A FOODIE has gone viral for all the wrong reasons after showing off her cheesy broccoli pasta with chicken.
Like most of us, TikTok user The Recipe Club loves a good bargain, and this time the foodie decided to whip up a hearty dish using cheap finds from ASDA.
Pleased with the end result, the woman then uploaded the step-by-step recipe on TikTok, where it’s since taken the internet by storm.
”Oh my days! This healthy chicken broccoli pasta is so good!” she exclaimed in the video.
To make the meal, the foodie used a packet of Asda Just Essentials Cheese and Broccoli pasta with sauce, some water, a splash of milk and bits of chicken.
”Add some hot kettle water into the packet and some milk,” she instruced.
Once done, she let it cook for five minutes before chucking it all on a plate and decorating it with unseasoned boiled chicken and shredded cheese.
However, whilst the food fan may have been convinced it was the best dish ever, people on social media were of a slightly different opinion.
Amongst the over 750k viewers, thousands were mortified at the state of the chicken.
”U sure chicken looks a bit spicy there pall [sic],” one chuckled.
Another was just as baffled, writing: ”Yum watery pasta and plain chicken.”
”Someone send this to Gordon Ramsey,” a TikTok user demanded.
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”every time i hear “oh my days” I know I’m in for an excruciating watch,” a fourth exclaimed.
Sadly, this woman’s dish is not the first one to get slammed online – recently one bloke’s delicious dinner also raised a few eyebrows.
Foodie Elliott, better known to his fans as Beautifulkingelliott (@beautifulkingelliott) on TikTok, regularly uploads short videos showing what’s on the plate for the day.
Although there have been a number of meals with British favourites, such as a hearty roast dinner, as well as a pizza, one of his dishes has become more viral than any other.
Here, Elliott revealed he was about to devour a plate full of mash and eight sausages drowning in gravy.
But whilst the combination was not so unusual, it was the state of the sausages that got everyone talking – many were concerned they had not been cooked properly.
Despite the food fanatic insisting they were safe to eat, some reckoned the mushy state of them meant they were most definitely raw.
Seeing how light in colour they were, TikTok users also took their turn in guessing how Elliot had prepared them, with one wondering: ”Sausages cooked on the radiator?”
”Sausages cooked via sunlight,” a second thought.
Another chuckled: ”POV: my fingers when I’ve been in the Bath too long.”
”Straight out the freezer onto a plate,” said a social media user who was convinced he hadn’t even cooked them in the first place.
As well as the raw state of the popular kitchen staple, there were also those who couldn’t get over the sheer volume of the sausages he was about to eat.
”Everyone’s talking about them being raw but what about a whole pack of sausages on his plate!!” a man was worried.