Jazzing up your Easter leftovers?

GadgetGuy

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What do you plan to do with your Easter leftovers if you have any after the holiday?

Leftovers can be transformed into something new & fresh - to make them look like they are hit sensation with the family!! :wink:
 

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The leftover ham/ham bone always goes into making green split pea soup in our house.
 

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The leftover ham/ham bone always goes into making green split pea soup in our house.
It could make pease pudding too (although the ham hock, with meat on it, is generally used!)
Are you familiar with that?
 
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Never heard of it. What is pease puyding? Is it easy peasy?
 

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Never heard of it. What is pease puyding? Is it easy peasy?
Ah it's a British thing I think. Well it's relatively easy peasy but longy wongy cooking time wise! :happy:

It's yellow split peas held in a muslin bag in the cooking water of the ham. They swell up and then you mash them. VERY tasty! You can get small tins of it here too - nowhere near as good though.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pease_pudding
 

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So, it's like Islamic pea soup...

:scratchhead:

Just kidding. Muslin is like a cheesecloth?
 
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