dog food! People are sharing stomach-twisting recipes from the past — including a gelled spaghetti hoop pie and a SALAMI ‘gingerbread house’
- Bored Panda shares old recipes from around the world that will make your stomach turn
- Some recipes included a jelly spaghetti hoop pie and a salmon and avocado pie
- Another bizarre combination was a loaf of tuna, cheese and macaroni
Home cooks in the 1950s and 1960s had a very bizarre idea of what constitutes a good meal.
A Facebook group called Disgusting Vintage Recipes shares some of the most gut-wrenching creations from around the world that seemed like a good idea at the time.
Bored Panda collected some of the group’s most stunning dishes that flout the culinary rules we’ve been taught our entire lives.
One recipe featured jelly and spaghetti hoops with sausage and olives, while another wrapped even the humble salad in gelatinous disaster.
Here, FEMAIL explores some of the most shocking flavor combinations that might turn your dinner away…
The Facebook group Disgusting Vintage Recipes presented this very bizarre jello spaghetti hoop pie with sausage and olives
Yay! This salmon and avocado shape is enough to put anyone off their dinner table. The recipe featured a mix of salmon and olives mixed with gelatin for the filling
The stuff of nightmares! If you want to get your kids to eat fish, avoid this cake at all costs
What a delicious looking gingerbread house you might be thinking. Look again! This recreation of a festive fairytale gingerbread house is actually made out of salami
A recurring theme in many of the vintage meals was making savory meat dishes look like pies, like this Tuna Cheese Macaroni Loaf
No thank you! Another weird recipe that was shared was this Green Jelly Shrimp Salad Cake with tomatoes, peas and shrimp
Jam seemed to feature heavily in old cookbooks — and it seems there wasn’t a better dish to bring to a dinner party than a jelly-covered salad with radish chunks floating around
Poultry indeed! Resembling a Christmas pudding, this chicken and spinach pudding was made with frozen spinach, chicken and turkey, drizzled with brandy and lit
No more jelly! Another popular delicacy was tomato sauce in lemon-flavored jelly, which also contained Worcestershire sauce for those with strong stomachs to try
This mushroom-stuffed plaice looks like the fish has been sliced open and its insides are squirting out…not the most appetizing meal
would you try that Americans love a milkshake, but we’re not sure about this plum-flaked dessert
This pressed brisket doesn’t look remotely appetizing — and it’s once again coated in a favorite ingredient of decades past, jelly.