I'm a foodie and made the perfect steak in just minutes – and all I used was the microwave | The Sun

NOTHING hits the spot quite like a juicy steak on a weekend evening – accompanied by a glass of red wine, of course.

But despite all the cravings, fellow foodies will know that it's also extremely easy to go wrong with this meat, not to mention the mess you're left with.


Well, no more, as one food lover has claimed to have come up with the perfect solution – using the services of the notorious chef Mike (or as Nigella Lawson once lovingly dubbed it – meecro-wa-vay).

The cooking enthusiast, better known to his 208k fans as Succhefful, took to TikTok to share the easy recipe, for which all you need is steak and a good amount of oil.

According to the whizz, believed to be from Italy, you first need to start by heating some oil in the microwave for ten minutes.

Once the time's up, place the chunk of meat onto a plate full of the heated oil and chuck it back into the appliance for another five minutes.

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Use kitchen tongs to flop the steak around and put it back in for five more minutes to cook the other side too.

This easy recipe, the cooking fan claimed, will make for the perfect medium rare steak.

However, social media users seemed to be divided – whilst some were impressed and said the dish didn't ''look that bad'', others were horrified.

One was so shocked by what he saw, he demanded: ''Apologize.''

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Someone else flocked to comments to say: ''radiation steak.''

''Wrong on so many levels,'' is how a third felt about the meal.

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If you're not sold on this steak recipe, why don't give this Christmas turkey a go?

One keen cook has shared how he’s tested cooking a turkey in his Air Fryer ahead of Christmas – and was super impressed with the results. 

TikTok user Ollie Eats, aka @ollieeats, was curious to see how the bird would roast in his kitchen device, so decided to give it a try.

In a recent video on his social media account, he said to his 436,000 plus followers: “Can you Air Fry a turkey? 

“I’ve got this 2KG butter fried half turkey from Muscle Food and I was wondering if I could reduce the cooking time and energy output using my Air Fryer and not my oven.”

Getting stuck in, Ollie seasoned the turkey with salt, pepper, garlic granules and mixed herbs.

It was then ready to be placed into the increasingly in-demand kitchen gadget.

Ollie chose to cook the bird at 180 degrees and said he wanted to cook it until the internal temperature was 75 degrees.

Once this was achieved, Ollie removed the turkey from the Air Fryer, ready to see how it tasted.

He continued: “Once it hits the temperature, I’m leaving it to rest. After resting, I carved it up.”

But what did he find? Giving his verdict, Ollie said: “By cooking it in the Air Fryer, we shaved off 30 minutes of the cooking time and produced a really nice, lean piece of meat.”

Ollie’s followers were equally impressed by the look of the turkey and many said they might follow in his footsteps this festive season.

One wrote: “Ok Christmas.”

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Another commented: “Looks decent.”

While others tagged family members and friends and asked: “Christmas Air Fryer turkey?”



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