9 kitchen disasters that will make you feel like a better chef
We’ve all had our fair share of kitchen mishaps, whether it’s big or small. Sometimes you leave the chicken in the oven just a little too long, or accidentally let your pasta water boil over. We’ve compiled our top 9 kitchen nightmares that you’re lucky to have never experienced.
Check out our favorites in this slideshow and let us know which ones were your favorites!
1. Obliterated Oven
The road to success is paved with many mistakes. This one happens to be catastrophic. We’re also going to guess that this person has many many more mistakes ahead of them.
2. Burned Beyond Recognition
Are those fries, or mozzarella sticks? Is that a pizza or a quiche? Some mysteries are best left unsolved.
3. Truly Blackened Chicken
This extra charred, blackened creation is perfect if you like your chicken well done. Really, really well done.
4. Don’t Cry Over Spilled Soup
Soup is a dish best served wherever it was made. We do not recommend trying to transport soup. Ever. That car will need a real deep cleaning.
5. Brussel Sprout Burn Out
Oh, Carolyn. Brussel sprouts are already unappealing, especially when they’ve been torched beyond recognition. We didn’t think it was actually possible to make them more revolting.
This one left us scratching our heads. First of all, what is that brown stuff? Second, and most importantly, how did that lid possibly get stuck in the ceiling? Your guess is as good as ours.
7. Painfully Puffed Pastry
As an idea, these little chicken buns are too cute. However, in execution, this is just plain awful. These chicken’s silent screams will haunt us forever.’
8. Introducing the New Stucco Cooker!
Rice seems like one of the easiest things to cook – apparently not. It’s amazing in itself that these people were able to turn regular white rice into what looks exactly like stucco. New hardware hack?
9. Who Lives in Your Nightmares Under the Sea?
We can see where they were going with this one. Almost. Spongebob looks like he may need a stint in rehab.