Make a great brunch with simple patties stuffed with Christmas leftovers
Dec 23, 2021
Of course, stuffing prepared from the leftovers is the cornerstone of a fantastic Christmas sandwich, but after having had a lot of these, it's only logical that we’d want to use them in another way. If you can relate to this idea of reusing Christmas leftovers to create a great brunch, we just got it right for you! So, here we are with some of the best recipes that you can make from the Christmas leftovers.
1. Stuffed Muffin
It doesn't get any easier than this. If your filling has formed into a huge lump in the baking dish, break it using a spatula into a bread salad. Fill a greased muffin tray halfway with stuffing. Now, break an egg on each muffin if desired. Keep it for 8-10 minutes in the oven or an egg can take around 20 minutes. Spread cranberry sauce over the top.
The best way to make muffins is with the Bajaj 50 DCRSS digital OTG for the perfect taste and fluffiness. The Bajaj digital OTG comes with a 50-liter capacity, and 6 preset menus for convenient cooking.
2. Baked Eggs with Stuffing
This may appear to be a gourmet breakfast, but all you'll need is what's already in your fridge. You can top it with some more turkey for added protein, and you can season it with your other favorite herbs. You may use the remaining stuffing to make shells for baked eggs. This is a filling breakfast that keeps us going on long shopping trips.
You can use the Bajaj 2310 ETC Microwave Oven that comes with autocook menus. Simply preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit before getting started.
Fill four greased 4-oz. ramekins halfway with stuffing, forming wells in the center. Now, crack an egg into the middle of the dish and season it with salt and pepper. On a baking sheet, arrange the ramekins. Now, bake it for at least 25-30 minutes until the egg whites are totally set and the yolks are thickening but not hard. Sprinkle with sage, if desired.
3. Stuffed Patties or a sandwich
You can also make a sandwich or a stuffed pattie with a slice of gravy-soaked stuffing waffle in the center with fried eggs, ham, white cheddar cheese, and maple syrup. Sandwich is one of the easiest recipes that anyone can make with the availability of limited food items. If you have bread slices and some leftover stuffing, then switch on your Bajaj SWX 4 DLX with Grill plates to make the perfect bite as an X’massy Brekkie!
4. Turkey Potpie
Pumpkin pie, step aside. Use whatever holiday dishes are taking up space in your fridge for the fillings in this turkey pot pie, which cleverly uses stuffing as the crust. You can use the 20 MT DLX microwave oven and preheat it to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Combine stuffing and enough liquid to achieve desired moistness in a small bowl; press into the bottom of a greased 9-inch pie plate. Bake for 10-15 minutes till it turns lightly browned.
Cream the cream cheese and gravy together in a large mixing bowl until creamy. Combine the turkey, broccoli, Swiss cheese, salt, and pepper in a mixing bowl. Pour over the crust.
Combine potatoes and cream in a small bowl; spread over the turkey mixture. Drizzle some butter on top. Sprinkle with onions if desired. Cook for 20-25 minutes, or until it becomes gently browned.
It’s quite a fact that we have always noticed that regardless of how much stuffing is eaten on Christmas, there's always piles of it leftover the next morning.
With the help of Bajaj Microwave Ovens and OTGs, you can turn your X’mas leftovers into fine delights for everyone!