Find quick and easy recipes to make the most of any leftover roast beef! We have roast beef hash recipes, beef soups, salads and more.
It is amazing that only a few simple ingredients can turn into something as wonderful and hearty as this. Remember that it will thicken as it sits.
Recipe by: Rosemary
Stovies are traditionally made with leftover roast beef, potatoes and onions. But by using corned beef - it makes this doable anytime!
Recipe by: Kookie
Warm and comforting recipe from my mum. Great for those lamb or roast beef leftovers (best with lamb though). Use leftover gravy, or buy shop bought gravy.
Recipe by: AMANDA FAIR
A beetroot and red cabbage coleslaw brings a lively flourish of colour and texture to these hearty baps, as well as providing a nourishing vegetable accompaniment to the lean roast beef filling. Choose wholemeal baps for extra fibre.
Recipe by: Maggie Pannell
A creamy Asian dressing nicely compliments this egg noodle salad with broccoli, red pepper, beansprouts and peanuts.
Recipe by: Lucy
So simple, but always gets raves! Add leftover steak, poultry or roast beef for a quick supper fix.
Recipe by: NANMURAT
A tasty and easy to make tortilla wrap made with roast beef and cheese. Use leftover roast beef from Sunday's roast!
Recipe by: Marty
A quick and easy version of the classic Mexican-style dish that makes great use of leftover beef. Crispy tortilla chips are topped with chilli con carne, salsa and cheese.
Recipe by: Tesco
Chilli made from leftover beef with salad and a little cheese wrapped up in a tortilla. I usually serve this with some potato wedges, just don't make too many, the burritos can be surprisingly filling.
Recipe by: spacehippo
A hearty, flavourful beef stew recipe for the slow cooker. Coating the beef with paprika seasoned flour and browning with mushrooms and onion first will add that beautiful colour and extra layers of flavour before simmering with the root veg and Marsala wine sauce in the slow cooker. Serve with fresh, crusty bread and salad for a comforting chilly weather dinner.
Recipe by: BusySpoons