Seen as New Zealand's first and only truly original dish.

Predominantly eaten by children or lazy cunts.

In some regions where the locals tend to be less traveled, spaghetti on toast is also known as "Pizza".

Outcasts from NZ society have been known to add tinned pineapple. We do not condone their actions.


Recipe

  • 1 Slice of bread
  • A heaping of tinned spaghetti
  • Thick slice of NZ factory cheese (optional)
  • Pinch of salt
  • No fucking pineapple

Directions:
Preheat grill. Lightly toast the bread in a toaster. Add heaping of tinned spaghetti onto lightly toasted bread. Top with cheese and salt. Grill until cheese melts.


Controversy

In 2017, the temporary Prime Minister of New Zealand, Bill English, brought shame to the country in a post that outraged the world. The Right Honourable Bill English created a public Facebook post that shamed the country and himself - A tinned spaghetti on pre-made pizza bases topped with pineapple that his family was forced to endure.

"Pizzagate" whipped international media into a fury and New Zealand's untarnished leadership on the global stage fell irrecoverably.

Shameful

Travelling Notes

Any hotel, motel, campsite or camper van will have the facilities needed to make this dish. Simply head to any supermarket or corner dairy and you'll find everything you need to become a kiwi for an hour.

Quality Control

The key to perfecting the spaghetti on toast is quality original ingredients. To ensure a quality outcome, one must use the freshest ingredients.

Use Watties tinned spaghetti but only buy it if it's on sale.
Otherwise Oak brand is probably acceptable. Probably. 
Classic $1 white bread is perfect.
Vogel's if you're feeling flash

Any factory produced NZ Tasty style cheese will do. 
Mainland Tasty if you're flash
Avoid. Your visa will be revoked