- Chefs Around the World Share Some of Their Worst Cooking
- Bored Panda cooks up some of the funniest dishes in an online gallery
- One of them is a monstrous looking cake and one is burnt in crispy ramen noodles
No one cooks a perfect meal every time they put on an apron, and most of us have had our fair share of culinary disasters.
But these images, curated by bored panda, show some of the biggest cookery failures of all time.
From perfectly raw sourdough bread to pizza in the middle that looks like it was burned in the fire pits of hell, these creations are truly kitchen nightmares.
Other photos captured in kitchens around the world include a monstrous-looking cake, and biscuits so over-baked that they could easily be mistaken for a pile of coals.
This bread-making disaster at an undisclosed location was described as ‘medium rare sourdough bread’ – it’s crusty on the outside and liquid on the inside
There’s the burn, and then there’s this pizza, which looks like it’s been cooked in the depths of hell’s fire for several hours. Image, believed to have been taken in the UK
We all suffer from the occasional splash or splatter in the kitchen. It rarely ends up this messy though, and it’s clearly the hot sauce…that has to burn!
According to social media, these are not lumps of coal, but biscuits that were accidentally left in the oven for 10 hours. photo taken at unknown location
These unpleasant looking bakes, from a kitchen in the US, are either more or less fermented. Either way, they don’t look delicious!
Is it the glass-eyed stare or the frantic grin that makes this lamb-shaped cake, from an amateur chef at an unknown location, look like something out of a horror movie?
This brownie, from An American Kitchen, looked better before putting it in the oven (left)
This cook from an unknown locale tries to make slimy gray mac and cheese for Halloween. Maybe they should have tried Spooketti instead
The chef behind this culinary creation from an unknown location just needs to tweak the cooking time and amount of water and can have perfect noodles next time.
Sometimes things just don’t turn out as you’d expect them to – like this totally unappealing cinnamon ‘swirl’ bread that was baked in a UK kitchen
Here’s another dish created by an American chef who underestimated how long it would take to cook these charred dumplings.
This forged pie from an unknown location suffered a rare fate; A cactus fell on it, penetrated the crust, and made it unfit for human consumption, destroying the whole thing.