Prego spaghetti sauce trended on Twitter and the reason was disgusting
Prego spaghetti sauce trended on Twitter and the reason was disgusting
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There are numerous cooking hacks available online to help save time. While some are revolutionary, others are questionable.

One woman is going viral after conjuring an interesting method to make a large batch of spaghetti— by mixing it all together on her kitchen counter with Prego sauce.

Prego spaghetti sauce trended on Twitter and the reason was disgusting

Social media users quickly noticed the iconic spaghetti sauce trending Monday, after the home chef shared her unorthodox cooking tutorial on Twitter. Originally posted to Facebook in April, the video has received 3.7 million views in less than 24.

Prego spaghetti sauce trended on Twitter and the reason was disgusting

The woman known only as “Lisa,” describes her technique as “the easiest way to make spaghetti for a crowd” as “you don’t have to worry about dishes or a mess.” Titled “Ultimate Spaghetti Trick,” Lisa begins the video by covering her counter in Prego sauce, adding meatballs, Parmesan cheese and fresh-cooked spaghetti noodles, all before mixing it into a large clump.

“How delicious does this look?” exclaims Lisa, while mushing the ingredients together with her hands.

Prego spaghetti sauce trended on Twitter and the reason was disgusting

How appetizing.

The influencer continues her tutorial by adding bread and salad greens with dressing — because life’s too short to waste time on side dishes. Lisa claims that her unusual technique is how “real Italians” such as herself make spaghetti.

“This is the definition of family style,” Lisa exclaims.

Prego spaghetti sauce trended on Twitter and the reason was disgusting

Somehow, we doubt that piece of information is accurate, and we’re not alone in our theory. Within moments after Lisa’s post was re-shared on Twitter, numerous users began sharing their disgust and disbelief.

“The Prego-on-the-counter video is a hate crime to anyone with taste,” wrote one user.

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“Happy I disabled auto play on videos so I don’t have to see the Prego sauce pasta abomination,” wrote another.

While there’s not doubt TikTok has become a haven for kitchen hacks of varying degrees, we can’t sit by and support this one.

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