If you are an Asian food lover, you would understand the importance of garlic in your curries and stews. And if you are fond of cooking, you may be well aware with the pain of peeling garlic cloves too. The pungent spice may add that distinct flavour to your dish, but peeling those cloves can easily qualify as one of the toughest challenges of cooking. While a lot of us have figured our own hacks to peel them faster, this particular twitter user can get the job done in a matter of seconds! And her unique way of peeling garlic is becoming all the rage on the Internet too!
Twitter user @VPestilenZ who posted the video on Monday, 17th June wrote in the caption, "As someone who makes a lot of Korean food, this is the best method for getting garlic peeled!". The video has raked in more than 23 million views so far. The views are pouring in from all parts of the world and has caught the fancy of various celebrities too.
Turns out, it takes only one sharp stroke of knife to separate the garlic and its peel. Don't believe us? See the video for yourself!
Garlic Peeling Hack -
As someone who makes a lot of Korean food, this is the best method for getting garlic peeled!
pic.twitter.com/14GGJDQhRj— (@VPestilenZ) June 17, 2019
The easy-peasy hack has set the twitter buzzing with reactions. While some cannot believe how ridiculously easy it seems, some are simply thankful to the twitter user for waking them up to the new technique.
Here are some of the best twitter reactions to the garlic peeling video:
I feel like my life has just been changed— Erika Harlacher (@ErikaHarlacher) June 17, 2019
I can't believe I've been wasting all that time. I've never been this excited to make dinner— Victoria Yeates (@VictoriaYeates) June 17, 2019
Not sure how I never knew about this. I lament when I consider how much more garlic I could have used during all these years had I only known of this technique.— Mr. Business (@MasterBismuth) June 17, 2019
Roast garlic and parsnip soup every day from now on— Elvis Parsley - ScarcityIsManufacturedForProfit (@snorenat) June 17, 2019
Thank you, kind stranger!— Casey Goldstein (@CaseyGoldstein) June 17, 2019
this kind of info exchange is why the internet exists— Moving Lycan (@AxelLycan) June 17, 2019
As is evidenced by the number of different languages in the responses, NOTHING brings folks together like food and convenience! pic.twitter.com/EMtaAvcYL3— Disabled Mom ♿️ (@AprilDelRario) June 17, 2019
So without further ado, bring this garlic peeling hack to your rescue and get going!
About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.