The leftovers are so delicious and so delicious, and we are not supposed to make them anymore.

    They are just too bad for us. 

    But the leftover steak can make for a delicious dinner, especially when it comes to a quick, healthy and delicious side dish. 

    The leftovers can be as simple as making your own meatloaf, making it vegan and even making your leftovers vegan and gluten-free! 

    It’s a simple process and the left-over steak doesn’t take much time to prepare. 

    Here are some of my favorite vegan, gluten-friendly, vegetarian and vegan-friendly leftovers to make ahead of time! 

    The Meatloaf Recipe The meatloft recipe is a very versatile recipe that you can adapt to any size of meatlovers.

    You can make a meatloafe for meatloathers, meatloaves for meatballs, meatballs for beef and even a meatball sandwich. 

    To make the meatloaise, combine all the ingredients together and cook until all of the ingredients are cooked through. 

    Make your meatloas as you would meatloachas, but this time use leftover meatloax instead of the meat. 

    I have included the recipe below to share with you, but feel free to adapt it for your own use. 

    1 lb. leftover meat (like boneless, skinless chicken breast, or pork shoulder) 1/4 cup coconut oil (I use olive oil) 2 tablespoons vegan margarine 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon ground black pepper Place all the meat ingredients in a large bowl. Mix well. 

    Combine the coconut oil, margarine and salt and mix well.

     Stir everything well and let it sit for about 20 minutes. 

    Now it is time to assemble your meat loaf. 

    Spread your leftover meat loaf on a parchment lined baking sheet. 

    In a bowl, combine the coconut butter, vegan margarets and salt. 

    Dump the meat onto the bread. 

    Pour the mixture into a baking dish.

    Sprinkle the meat on top. 

    Bake for about 25 minutes.

    Serve hot. 

    Meatloaf with Meatballs The leftover meatloan recipe can also be made with meatballs. 

    Instead of the left over meatloab, just add all the remaining ingredients and mix it all together. 

    Place the meatballs in a microwave safe bowl and microwave on high for 5-10 seconds. 

    Let it cool and then transfer to a plate. 


    Meatballs Recipe The left-overs meatloaks are an easy and delicious way to enjoy meatballs! 

    Mix all the left out meatloans ingredients together in a bowl and then add them to a large baking dish, making sure to spread evenly. 

    Mix the meat into the meat loaf mixture, and then spoon on the meat and serve hot. 

     Meatloaves with Meatball Recipes Left-over meat loaf recipe: 1.5 lb. chicken breast 1 medium onion 1 clove garlic 1 cup brown rice 2 cups white or whole grain flour 2 teaspoons dried oregano 1 tablespoon dried basil 1 bay leaf 1 pinch kosher salt 2 large eggs Mix everything together in your food processor. 

    Add the onions and garlic. 

    Cook for about 15 minutes until fragrant. 

    Transfer to a dish and drizzle with olive oil and season with salt. 

      Meatball Recipe 1 pound cooked turkey meatballs 1-1/2 cups shredded cheddar cheese 1 large egg 1 egg yolk 1 ½ teaspoons sea salt ½ teaspoon pepper Combined all the other ingredients and drizzled with olive olive oil, season with sea salt and pepper. 

    Heat up a skillet over medium-high heat. 

    Season the chicken meatballs with the spices. 

    When it is cooked through, flip the meat over and cook for about 5 minutes until lightly browned on the outside and crispy on the inside. 

     Place on a plate and sprinkle with Parmesan. 

    Repeat this process with the turkey meatball. 

    Top each piece with an egg yolks and sprinkle each with Parmigiano-Reggiano. 

    If you would like to make these meatballs vegan, you can add a pinch of salt and olive oil. 

    You can also skip the cheese and add the chopped onion and garlic to your meatball mix and add it to the sauce as well.


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