This Malaysian Facebook group is sharing their cooking fails and the results are hilarious

Unless you’re a cooking genius like Gordon Ramsey, we’ve all fucked up in the kitchen once or twice before.

But don’t worry. You’re not alone.

In case you missed it yesterday, Malaysia’s Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin recently name dropped a popular Facebook group yesterday during his speech regarding the nation’s Movement Control Order (MCO) being extended until May 14.

“If what we cook doesn’t turn out good it’s OK,” he said in his televised speech. “You can post in the Facebook group “Masak Apa Tak Jadi Hari Ni.”

The Facebook group’s name translates very loosely to “What did you cook that didn’t turn out well today,” referring to kitchen adventures that sometimes turn out less than ideal.

And indeed, people have been very open in sharing their failed creations in the group.

Here are just some of the funny posts from the group.

“When your chicken feet get too tanned.”

IMAGE: Facebook/Nurul Syamimi

“If you fry fish is it supposed to break down like this? I don’t see the flesh, the head, or the bones. Do I need to change the pan?”

IMAGE: Facebook/Ruviantie Roslan

“Corona basil syrup drink. You can make it when you break fast and on Hari Raya soon.”

IMAGE: Facebook/Shu Hud

“I always laugh at others’ posts. But when it actually happens, I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.”

IMAGE: Facebook/Ain Nurfadhilah‎

“Kuih Cucur Jawa Albino version. #TooMuchSkinCare”

IMAGE: Facebook/Anyp

“Shocking.”

IMAGE: Facebook/Hazily Hariss

“My blender has become a green Hulk.”

IMAGE: Facebook/Alvie Achmad Rochis

“Tried to make moist chocolate cake. But it seems to look more like moist brain cake.”

IMAGE: Facebook/Noor Syahida Sapuan

“My soaking rhinos cake turned out to look more like Miss Mice.”

IMAGE: Facebook/Ramlah Wan

“People are making it so you want to do it too. What’s supposed to be a macaron has become wrong.”

IMAGE: Facebook/Jaja Rosli

If you wanna see more funny fails, check out the group here.

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Cover image sourced from Facebook.