I had some chorizo and some bits of chicken left and a hungry kid…. so this is what I made with my magic pan
Oh! But first, let me explain about my magic pan…
I found it in a market by accident; I had almost no money left. As the guy at the stall was telling me how brilliant it was, an elderly lady went past as I was asking things and commented that she had bought three and then carried on with her shopping trolley.
I had to stop her so I did and asked her the questions instead of the stall guy.
I was charmed but I didn’t have 50 euros so the guy told me that he could sell one at a cheaper rate only because it had a little bump…. so I bought it.
Then I went to look it up in the web and found that it was sold for 125 euros upwards so apparently I had struck a good bargain. All I had to do is see if this magic pan actually did what it was meant to do.
It did! I found tonnes of recipes and since I’ve had it, I haven’t used anything else to cook food with. With just one magic pan, I can do just about everything.
Here is the magic pan:
Here is the pan that goes in the magic pan:
Here is the ring that goes in the lid:
Here is the lid and the whole ensemble:
So… now that you’ve met my magic pan, let me tell you what I made for lunch today:
I put some pasta in the pan, then I added a bit of a package of dried vegetable and semola soup, I added some salt and some olive oil and after that I mixed it all up and covered it all with water.
I closed the pan, programmed it for 4 minutes and then, when I opened it, I added the leftovers of the chorizo and chicken and mixed it all.
Then I decided that a scrambled egg would be ok so I added one egg:
I mixed it all with the plastic spoon,
And then served it.
(I sprinkled some parsley over the top)