By: Natasha Archary
Loadshedding getting the better of you? Take a leaf out of an American woman’s book, who shows how she cooks a steak on her car’s engine.
Claiming the huge tomahawk steak was cooked on the engine of her Mini Cooper, in the middle of a Las Vegas heatwave, the woman shows a perfectly grilled steak after 30-minutes.
She places the lightly seasoned meat in foil on her car’s engine and drives around before checking on the piece of meat in a carpark.
Unwrapping the foil, she exclaims that the meat is perfectly cooked and retains all the juices.
Getti Kehayova’s video has been viewed over 6 million times and is one of the most viral pieces of content we’ve seen in a while.
However, many don’t believe it’s possible to cook anything on a car’s engine and consume it.
“This woman cooks a steak on her car engine, what about the fumes from the engine? Carbon poisoning and toxic emissions?”
Is it possible to cook something on your car’s engine? Watch the video below and decide for yourself.
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