I’m using yesterday’s leftover flank steak, a Balsamic Flank Steak recipe for a simple tossed salad tonight. I often use leftover chicken, seafood or steak to top a salad the next day. It’s a trick restaurants use to utilize leftover cooked proteins (think Caesar Salads topped with proteins), why not incorporate it into your own menu planning?
No leftover flank steak? Leftover shredded chicken or turkey would be a great stand-in – a sliced ripe pear would be a delicious vegetarian option.
The blue cheese is optional, as well. If crumbled feta or goat cheese are what’s in your fridge, by all means, substitute one of those cheese for the blue.
Disclaimer: This is not a recipe you can whip up in 30 minutes. This is a Polish Grandmother Recipe. And anyone who is a Polish Grandmother, or anyone who has a Polish Grandmother, or anyone (like me) who lives next door to a Polish Grandmother, knows that Polish Grandmother Recipes can’t be completed in less than thirty minutes. But … Full recipe post »
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