Tonight came to realize that no one has been shopping for far too long in this house and that it is the crisis in the fridge.
After an archaeological excavation in the kitchen drawer bottoms which left me a beautiful bump (it will teach me not to close the cupboard doors!), I found a box of sardines, spaghetti and bread rassi … as well as half a moldy chicken leg that Abbot and Costello the maggots has chosen as their home.
I send Abbott and Costello with their house to the trash. Yes I know, I am cruel! Then I cooked the rest of the ingredients and I think the end result was not that bad.
So if you too are like me and you are struggling to cook at the moment, or you do not know what to cook, this is my containment recipe :
• A can of sardines in oil;
• Cooked spaghetti, but I’m almost sure it works with tagliatelle;
• A piece of stale bread.
If your drawer is a cornucopia you can add:
• A tablespoon of capers;
• The zest of a lemon;
• And a little parsley for the finish.
First cook your pasta.
Pour the sardine oil in a frying pan and heat it. Mix your piece of bread and toast your breadcrumbs thus obtained in the famous oil.
Add the pasta and mashed sardines to the fork (personally I like my pasta toast a bit at that time.)
When ready to serve, you can add the capers, the zest of your lemon and the parsley.
Enjoy your meal !