One man’s hack involving soy sauce and a sushi roll is so simple but looks so tasty!
AdrianWidjy is a food influencer with hundreds of thousands of followers. He shared the quick and easy sushi roll hack to his socials, where it has since gone viral.
All you have to do is take the little fish-shaped soy sauce containers, take the lid off, and stab through the seaweed into the body of the sushi roll. You then squeeze the bottle, sending all that soy sauce to soak in the rice from the inside.
“Finally trying this sushi roll hack and was shook to my very core,” he wrote alongside the video.
In the caption, he encourages everyone to give it a go and regrets not trying it earlier.
“Have been meaning to do this sushi roll hack for so long,” it reads. “Why have I just decided to do this amazing hack now? Everyone, soy sauce your sushi like this now!”
He points out that he injects the sauce in three different spots - probably for an even spread - and only used half the bottle, but you can “feel free to use as much as you want”.
People in the comments point out that some prefer dipping their sushi in soy sauce, which is fine, and that the sauce container may have come in contact with other people. However, there is a lid on the little fishy so the part that actually makes contact with the food should be fine!
If you're keen to try this hack, Lana from our Breakfast show has a recommendation for you.
Earlier this year she came across what she believes is "the best sushi place in the country"... in the Wellington Airport Terminal!
Next time I'm in our capital city's airport you can bet I'll inject my sushi with some soy sauce.