A Pot Noodle sandwich? Yes! We like to experience cultural refinery at the Professional Moron office, and nothing speaks class like a bespoke sandwich with a noodle filling. Our esteemed editor, Mr. Wapojif, dreamt up this concept in early 2012, but only now it has finally reached fruition. Today is a glorious day.
We’ve gone on a lot about noodles on this blog in 2015 (Oodles of Noodles), but the Pot Noodle sandwich is a merger of all things bread and noodles. As a result, it takes the noodle experience to a splendiferous new level. For this we can only thank Mr. Wapojif’s absurd brain, which had the tenacity to conceive this idiotic recipe, and bow before him at the altar of ridiculousness.
Pot Noodle Sandwich: Required Ingredients
You won’t need much for this – sandwiches aren’t overly complicated, you know. If you’re a bit stupid, though, here’s the list of requirements:
- 1 Pot Noodle.
- 1 ciabatta.
- 1 plate.
You’ll also need a kettle, unless you want the noodles raw on your bread. This would be gross. To prepare the sandwich one needs to boil the kettle, brew up the Pot Noodle, and toast (if one wants to) up the ciabatta. The bread option is really up to you. You may want to leave it be in order for it to truly soak up the noodle based nutrients and overall goodness.
Whatever you decide, once the Pot Noodle has brewed simply slop it over the bread. Et voila! You have made a Pot Noodle sandwich. Congratulations!
The Pot Noodle Sandwich
The result, you’ll agree, is quite spectacular. On a culinary level the merger of noodles and bread has long been overdue, providing a carbohydrate hit which will leave you feeling bloated, unsettled, and wholly uncomfortable. But full, too, and being full is what it’s all about!
In total this meal costs about £2 ($4) to make, so it’s absolutely ideal for students and working class reprobates. If you’re in a total pig-out mood, however, it’s the ideal recipe to make you feel miserable about yourself after consumption. Truly, the Pot Noodle sandwich is a modern marvel.