“I think I need my own cooking show!” American woman reveals her recipe for ‘British beans on toast’

An American mother living in the UK has once again shocked social media users with her take on ‘British beans on toast’ claiming she needs her ‘own cooking show’.

It comes after Michelle, originally from North Carolina, went viral after she posted a recipe for ‘British tea’ by mixing the water along with her take on ‘British eggs’ in the microwave, mixed with sugar and topped with a voracious amount of whipped cream.

In her latest video, shared with Twitter, the mother of three, revealed how she was bombarded with requests for a ‘traditional British breakfast’ before taking a slice of white bread and topping it with cold beans.

After pouring most of the can of ‘juice and everything’ onto the slice of bread, Michelle unwraps a slice of square cheese that she puts on top before putting it all in the microwave.

The mother of three revealed how she was flooded with requests for a 'traditional British breakfast'

The mother of three revealed how she was flooded with requests for a ‘traditional British breakfast’

The enthusiastic chef presents the meal and declares ‘how to make beans on toast’ while holding her dish in front of the camera and showing the melted cheese above the warm bread.

And the UK-based nurse, who has a YouTube page documenting her life in the UK, shocked Twitter users with her bizarre recipe, which she captioned: ‘I think I need my own cooking show, I’m really getting here good at. ‘

Many social media users quickly pointed out that the dish, which has amassed over 36,000 Twitter views, cannot be labeled ‘beans on toast’ if a toaster isn’t used.

“It’s not toast if you don’t put it in a toaster,” one noted.

Michelle put a slice of white bread on a plate

Michelle put a slice of white bread on a plate

She topped the bread with a tin of baked beans

She topped the bread with a tin of baked beans

Michelle put a slice of white bread on a plate (left). She topped the bread with a can of baked beans (right)

She puts the cheese on it before putting everything in the microwave for a while

She puts the cheese on it before putting everything in the microwave for a while

She puts the cheese on it before putting everything in the microwave for a while

Another said, “You said beans on toast, but where’s the toast?”

“That’s not toast, it’s warm, weak bread,” Anthony Cameron posted.

“No one in the UK has ever made beans on toast this way,” one of them wrote.

Others were convinced that Michelle was deliberately trying to ‘wind’ British people with her unconventional recipes.

The enthusiastic chef presents the meal and explains 'how to make beans on toast'

The enthusiastic chef presents the meal and explains 'how to make beans on toast'

The enthusiastic chef presents the meal and explains ‘how to make beans on toast’

Social media users quickly pointed out that the dish, which has amassed over 36,000 Twitter views, cannot be labeled 'beans on toast' when a toaster isn't used

Social media users quickly pointed out that the dish, which has amassed over 36,000 Twitter views, cannot be labeled 'beans on toast' when a toaster isn't used

Social media users quickly pointed out that the dish, which has amassed over 36,000 Twitter views, cannot be labeled ‘beans on toast’ when a toaster isn’t used

“This must be a liquidation. Nobody is that stupid, someone wrote.

Another agreed: “Of course it is a liquidation! You should see her making a cup of tea. ‘

Others called for the microwave to be ‘thrown away’ after Michelle used the device in all three of her viral videos.

An American woman living in the UK has a horrified social media user's bizarre recipe for 'British eggs' with whipped cream and sugar

An American woman living in the UK has a horrified social media user's bizarre recipe for 'British eggs' with whipped cream and sugar

Michelle, who is originally from North Carolina, says she 'had a lot of questions about making an English breakfast'

Michelle, who is originally from North Carolina, says she 'had a lot of questions about making an English breakfast'

An American woman living in the UK has a horrified social media user’s bizarre recipe for ‘British eggs’ with whipped cream and sugar

Michelle adds a teaspoon of sugar and greedy amounts of whipped cream before whisking it all together

Michelle adds a teaspoon of sugar and greedy amounts of whipped cream before whisking it all together

Michelle adds a teaspoon of sugar and greedy amounts of whipped cream before whisking it all together

Show her results!  Michelle proudly stated that she has made the recipe to the dismay of social media users

Show her results!  Michelle proudly stated that she has made the recipe to the dismay of social media users

Show her results! Michelle proudly stated that she has made the recipe to the dismay of social media users

Last month, Michelle posted a video that made ‘British eggs’ after claiming she had a lot of questions about making an English breakfast.’

She took two eggs from the refrigerator and cracked them into a bowl before stacking on salt, a pinch of pepper and a teaspoon of sugar, along with greedy amounts of whipped cream, before you beat everything together and microwave for two minutes.

And social media users were shocked at the classic British breakfast recipe.

Social media users were shocked by the classic British breakfast recipe and asked if it was a 'joke'

Social media users were shocked by the classic British breakfast recipe and asked if it was a 'joke'

Social media users were shocked by the classic British breakfast recipe and asked if it was a ‘joke’

In early May, Michelle went viral for one TikTok video explaining how to make ‘hot tea’ with powdered instant tea mix, Tang orange drink mix, instant lemonade, sugar and a few spices – a recipe where other social media users expressed disgust and dismay.

Michelle, who went viral last month for her bizarre 'hot tea' recipe, shows again how she makes 'British tea'

Michelle, who went viral last month for her bizarre 'hot tea' recipe, shows again how she makes 'British tea'

Michelle, who went viral last month for her bizarre ‘hot tea’ recipe, shows again how she makes ‘British tea’

Step by Step: She and her daughter show how they started by putting a mug of water in the microwave

Step by Step: She and her daughter show how they started by putting a mug of water in the microwave

They put it in the microwave for a minute

They put it in the microwave for a minute

Step by Step: She and her daughter show how they started by putting a mug of water in the microwave

Michelle seems to have a thick skin, as just a month later she uploaded another tea technique, which she claimed was an authentic British tea, much to the dismay of many.

“So I got a lot of questions after my last video, and everyone wanted to see me make hot tea or British tea – so today we’re going to have some tea,” she told the camera, standing side by side with one of her teenage daughters.

First, they filled a mug about two-thirds of the way with water from the sink. They boiled the water in the microwave for a minute and poured milk into it to fill the last third of the cup.

Her daughter then put in a tea bag and sprinkled a lot of sugar in the already overflowing mug.

“That’s how you make hot tea,” said Michelle with a smile.

Where's the tea?  They then fill about a third of the cup with milk - a lot

Where's the tea?  They then fill about a third of the cup with milk - a lot

Her daughter shows how she adds teabags and closes with a very generous sugar pour

Her daughter shows how she adds teabags and closes with a very generous sugar pour

Where’s the tea? Then they fill about a third of the cup with milk – a lot – before adding a tea bag and ending with a very generous sugar pour

Yikes!  The probably lukewarm tea is then stirred as it nearly flows over the cup

Yikes!  The probably lukewarm tea is then stirred as it nearly flows over the cup

Yikes! The probably lukewarm tea is then stirred as it nearly flows over the cup

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