoy them breakfast style topped on a bowl of grits. If you grilled sausage for your Independence Day meal, chop it up into pieces and mix it with butter, cheese, and your choice of grits. If there are plenty of veggies sitting in the fridge, don’t let them go to waste. Mix them with cheese and eggs for a nutrient-dense scramble to start your day.

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If You Grilled Corn

Don’t let all of that buttery corn on the cob go to waste. Combine tomatoes, bell peppers, and onions to create a creamy soup for lunch or dinner tomorrow that your entire family will devour. Use up leftover bread and cheese from today’s burgers to whip up some grilled cheese sandwiches for dipping.

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