Cooking with Tiggum: Turkish Kangaroo Sandwiches

Fear not, hungry masses, for it is once again time for me to share with you the secret to culinary success! This time we turn the making of a simple sandwich into a gruelling hour-long ordeal, made worthwhile by the fact that it results in a truly glorious meal.

Firstly you'll need to do some preparation. Start by cutting some kangaroo steaks into slices. If you can't get kangaroo steaks, you might as well just kill yourself right now. Or use beef.

Chuck the steak slices into a frying pan with some oil, some Italian herb mix, pepper and a little bit of salt, and fry them up a bit. You don't want to overcook them, so just cook them up a bit, till they're good.

Take the cooked slices out of the pan, giving them a bit of a shake to get rid of the excess liquid and put them aside.

Chop up some onion and garlic and fry that up in the same pan until the remaining liquid is gone.

Get some Turkish pide. Cut it into sandwich-sized pieces and slice the appropriately-sized pieces in half, so that fillings can be added.

Dollop some tzatziki on the bread and spread it around. Place some kangaroo (or beef) strips on next, followed by some of the garlic and onion, some avocado, tomato slices and cheese.

Put the top of the bread back on and wrap it up in aluminium foil. Once you've made all the sandwiches you want, put them on an oven tray and...

turn the oven on and wait for it to heat up.

When the oven heats up, put the sandwiches in there for a while.

Best sandwiches ever.

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