Spicy Gourmet Dinner. in 5mins for Only 2$.

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Introduction: Spicy Gourmet Dinner. in 5mins for Only 2$.

Coming home from a rather beer-thirsty night i found
to components in my storage cabinet, that i spontaneously
combined for an amazing gourmet result.

I always keep a can of Lentil-soup or two in case a war breaks out
and longlife food goes up in value.

Also i recently bought a few glasses of "Arrabiata"-Sauce,
cos they were on offer.

Just by throwing it together i suddenly had an extremely tasty meal,
that would make a few indian restaurants i know look really bad.

Step 1: Open Can.

Try not to fall over an hurt yourself, while you simply open
the can of Lentil-Soup.

Pour into a big pot.

Step 2: Add "arrabiata"-sauce

twist off the top of the glass of ready-to-eat
"arrabiata"-sauce.

pour into pot.

Step 3: Turn on Stove

light a fire under the pot.

Step 4: Stir

stir.

In case you have some sour cream or mild handy - u might
wanna add some to make the taste a bit richer.

just in case. It´s fine without, too.

Step 5: Eat.

you don´t even have to cook the meal.
Once it reaches a good eating temperature
you´re done.

2 mins, if you´re a fast can-opener :-)



Bon Appetit!

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    7 Comments

    hehe...i thought the pups in the first pic were pot bellied pigs hahaha they look like little wolf-pig hybrids

    3 replies

    /agrees I would have thought they were pigs until crapfinger actually pointed out they are not. I had no idea why you had pigs in the guide.....then again, i have no idea why you have dogs in it either.

    because they are super cute?

    It's simple, and I make good of what I have in tins sometimes, and you can make good.

    L

    (I tend to throw chilli sauce in everything though...)

    Yea, add some pics! This sounds tasty though! I really like Indian Food, so it might suit my taste buds.

    Any pictures of the finished product?
    Make it again, taking pictures this time, and add it to the Real Simple contest!