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Here’s something that I ate today, called Shloganoff, which is obviously the Shlog version of stroganoff. Ingredients:


-Cream of mushroom soup




-Horseradish deli mustard that was purchased by accident but turned out to be good anyways


I like to leave the measurements up to the reader. Theoretically, you could use anywhere from 1-100 noodles, a spoonful or gallon of mustard, etc. I’m just giving you a jumping off point man.

Here’s how to make it:

Remember in the ingredients section right above this one where it says to have some water? Get that right now. Put it in a pot and bring it to a boil. Dump the pasta into the boiling water. Wait for the pasta to be done cooking. Drain the water out. Pour some cream of mushroom soup over the pasta. Add some of that horseradish mustard in. Sprinkle a little cheese on. Take the broccoli and spinach, and chop them up. Add those in too. Then it’s pretty much done. You can eat it now.

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