Man is branded a ‘genius’ after revealing that he places a sliced pan under the kievs to catch the excess ‘butter leak’ during cooking and make garlic bread
- Man, from Flint, Wales, posted a photo of chicken Kiev on bread on Twitter
- Told how ‘life hack’ leaves bread underneath to catch ‘garlic butter leakage’
- An additional result is garlic bread and many have called it a ‘genius’ for revelation
A man has been labeled a ‘genius’ for revealing how to make the perfect garlic bread while cooking chicken Kiev.
Take to Twitter, the budding chef at the handle @ nefyn92, from Flint, Wales, shared a snapshot showing two chicken Kievs on top of slices of bread.
Next to the photo, he wrote: “Life hack – put bread under Kiev to catch leakage of garlic butter and make garlic bread.”
And many social media users were more than impressed with the nifty hack – jokingly, he even needs a ‘knighthood’.
A man (photo), who handles @ nefyn92 on Twitter, from Flint, Wales, has been branded ‘genius’ for revealing how to make the perfect garlic bread with a chicken Kiev
The photo shows two chicken beetles placed on top of two pieces of bread before being placed in the oven (shown)
Many quickly went to the comment section, jokingly, ‘Well, I never … this man needs a knighthood’ (photo)
“I can’t understand how genius this is,” one praised, while a second was enthusiastic, “I will never … This man needs a knighthood!”
The post quickly received over 3,000 likes and hundreds of comments – with great disbelief, they hadn’t come up with the idea before.
“What is it like to live in 2030?” one joked, while a second said, “I’m 45 years old. Why have you waited until now to deliver this life changer? Where have you been?’
However, others were eager to share their own creative ideas of what the excess garlic sauce could be used for – including chips, mash and vegetables.
Other social media users were incredulous they didn’t come up with the idea themselves (photo)
“No, pour the butter over mashed potatoes,” suggested one, “while a second said,” No chips, do it right! ‘
A third added, “I put the chips in the same tray as the Kievs and get buttery garlic chips,” while a fourth agreed, “I usually cook mine on the same baking sheet as my chips … voila garlic chips. ‘
Meanwhile, another wrote, “I cook mine on the same tray as cherry tomatoes and fresh asparagus.”
However, there were a few who struggled to understand how the bread didn’t burn, as the kievs take about 20 minutes to cook.
Speaking of his photo, the man in question replied: No, this was after 20 minutes. I don’t think it burns in an oven and not in an oven. ‘
While many were impressed with the life hack of the man in question, they suggested other ways to use the excess garlic sauce (photo)