Rockstar Not Suitable For Vegetarians not suitable for vegetarians Biscuit Threat Moderate moderate biscuit injury risk

2008, Chef Andrew


Ingredients used in Rockstar


  • bottle of shiraz cabernet red wine
  • beef meatballs
  • apricot crumble
  • bacon flavour super noodles
  • white chocolate chip Chewee bars
  • toffee fudge yoghurt
Now wash your hands Meticulous care and attention to detail is essential when preparing complex fine dishes such as Rockstar


Heat the oven to 200oC. Open the wine, pour yourself a glass and enjoy. Let's face it, this is going to be the best bit. After a few minutes, finely dice the Chewee bars into small cubes. Do exactly the same with the apricot crumble and combine the cubes in a bowl. Add all but a teaspoon of the toffee fudge yoghurt and work the mixture together into a pulp with your hands. On a baking sheet, work it into the rough shape of a thick, headless gingerbread man. Pop it into the oven. Have another drink, then take one of the meatballs. Remove a really small bit of the meat and make a very small meatball. Carefully flatten the larger meatball until burger-shaped. Heat a pan and shallow fry the meatballs until dark brown. Boil some water and pour over the super noodles. Have some more wine while you have the chance. Remove the cooked shape from the oven and place on a serving plate. Position the large meatball like a head and the small one in its centre, like a nose. Take some of the noodles and arrange like hair. Finally, carefully add small amounts of yoghurt to make eyes and (if you like) a bow tie. Genius. Such a shame people have to eat it.

Al: "It goes beyond the necessary, and is therefore art. Tastes bloody awful though"

Andy: "It is indeed sad that people have to eat it. Sad for those that do, that is."

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