My boyfriend always moans at me for the way I serve ready meals – but others think my method is ‘genius’ | The Sun

A WOMAN has revealed her unique way of dishing up ready meals at home for her and her boyfriend.

While her partner is less than fond of her technique and says it stresses him out, others think she’s on to something and labelled her method ‘genius.’

TikTok user Ro Bocking, aka @robocking, uploaded a video to her profile showing how she always prepares ready meals, such as chilli and curry.

Once they’ve been in the microwave or oven, Ro takes a pair of scissors and cuts down the middle of the plastic tray so that it’s in two separate compartments.

Then she tips one side containing the rice into the bowl, before adding the other side on top.

Ro wrote alongside the video: “My boyfriend gets so stressed at how I dish out ready meals.”

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She then appealed to her followers, as she asked for their opinion on whether they liked her way or would prefer to just tip it straight out. 

She questioned: “I don’t get his problem?”

Ro’s ready meal dilemma soon sparked conversation amongst her following and beyond.

While some said they prefer to eat it straight from the container, many said they thought it was a clever way to ensure the food doesn’t spill or become messy. 

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One wrote: “It’s clever, I would never have thought of it.”

A second said: “I love this. Better than trying to tip the rice and the sauce going where it’s not supposed to.”

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Another added: “Omg I actually think that’s genius.”

While a fourth commented: “Oh my god, why have I never done this?”

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