Tuna, Quorn (if you fancy it), and/or chicken.
Leftover pasta sauce
An onion if you have it
A vegetable (broccoli and mushrooms work well but literally anything will do)
Sweetcorn or frozen peas
A dusty can from the back of the cupboard, preferably containing kidney beans or chick peas
Herbs and/or spices
Cheese (if you don't have cheese beg a nice flatmate or outright steal some)
Method Cook the vegetable(s). Hopefully you know how to do this.
Add the pasta sauce (top tip: swirl the bottom out with a little water), tinned goods, peas (maybe).
Season! If the thought of using herbs reduces you to a whimpering mess just add pepper. However, the quality of fridge surprise is immensely increased when a good dash of basil and chilli powder is added.
Transfer to a plate or bowl if your feeling fancy.
Sprinkle/load with grated cheese.
Serve with whatever carbohydrate you have.
Carbs: It depends
- of which sugars: Stop being a fusspot
Fat: Depends how liberal you were with the cheese
- of which saturated fat: See above.
Salt: Less than a 3am kebab
If your eating fridge surprise you should just be happy your full, never mind the nutritional value.
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