Throw Stuff In A Pot and Hope It Turns Out Good [Recipe+Instructional Videos]

Katryna Jolene

Katryna Jolene

Katryna Jolene is a mother of 4 beautiful, intelligent and playful children and she holds down 3 separate paying jobs. She is living proof that having a family to support doesn't have to come at the cost of healthy living and eating!
Katryna Jolene

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So as I’ve said before, I’m busy, like all the time…and that makes me a ‘lazy’ cook.

I’ve mentioned before that my go-to meal is

“Throw stuff in a pot and hope it turns out good”.

I’m sure that’s not grammatically correct, and probably sounds gross, but 99% of the time it does turn out good.

There is that 1% that is just not good though. Unappealing and basically not edible. But trial and error is my thing.

I have learned to be cautious with nutritional yeast.

Scrambled tofu with a pile of nutritional yeast and cucumber is not good…at all. Pretty yucky actually.

I mentioned my method to a friend and she asked me:

“What the hell does that mean? Throw stuff in a pot…that’s bonkers, you need a recipe.”

I replied with:

“Nuh uh. Recipes are for people who want to read their food. I don’t have time for that nonsense.”

So I made a 3 part (very short) video series of how I make my ” Throw stuff in a pot and hope it turns out good.”

Throw Stuff In A Pot and Hope It Turns Out Good [Recipe+Instructional Videos]

Things you’ll need for this recipe:

  1. a pot
  2. probably a cutting board and a chopping tool
  3. stuff (to throw in the pot)

Crank the volume and enjoy.

I warn you though, my kitchen is a disaster as my 10 year old son has just taken to cooking for himself, and I have not yet taken to cleaning up after him.

That is how I do garlic. I thought about buying a special tool once, but forgot and a plastic jar of coconut oil works like a hot damn.

I have recently learned that I LOVE leeks. They’re are super duper good for you and delicious…plus so much fun to chop. And, when I’m chopping them, the kids get the hell out of my kitchen. They are the best vegetable ever!

And that’s how it’s done folks. So easy! And I literally use anything I find in the kitchen.

I don’t usually season with anything because whenever I sit down to eat, my food gets jacked by the baby.

But you feel free to experiment!

I hope you enjoyed and had a giggle!

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Katryna Jolene
Katryna Jolene is a mother of 4 beautiful, intelligent and playful children and she holds down 3 separate paying jobs. She is living proof that having a family to support doesn't have to come at the cost of healthy living and eating!

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