The Internet is a storehouse of hundreds of thousands of recipes and recipes. A quick search for any given dish will reveal many different ways to make the same dish. But sometimes, just reading a recipe or watching its video might not be enough. Cooking something in your own kitchen requires some skill and knowledge, otherwise the recipe can result in fun cooking. Recently, a Twitter user tried British food writer and cookbook author Nigella Lawson’s soup recipe. The result was a strange and relatable glitch that a user shared on the micro-blogging platform. Have a look:
@Nigella_Lawson Today you tried to make Carrot and Coriander Soup.
Hit a glitch at Step 5.
The taste of the pill in my mouth was amazing. pic.twitter.com/iGMQitgGYn— Tony (@ToniD01707687) October 7, 2021
In the picture shared by the user, we can see a mixer blender turned into a mess and a complete mess in the kitchen. The lid of the blender was nowhere to be seen and the puree was scattered all over the surrounding areas on its way to the ceiling!
The dish the user was trying to make was Carrot Coriander Soup, the recipe of which was shared. nigella lawson. “Today you tried making Carrot and Coriander Soup. Hit a glitch at step 5. The shot in my mouth tasted amazing,” read the tweet, which has garnered over 6k likes and hundreds of retweets from users.
The related cooking mess won responses from many users. Actually, Nigella Lawson herself sympathized with the Twitter user. Have a look:
Poor! I once had a beet soup incident…- Nigella Lawson (@Nigella_Lawson) October 7, 2021
“Poor you! I once had such an incident of beet soup,” she wrote. number of others twitter user Soup can also be related by accident. While some shared their own cooking fails, others suggested alternatives or solutions to prevent this from happening.
Take a look at some of the responses:
Oopsie! Many incidents happened to me???? When cooking things like this!- Rebecca ??????????????????????? (@RebCoPTrainee) October 7, 2021
Oh my god I’m so sorry, but I just shook my head at this, I like the last sentence????. Fantastic kitchen btw.— Katy Burroughs (@katijborough) October 7, 2021
I did this from a can of condensed milk I was boiling to make banofi. Mum says she can still see its remains after 25 years??????? I was not popular.- Rossiposi???? #StayathomeSavelivesProtectNHS???? (@RosyPosy_kitteh) October 7, 2021
I think you should leave out the part that is on the cupboard; It’s quite artistic.—John Kay (@frumioj) October 7, 2021
It made me smile at the end of a very tiring day… Thanks! And better luck next time in the kitchen… – Preeti Gaikwad (@pritscribe) October 7, 2021
This is why I never add tart hot liquids. I always opt for an immersion blender for soups and such.—Dan Flannery (@DanFlanery) October 7, 2021
This is art! I’ll print a big one and frame it for my kitchen- better than a bowl of fruit lol- Kelloveslife???????????? (@kelloveslife) October 7, 2021
My favourite #adidas The instructor is no more. Everything else took a good bit of elbow grease but is back to normal now (apart from the odd wicked splatter that keeps showing up) — Tony (@ToniD01707687) 8 October 2021
In fact, the Twitter user who later shared the original tweet said that he managed to recreate the soup excellent result. Have a look:
Well, we can definitely say that all’s well that ends well! Has this ever happened to you too? Tell us any personal anecdotes in the comments below.