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Bizarre TikTok hack shows how to cook chicken drumsticks by hanging them in the oven

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The unusual method (Picture: rajmin2025/TikTok)

It’s safe to say that we are considerably more efficient in the kitchen thanks to TikTok.

Over the past few months we’ve learned how to perfectly line a cake tin, how to clean a well-loved pan and how to get the gristle out of chicken in seconds.

But now there’s another trick that’s left people stunned.

TikTok user @rajmin2025 has taken the traditional way of cooking chicken and turned it on its head – quite literally. 

In @rajmin2025’s video, a person can be seen taking drumsticks and placing the ends in between wire racks. This means that when the rack is lifted up, the chicken pieces hang down.

So if you add anything below them – such as veggies or potatoes – the drippings will fall on top.

Lots of users have been intrigued by the unusual cooking technique.

‘Wait that’s actually kind of smart,’ one person replied.

While someone else added: ‘A whole new world opens for me.’

‘Wow that’s so cool, I never would have thought of that,’ another gushed.

However others are less convinced – stating that meat cooked in that way would be incredibly dry. They also questioned why the leg didn’t fall through when it shrinks.

Another user also suggests that the chicken is being held on by wires in the video.

If you’re dubious about this particular hack, @rajmin2025’s page has a plethora of other household tricks, including how to stack plates on top of one another in a fridge using a water bottle and how to sharpen a knife on a plate.

Elsewhere in the world of TikTok food, a chef has shared how to make the crispiest potatoes with her 15-hour recipe. 


Credit: Original article published here.

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