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Leftover Good Food! cauliflower (no cheese sauce!)


GOING cold turkey is no sufferance for Jonny Nicholson of The Sail Loft in Southwold. It might be a stand-in joke that


the Christmas turkey lingers in the fridge and gets hauled out ever more inventively to use it up, despite the protests from the gathered clan every dinnertime. But I am sure there will be millions of households tucking into turkey curry come December 27th. I have to say cold cuts with


all the condiments is a real treat on Boxing Day, cooked turkey and all the trimmings eat so differently with buttered new potatoes, hearty salads and relishes than when you have the roasted bird and the multitude of veggies, side dishes and festive delights on the groaning dining table. No-one wants to run out of


the main event for your loved ones so of course it is near inevitable that we will always have leftovers come Boxing Day and for the record, I have to say I am rather partial to turkey curry.


Right on with the leftovers.


With Christmas Day and the ensuing overindulgence and/or hangover a thing of rosy-hued memory for another year, what to do with the carcass and tasty remnants. Here are some different ideas


to help you conjure up some delicious delights from your leftover cooked bird. They work pretty universally with any cold roasted poultry - chicken, goose, duck, wild game. How about served up with ribbon pasta such as tagliatelle, dried or fresh, boiled until al dente, folded into a cream, stock and white wine sauce with garlic- sautéd mushrooms, broad beans (defrosted) and a scattering of crispy bacon; or as a risotto using a stock from the turkey bones, onion, garlic and white wine with buttery leeks and butternut squash; perhaps as Mexican fajitas use a packet spice mix or blend your own oregano, cumin, smoked paprika, coriander, cayenne and cinnamon to taste, fried with an


onion, chopped courgette, red pepper and sliced mushrooms, spiked with lime juice and served up in tortilla wraps or taco shells; in a classic turkey, ham and mushroom pie, using a shortcrust base and puff pastry top, mixed into a rich, white sauce; last of all is mixed into bubble’n’squeak cakes, crisp- fried and topped with poached eggs. Cooked turkey really is too good to waste… Happy New Year, enjoy 2019! Jonny


Jonny Nicholson,


Chef – Owner, The Bell At Sax’, Saxmundham and The Sail Loft in Southwold


The Bell At Sax’, High


Street, Saxmundham IP17 1AF. Relaxing neighbourhood restaurant-with-rooms with good food, lounge bar and two dining rooms. Book for our new Sunday


Lunch Carvery (just £10.95) and our Tuesday Themed Suppers, plus our Christmas and New Year festive events and party nights W: www. thebellatsax.co.uk T: 01728 602331. The Sail Loft, Ferry Road,


Southwold IP18 6HQ. Our beachside café-bar-restaurant, proudly using local, seasonal, Suffolk ingredients – find us by Southwold’s dunes near the campsite and lifeboat station. Book for our daily specials: Monday Madness – two courses for £10; Curry-tastic Tuesday; Wednesday Burger Bonanza; Thursday Themed Suppers; Friday Steak Night. W: www. sailloftsouthwold.uk T: 01502 725713.


LEFTOVER TURKEY CURRY


If you want to go the whole


hog with toasting your own spices in a more authentic Indian style, then there are some good recipes online, just start googling. The recipe is very flexible


as it should be for leftovers, so do throw in those chopped- up roast potatoes, parsnips and carrots, cooked leeks, peas or


etc. I tend to use whole spices if I have the time, if not, a ready- made madras or a jalfrezi paste works well. Do jazz the recipe up with a couple of handfuls of optional extras for texture and sweetness, things like nuts (flaked almonds, dessicated coconut, crushed pistachios or cooked chestnuts), dried fruits (raisins, sultanas, apricots or cranberries) plus a tablespoon or two of an exotic condiment (mango chutney, hot lime pickle, pineapple relish). Lots of wilted spinach folded in the end really adds something too. Enjoy with plain, steamed rice or even better a jewelled, buttery pilau. Sunflower, rapeseed or groundnut oil 1 large onion, peeled and diced Home-made turkey stock or a good chicken bouillon cube 1 tbsp chopped garlic 1 tbsp chopped root ginger 1 red chilli, deseeded and finely-chopped Curry paste to taste (2 - 3 tbsp to start) Tin chopped tomatoes 2 tbsp honey


2 tbsp lemon juice 4 handfuls of cooked turkey, cut into large dice Leftover vegetables, roughly diced


Optional choice of nuts, dried fruits or condiment Optional baby spinach Few tbsp of Greek yoghurt


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Handful of fresh coriander, shredded Over a medium heat, soften


the onion in a deep saucepan, covered, stirring regularly. In a separate covered saucepan, bring the stock or made-up bouillon to the simmer. When starting to lightly brown on the edges, stir in the garlic, ginger and chilli, cover and continue cooking for a few minutes. Turn up to hot, add the curry paste and stir-fry for a few more minutes. When it starts to stick, add the tomatoes, the same volume of hot stock or bouillon, honey and lemon juice. Simmer on a medium heat for a few minutes, then fold in the turkey and leftover vegetables, plus enough extra stock to just cover the solids. Replace the lid and continue cooking, stirring gently and intermittently until the curry is just simmering. Now is the time to fold in the optional extras or spinach. Reheat again to a simmer, stirring gently all the time. Swirl with yoghurt and scatter over the coriander before serving.


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Sizewell C Have your say


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