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This year I’ve ordered a large Turkey and as always I’ll have lots of lovely veggies in my fridge. I intend to get really creative and see how many different meals I can create with leftovers. One of the biggest challenges I face is making sure all of the delicious leftovers don’t go to waste. This year I’ve teamed up with @aeg.uk to create some amazing leftover recipes. AEG’s fridges are enabled with a TwinTech cooling system, which ensures the food in the fridge is stored at the optimum temperature and humidity, which means everything stays fresher for longer. Leaves are crispier, apples are crunchier and everything's tastier. The spacious drawer also means if you buy a lot of fresh produce (like me!) there's always room for keeping it that way. Just what you need. My recipe that I share with you today is perfect for using up leftovers. We are all going to have leftover turkey and you will probably have at least two of the vegetables that I’ve used, if not get creative and use what you do have. To be in with a chance to win this amazing fridge simply post a photo of your Christmas leftover meal using the hashtag #AEGTasteNotWaste. Don’t forget to follow AND tag AEG! What are you waiting for?!
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300g leftover turkey
1/4 red cabbage - sliced
6-8 radishes - sliced
2 handfuls mixed salad leaves
1 red chilli - sliced
1 carrot - sliced into ribbons with a peeler (see stories)
2 spring onions sliced
1-2 teaspoons sesame seeds
Bang Bang Dressing
1 tablespoon peanut butter
2 tablespoons sesame oil
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1 tablespoon maple syrup
Juice of 1-2 limes
1 clove crushed garlic
1 teaspoon grated ginger
Mix all of the dressing ingredients in a large bowl, loosening with more lime if too thick.
Season with pepper. Spoon out 2 teaspoons and set aside.
Pull the turkey apart into chunks. Add to the dressing and toss so that the chicken is
Arrange the Vegetables on a plate and add the turkey. Squeeze a little more lime into the
reserved dressing and drizzle onto the salad. Finish with some sesame seeds. Enjoy!