Home cook goes viral after sharing her VERY clever trick for ‘watermelon fries’

The perfect summer ‘snack hack’: Home cook goes viral after sharing her VERY clever trick for ‘watermelon fries’

  • A Sydney home cook has gone viral on TikTok after sharing insightful videos 
  • In one video, Ayeh revealed an alternative way to cut and enjoy watermelon 
  • She said to slice the fruit twice to form watermelon ‘sticks’ or fries 
  • The clever idea ensures the watermelon doesn’t touch your cheeks 
  • This isn’t the first video Ayeh has posted that has gone viral  

A Sydney TikTok user has been shared by thousands after sharing an alternative way to enjoy watermelon during the warmer months.

Ayeh shared a concise video explaining how to cut the fruit into ‘sticks’ rather than ‘triangles’ to ensure the watermelon doesn’t touch the sides of your cheeks.

The savvy mess-free hack has been viewed more than 223,000 times with many saying it’s the ‘perfect trick for summer time in Australia’.

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Ayeh shared a concise video explaining how to cut the fruit into 'sticks' rather than 'triangles' to ensure the watermelon doesn't touch the sides of your cheeks

Ayeh (pictured) shared a concise video explaining how to cut the fruit into ‘sticks’ rather than ‘triangles’ to ensure the watermelon doesn’t touch the sides of your cheeks 

To create the watermelon fries, Ayeh said to halve the fruit and place it flat on a chopping board.

Using a long, sharp knife, she cut the watermelon into strips and again in the opposite direction before enjoying the fruit herself. 

Thousands praised Ayeh for sharing the ‘genius’ hack, as the substitution provides an easier way to eat the juicy fruit. 

The hack would also work well on other types of fruit, such as rockmelon and honeydew.  

To create the watermelon fries, Ayeh said to halve the fruit and place it flat on a chopping board

Using a long, sharp knife, she then cut the watermelon into strips and again in the opposite direction

To create the watermelon fries, Ayeh said to halve the fruit and place it flat on a chopping board. Using a long, sharp knife, she then cut the watermelon into strips and again in the opposite direction

‘Yes! It always gets messy, so this [has helped very] much,’ one TikTok user said.

‘Thank you for this! I actually get a rash on my face when watermelon touches my skin, so this is a lifesaver,’ another said.

‘This is pretty cool,’ a third added, and another said: ‘I’ll be trying this!’

Thousands praised Ayeh for sharing the 'genius' hack, as the substitution provides an easier way to eat the juicy fruit

The hack would also work well on other types of fruit, such as rockmelon and honeydew

Thousands praised Ayeh for sharing the ‘genius’ hack, as the substitution provides an easier way to eat the juicy fruit 

The savvy mess-free hack has been viewed more than 223,000 times with many saying it's the 'perfect trick for summer time in Australia'

'Yes! It always gets messy, so this help [very] much,' one TikTok user said

The savvy mess-free hack has been viewed more than 223,000 times with many saying it’s the ‘perfect trick for summer time in Australia’

And this isn’t the first video Ayeh has posted that has gone viral – she has also shared how to make banana bread in three minutes, easy sweet potato fries and a breakfast smoothie bowl. 

Her simple banana bread video has also been viewed more than 90,000 times and thousands were left impressed.  

The ‘no bake’ recipe is very easy to follow and it requires a mug. 

To make the bread, she used one ripe banana, honey, coconut oil, almond milk, oat flour, baking powder, cinnamon and topped with walnuts. 

‘It’s more like a banana bread pudding, but it tastes so good,’ Ayeh said.

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