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Love your Leftovers Lunchbox Beef Noodle Soup

This recipe was created as part of the Sainsbury’s Love your Leftovers challenge, we’ve combined it with our weekly packed lunch link-up. Sainsbury’s challenged me to cook a roast dinner of my choice and creatively use up the leftovers. We chose to make roast beef dinner, mainly because of the necessity of Yorkshire pudding... As I expected, there was loads of leftover meat. 

My family take packed lunches and so some of the leftovers needed to be used in a packed lunch. The kids love Chinese style noodle soups. This one is a really quick simple version, low cost and great for feeding families. It keeps hot in a Thermos flask until lunch.

For full recipe & the Friday packed lunch linky which you are welcome to link up all your brown bag/packed lunch style recipes for savouries, cakes or any packed lunch ideas. (I will pin the recipes linked on my pinterest boards & G+ them too) click through to my blog here

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