After tucking into so much decadent food over Christmas, you might be looking to eat something a little simpler over the next few days.
With the weekend approaching, you could always whip up a sausage sandwich for a tasty breakfast or lunchtime treat.
Many people love the simple snack, but it can be a little fiddly to put it all together and getting the sausages to fit inside the slices of bread.
However, this issue might now be a thing of the past, as a chef has shared his hack for making the “perfect” sausage sandwich and it’s incredibly easy to do.
In a post on Instagram , he revealed he gets staff at his local bakery to slice his loaf of bread length ways instead of side ways.
According to the 41-year-old, this cut means sausages will fit perfectly in the middle of the bread, so you can fold it round the sausage, a bit like a hot dog bun.
He shared two photos showcasing this and explained: “My favourite (if controversial) summer barbecue hack is to buy a half loaf of bread and get them to run it through the slice length ways instead of sideways.
“It produces a sausage-sized piece of bread that makes for perfect sausages in bread. You’re welcome.”
He added: “For those about to comment that they prefer the overhang of sausage and/or bread from ordinary-shaped bread: You can’t stand in the way of progress.”
A number of people liked Liaw’s post, with many praising him for sharing.
One person branded it “genius” and another thought it was a “game changer”.
A second replied: “Yes maaaaaaaaate!”
A third commented: “This is BRILLIANT. How have I not heard of this before????”
“Cracker of an idea,” added someone else.
A different user said: “The culinary equivalent of hitting six sixes in an over. Touché!”
A woman named Lisa also supported the trick and admitted she does the same thing at the bakery whenever she wants to make finger sandwiches for afternoon tea.
However not everyone was on board.
“The police have been called,” joked an unimpressed person.
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