If you’re a Spongebob fan, you probably remember the “Nasty Patty” episode well. It was so horrendous looking, it’s hard to forget. And, one SpongeBob fan took things a step further and decided that they were going to recreate the Nasty Patty.
Instagrammer @dannydoit created the effect of a moldy burger by he adding pea snap crumbs to a turkey burger. As for the juices that flow from the sandwich during the episode, he utilized turkey gravy, pea gravy, and goat cheese garlic aioli.
But, it didn’t stop there. The extremities that were all thick and wormy? Swiss chard veins! And to finish it off, the bun was a cranberry brioche. Instagrammer @itsnancydoeee, Danny’s sister, is the one responsible for baking it. The patty looks eerily similar to the Nasty Patty, but we can’t help but wonder how it might taste. Based on the description, it might actually be pretty darn tasty.
Once the creation was shared online, the comments started to roll in and they were surprisingly positive. Danny, himself, claimed that the patty was actually delicious. Others chimed in to offer their support. “This is real art,” said one of the commentators. And we are inclined to agree. When it comes to the food recreations that are derived from the world of television, this one is a Hall of Famer.
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I present to you: The Nasty Patty from SpongeBob I used a turkey burger crusted in pea snap crumbs, a goat cheese garlic aoili, a pea and turkey gravy, Swiss chard veins and leaf, on a cranberry brioche bun. Bun baked by my sister, @itsnancydoeee HOLY F*$@%#:& this is amazing LOL like, my God, this taste so good.. Also, side note: it's been years since I posted but this creation was just too good
In fact, Friends’ meat trifle and iCarly’s spaghetti tacos have nothing on this one. The only other food recreation that we need to see now is the one from Elf. You know the one that we are talking about. We could use some spaghetti that has been covered in all sorts of goodies. S’mores Pop-Tarts would probably taste pretty good on top of spaghetti, right? Buddy the elf may have been onto something.
All jokes aside, we cannot wait to dig into our own Nasty Patties. It’s the type of meal that seems absurd on paper but once you stop to consider all of the ingredients? I think I might try it! Kudos to Danny for putting together such an incredible homage to one of our favorite cartoons of all time.SKM: below-content placeholder