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Leftover Spaghetti for Dinner? Groundbreaking!

Updated: Aug 11, 2020

Speaking of leftovers, here's a quick tip for date night: Leftover spaghetti can be repurposed into an even better meal. ⬇️⬇️⬇️

We'd bet that most of your time goes to working at home, so its assumed you'll want to limit your time in the kitchen. So now the age old question: "How does one shorten time spent in the kitchen if cooking takes up most of your time?"

Reusing and recycling leftover food lets you stay away from the stove most of the time, believe it or not. Let’s say you cook dinner every night; by eating leftovers, you can take two days off out of the week to just eat, no prep needed.

But, how do you find recipes that are good for leftovers (not just spaghetti), while using what's already in your pantry at home?

Don’t worry, Chefling’s got you covered with its all-new “Good for Leftovers” category! Not just that, but with one “Ready-to-Cook” toggle, it will also show you the recipes you can cook right away with ingredients you already have.

We love to cook and are all about food! That doesn't mean that we want to cook daily either. So to show you how we save time in the kitchen on those busy nights, how about a few recipe recommendations that can last just that much longer?

These leftover recipes aren’t just about dinner tonight, but the meals we can look forward to again and again, not to mention the time saved. Here are some Chefling recommended recipes for leftovers:

Skinny Veggie Lasagna

Tell us that cheese isn't making your mouth water 🤤: (Click on the link on your phone to open the recipe in Chefling)

Roasted Eggplant Parmesan

Looking to cook your favorite baked Italian dish (vegetarian) in under 60 minutes. Check out the recipe: (Click on the link on your phone to open the recipe in Chefling)

Blueberry Banana Quinoa Oatmeal

Leftovers may not seem like the best option for breakfast, but here is a healthy breakfast bowl you can make in under 10 minutes: (Click on the link on your mobile to open the recipe in Chefling)


Fun Fact #2

American households, on average, waste about $640 worth of food every year. Here’s some Chefling recommended Kitchen Hacks to give you an edge in the kitchen.


Dal Shorba or Dal Tadka

In the mood for lentil soup, try out this Indian recipe, which tastes even better as a leftover: (Click on the link on your phone to open the recipe in Chefling!)


We hope you get the most out of these tips. This is one of many new posts brought to you by Chefling, so don't forget to like and share! And most importantly, check out the Chefling app for all your kitchen needs!

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