When you’re too lazy to cook and recycle your food 😎
Few days ago, I cooked Bolognese Sauce and we haven’t ate them all, I still have them in the fridge. Today, since I was too lazy to cook, so I took it out and recooked them and make a very quick menu for you all 😎
I normally make this for the kids at my daycare on Thursday or Friday for their afternoon snack after when they had soup for lunch. They love this mini pizza 🤭
What you need is Bread, any kind of nread you want, in this I used Hönökaka. Hönökaka (English: Hönö bread or Hönö cake) is a type of Swedish flat soft white pricked bread. It is named after the island town Hönö in Gothenburg’s northern archipelago, and was originally baked by the people living on said archipelago’s different islands. The bread is baked in round flat pieces, but is normally sold as half-circles. In 2014, industrially made hönökaka was produced by two manufactures, Åkes Äkta Hönökakor and Pågen. Just as with crispbread, the hönökaka was holed so that they could be hung from the rafters on poles. The bread was stored for a long time and was often eaten even after it gone stale and hard.
I N G R E D I E N T S
- Your Bolognese sauce mix with sweet corn
- Mozarella cheese
H O W T O P R E P A R E
- Spread the butter on your bread then put it the Bolognese sauce and on top of it your Mozarella.
- Put it in the oven for about 3-5 minutes in 225C.
- For mine, I always put Chilli powder 😁
- That’s it.. Enjoy!