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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    crapflinger

    11 years ago on Introduction

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

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    _diyMATTcrapflinger

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    /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.

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    lemonie

    11 years ago on Introduction

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

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

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    Brennn10

    11 years ago on Introduction

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