A FOODIE has revealed they’ve just discovered the ‘right’ way to eat prawn crackers, and they can’t believe that they and everyone else have been doing it wrong for so long.
Chloe, who runs a TikTok account @chloe_lewis97, had previously been eating them like most other people – as crisps.
The foodie said she’d just discovered a new food hack[/caption]
The trick has been hailed a game changer[/caption]
However, when Chloe was busy tucking into a Chinese takeaway, including the popular side dish, when her friend told her she wasn’t eating them correctly.
She posted a video of her meal all plated up, as she wrote: “I was today years old when I realised…”
Chloe then tagged her friend, as she added: “Thanks for showing me this life hack.”
The footage then cut to her picking up a prawn cracker, and turning it upside down so that the curved edges were facing downwards.
She then put it directly on top of her rice and began to slowly move the prawn cracker from side to side in a semi circular motion.
After a few seconds, Chloe picked it back up, only to reveal that the inside of the cracker was now full of rice ready for her to take a bite.
And her social media followers couldn’t believe it and described it as a total gamechanger.
As the likes on the video went up and up, eventually reaching over 267,000, people flocked to the comment section to have their say.
One equally surprised person wrote: “I have always eaten them like crisps. It didn’t occur to me to do this.”
They added: “I will definitely try this next time.”
A second person said: “Wish I’d seen this earlier – I had to scoop mine in.”
A third person simply stated: “Genius.”
Others aired their shock that they’d never figured it out for themselves.
Someone commented: “Wow really?”
As someone else said they were “flabbergasted”, another added: “WHAT” followed by three heart eye emojis.
And another TikTok account joined the conversion as they wrote: “Mind blown.”
Meanwhile, others wasted no time in putting the food hack into action.
One person excitedly announced: “Thanks for this, just when I have one on the way.”
Takeaway lovers couldn’t wait to try out the trick[/caption]