I wrote about these fantastic roasted potatoes a couple of weeks ago and had some leftover which inspired my wacky creation. However, in the interest of food safety, I must be clear that these posts (though I would like to be more up to date) are not in real time. I ate the potatoes the day after making them, not a week and a half later. Though I'm sure a few days old wouldn't hurt. As my mom used to tell me when I frantically called her with food age questions, "Is it green (and shouldn't be)? Does it smell bad? Then I'm sure it's fine." Those are definitely words to live by when cleaning out the fridge for weird and wonderful leftover meals.
Here's what I made:
I quickly fried up the potatoes and reheated some spaghetti sauce and then layered everything together (a little sideways so the potatoes didn't get soggy from the sauce) : potatoes, spinach, sauce and crumbled goat's cheese on top. It was delicious. I'm not sure I'd purposely set out to make this from scratch but the next time I have these items in my fridge I will give it another go. All things I love in one bowl (not the spinach - that was for a bit of greenery - I don't dislike it but I wouldn't say I loooooove it).
Tell me - what's your weird and wonderful creation? It doesn't have to be made on a Wednesday (this wasn't). Something you thought might be hit or miss but was a straight up hit from the start...