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RECIPE: TKG's Pinoy Risotto

Ingredients:

Pre-made (leftover) spaghetti sauce. It can be bolognese, with hotdogs, whatever floats your boat
Lechon bits. You can use whatever is in your fried; hotdog, bacon, chicken ... better if leftovers too!
Rice. You guessed it right, leftover. Haha
Oil or butter.

So here's what I did-

I melted some butter in the pan, added the rice and then poured in the sauce and the lechon bits. Mix the sauce well and stir the rice every now and then so that it won't get burnt. Viola! Its a risotto bolognese. Yum!

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