You are here: Home » Dinner » Grill Once, Eat Twice Grill Once, Eat Twice Cooking Show,Dinner,Featured Article,Our Sponsors,Recipes http://relish.com/articles/grilled-leftovers/ by RelishJuly 4, 2011 Make tonight's leftover Teriyaki Rosemary Beef Kababs tomorrow's lo mein. Kikkoman-USA http://pgoarelish2.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/rosemary_beef_kabobs-057.jpg Share this: Pin ItEmailPrint One of the best things about grilling, (other than not having a dirty kitchen to clean up) is that tonight’s grilled feast can be tomorrow’s quick dinner. Grilled steak, veggies, or chicken can be tossed into pasta or a frittata providing most (if not all) of the flavor, plus a subtle smokiness. The other night we grilled chicken quarters and zucchini tossed with baby red onions. The next night I threw together a quick frittata: Into a 12-inch nonstick skillet went a pile of leftover linguine, next some chopped up deli ham, then the chopped leftover grilled zucchini (which was already seasoned of course). I then scrambled up 5 eggs and poured that over the contents of the pan, and sprinkled with some sharp white cheddar and feta cheese. Yum. Here a couple of recipes for the “before” part, plus a couple of “after” possibilities as well, like a yummy chicken salad with Asian flair and an easy fried rice that you can gussy up with practically anything. —By Jill Melton, Relish Editor Share this: Pin ItEmailPrint Teriyaki Rosemary Beef Kabobs from Kikkoman Marinated sirloin steak is cubed and threaded on skewers with vegetables then grilled for an easy crowd-pleasing main dish. Italian Beef and Bread Salad Leftovers of this sturdy salad make good brown-bag lunches. Quick Chinese Chicken Salad from Kikkoman Classic Fried Rice from Kikkoman A quick-and-easy fried rice dish for a simple evening meal.