Nigel Slater’s recipes for bubble and squeak fritters, and chocolate ginger spice cakes


Lovely leftovers will give you a second helping of your festive feastAnd then there were the crumbs. If I am honest, I love this moment as much, if not more, than the Christmas Day feast itself.

The bits left behind. The ragged lumps of cold roast bird pulled from the bones; the last caramelised parsnip prized from the roasting tin; a tiny helping of cold roast potatoes to wolf from the fridge at midnight.You can use up leftover brussels sprouts (there is almost bound to be some) by adding them to a potato fry-up – like bubble and squeak – but this is something worth making from scratch, too: soft mash, chopped cabbage or rainbow chard, made into rough patties or mounds and fried until crisp. I banish any hint of “leftovers” with an accompanying vivid green sauce, made with basil, capers and lemon.

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