Baked Tuna Pasta
Have you ever written a post and then deleted it by accident? Because I just did. Part of me hates myself but I have a lot of time in my hands. At least, I'm convinced that I do. Whilst everybody here is studying, thinking, searching for inspiration on what to write in their essay and thesis. I'm here trying to recall the post that I deleted.
I usually wouldn't stay in the diamond for more than half a day (excluding the EYH week) but I got out of my house very early this morning for a tutorial class which I could've just gone for a bit a later. I managed to convince my lazy ass that the earlier I leave the house, the more productive I'll be. Summing up today, I can say that it's partly true. Instead of sleeping, I actually did my tutorial during tutorial which is an improvement. Plus, I also managed to not sleep during the day.
Yesterday was Amir's birthday. We held a birthday party that wasn't very much like a birthday party. Nobody wanted to sing for Amir and it was pretty depressing. Headed to 'my other house' around 4 to cook up some baked tuna pasta. We ended up making two roasters of it. We then proceeded to hang out until 10, reminiscing our KMKN days. It was refreshing. I haven't lepak-ed with a group of people for a while and so, catching up with my homies was fun.
To make the title of this post significant, I shall state how Hannah and I made the Baked Tuna Pasta.
Ingredients:Canned Tuna, Spaghetti Sauce, Pasta, Sriracha, Cheese, Eggs
Method:Cook the pasta according to the instructions on the packet.Heat and mix together the canned tuna, spaghetti sauce, sriracha and other seasonings to your taste.Combine the pasta and the sauce together and keep on mixing it or something to cool it down.Crack an egg or a few, according to how firm you'd like your baked pasta to be. The more you add, the firmer it'll be.Top it up with cheese and bake it at gas mark 7 for 20 minutes or until it looks good enough to eat.
Hannah keeps on telling me that there's a ghost in my bedroom.