Tasty leftover beef recipes

Use up your leftover beef with some of these delicious midweek recipes.

leftover roast beef

by Emily Gilbert |

A joint of beef can stretch pretty far on a good day and if you've got leftovers from a Sunday roast, there's plenty of recipes you can use them for during the week which are both economical and delicious.

Here are a few of our favourites...

Leftover beef recipes

Beef stroganoff

Beef Stroganoff

A versatile dish, this creamy Beef Stroganoff from Donna Dundas can be served with rice, pasta or potatoes.

Beef curry

Beef curry

You can't go wrong with a good curry! This roast beef version from Easy Peasy Foodie takes just 30 minutes so it's ideal for whipping up a weekday.

Beef sandwich

roast beef

A classic we simply had to include, there are of course many ways you might fancy building your beef sandwich but we love this recipe from Jimmy Doherty which pairs roast beef with soft onions and loads of oozy melted cheese. Delicious!

Beef stew

beef stew

A warming meal for cold evenings, this hearty beef stew from Tesco can be made with whatever you have lying around the kitchen, making it great for clearing the fridge.

Beef shawarma

Beef shawarma

A delicious option for lunch (or as part of dinner), try this beef shawarma recipe where leftover beef is combined with lots of veggies and piled on flatbreads.

Beef Pie

Beef Pie

A recipe that's bound to be a hit with the whole family, this roast beef pie is made with shortcrust pastry and can be filled with whatever leftover vegetables you have.

Discover more tasty pie recipes.

Beef chilli

Beef chilli

Rather than using beef mince like a traditional chilli, this recipe from My Gorgeous Recipes uses leftover roast beef instead. A great one for batch cooking and filling the freezer.

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