Sometimes people accuse me for being ineffective because I make food in a coffee maker. They obviously don't get the point at all. Of course I realize that it's more effective to cook on a stove or whatever. Kaffekokarkokboken is an experiment and me and Dan are doing this because we think it's a fun and creative project. And for those who still thinks we're ineffective take a closer look at this recipe. It's like a two birds with one stone recipe!
I call this dish for "Korvetti" in Swedish. It's a mix between the Swedish words for sausage and spaghetti. I guess the English name for the dish would be something like Sausaghetti. Hmm... The Swedish names for coffee maker cooked dishes never sounds as clever in English.
Ha! I just googled sausaghetti and found this dish! All though it wasn't made in a coffee maker.
This is how you cook your sausaghetti in a coffee maker.
Divide the sausage into smaller pieces, break the spaghetti and fit in some of the spaghetti straws into the sausages. Put it in the coffee maker can, pour oil over it and also some salt. Add water in the coffee maker brewer and start your coffee maker.
Depending on what type of spaghetti you have the cooking time can vary. My sausaghetti was done after approximately 45 minutes after I poured water in the brewer. Turn off your coffee maker.
Pour off the water and add butter onto the sausaghetti. Stir. Place the sausaghetti on a plate and add ketchup.
Prepare the sausaghetti together with your kids, they will love it!
"Mommiiiie, let go of my sausaghetti!"
The filter thingy works great as a strainer as well in coffee maker cooking.
Photo: Dan Sörensen.
Haha vilka söta, rolig idé! Fin blogg! :)