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Foodie discovers ‘seriously delicious’ Korean thick honey butter toast

Is this the best snack ever? Foodie discovers ‘life-changing’ thick honey butter toast from the freezer aisle at an Asian grocery store

  • A foodie has revealed where to buy ‘seriously delicious’ Korean honey toast
  • Adrian Widjy, from Sydney, said the honey and butter toast is his new obsession
  • The foodie bought the pre-cut slice from Thai Kee IGA in Market City


A foodie has revealed his most recent ‘seriously delicious’ discovery after coming across an unlikely favourite in the fridge section of an Asian supermarket.

Sydney man Adrian Widjy was shopping at Thai Kee IGA in Market City when he came across thick cut honey butter toast.

The toast comes in single-serve packets and should be toasted under a grill or in the oven as they are too thick for most toasters.

 

The toast comes in single-serve packets and should be toasted under a grill or in the oven as they are too thick for most toasters

A foodie has revealed his most recent ‘seriously delicious’ discovery after coming across an unlikely favourite in the fridge section of an Asian supermarket

‘They are super thick and have a pre-cut cross section,’ he explained.

He pulled the toast out of the oven once it was golden brown.

‘Super crispy and crazy delicious. I topped it with more honey,’ he said.

He then started pulling apart the piece of bread in front of the camera – showing the pre-made cuts and fluffy insides.

Adrian’s post about the toast quickly went viral and has been seen by more than 161,000 people.

And his fans appeared suitably impressed.

‘I will literally fly to Australia for this right now,’ one woman wrote on the video.

'Super crispy and crazy delicious. I topped it with more honey,' he said

‘Super crispy and crazy delicious. I topped it with more honey,’ he said

While others gave their serving suggestions.

‘Yum, add whipped cream, it is worth it,’ one woman said.

‘I top mine off with ice cream and it is so delicious,’ said another.

Someone else said they prefer to serve it with garlic butter in the cross-section.’

More than 11,000 people liked and commented on the video.       

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