Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Edited 2 June 2011: Cooking instructions have been added for those who didn’t get the joke…
So, we’ve established that Mr T knows more about the vacuum than I do, but the kitchen is still my domain.
After placing two packets of Maggi 2 Minute Noodles into a saucepan, Mr T asked me, ‘If I put two packets in, do I boil it for two or four minutes?’
‘Are you serious?’ I asked.
He didn’t smile or laugh; he patiently (and very seriously) waited for my answer.
When I started laughing instead of answering, he sheepishly said, ‘It’s two minutes isn’t it?’
And for those who have never cooked Maggi 2 Minute Noodles or have never cooked more than one packet at a time – whether you’re cooking 1, 2 or even 10 packets of noodles, the most common way of cooking them is to place the noodles in a saucepan, cover them with water and then bring it to the boil.
Regardless of how many packets of noodles are in the saucepan, after bringing it to the boil, you only boil it for a further 2 minutes.
Sorry if this ruins the punch line, but I’ve found myself explaining the cooking method for noodles to several people. Thank Christ Mr T wasn't attempting a soufflé…