Leftovers that You can turn into Sishebos

18 May 2016

After a big family feast, the chances are high that you will have a ton of leftovers on hand that you simply won’t know what to do with. We at Your Perfect Sishebo suggest putting them to good use by whipping up a nutritious weekday meal. You can do so by using one of the many sishebo recipes available on our website. Whether you have leftover meat or leftover vegetables available, we have the best possible recipe to use to ensure that those delicious bits and pieces don’t go to waste!

Leftover Meat
The great thing about sishebos is the fact that the majority of them are cooked for long periods of time. This means that it is possible to use cheaper cuts of meat (or leftovers, for that matter) as ingredients without compromising on taste or texture. If after a family feast, you are left with a good few pieces of meat that were perhaps not as tender as the rest, you can put them to better use in one of your favourite sishebo dishes. Just remember to cook them promptly after the feast – if left in the fridge for a day or two, the meat will start to spoil rather quickly.

Do you have a large amount of leftover beef? This recipe for a classic beef sishebo (made by the talented Team Meropa on the Your Perfect Sishebo show) is ideal.

Perhaps you have a lot of leftover chicken? This traditional chicken sishebo (made by the versatile Team Pitseng on the Your Perfect Sishebo show) is always a winner.

For leftover lamb, give this easy recipe for lamb and potato sishebo a try.

Leftover Vegetables
Most of the time, we are so concerned about adding meat to our meals that we forget just how tasty an all-vegetable dish can be when made with love and creativity. Below are four suggestions for mouth-watering, veggie-centric meals:

Never again will your leftovers be thrown in the bin! Now you can make every morsel count. For more inspiration, you can find a variety of other classic sishebo recipes here.

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