TikTok introduces #MYFoodie, new one-stop resource for all your foodie needs
TikTok, the leading destination for short-form mobile videos, has introduced the new hashtag #MYFoodie to allow Malaysians to share their love of food on the platform and prove once again why Malaysia is one of the best food destinations in the world.
Under the #MYFoodie hashtag, TikTok creators are encouraged to share their educational and informative content about food, ranging from recipes and food hacks, restaurant recommendations and reviews, mukbang videos and test tastes, to daily meal and nutritional tips.
“TikTok has become a springboard for culinary experimentation, allowing amateur and established chefs alike to push their creativity to the limit and share the quirkiest or most comforting meal ideas or hacks they have in bite-sized clips. Videos using hashtags related to food, such as #TikTokChef and #SeleraRamadan, prove to be a hit among Malaysians and have garnered over 11 billion views locally. With #MYFoodie, we hope to make it even easier for users in Malaysia to discover the food content they crave for and share their best food tips with others,” said Darren Quek, Strategy Content Manager, TikTok Malaysia.
From Dalgona coffee to pancake cereal to the ever-so-popular baked feta pasta, TikTok’s foodie trends have kept us entertained and fed during the pandemic. Whether you want to learn a new recipe or share your own – here are some of the niches you can find under #MYFoodie that celebrate the vibrant Malaysian food culture.
With nowhere to go on the weekends, why not recreate the vibe of a cafe right at home? Scroll through #MYFoodie for more beverage and home cafe ideas to break the monotone of your afternoon coffee break.
You might not want to challenge yourself to eating only yellow food for the whole day, but someone out there will attempt it for you! In the foodie paradise that is Malaysia, you’ll never run out of food ideas and yummy challenges to try.
Food Recommendations and Hidden Eats
So much good food to discover, but we only have one stomach! Time to gather your hungriest friends and embark on a food trip to explore the hidden gems around your area or hit up that trending cafe … once things are safe, of course!
Sometimes you just want to fold your sandwich in a wrap instead of just putting two pieces of bread together like the boring, usual method. Whether these hacks turn out to be an addition to your daily cooking routine or just a fun way to play with your food, you can be sure to find the tastiest tips to spice up your meal on TikTok.
We’re proud Malaysians and we truly live to eat, so hop onto #MYFoodie to create your own food videos or discover new ways to make your meals. Join the rest of the foodie community on #MYFoodie by downloading the app for free via the Apple Store, Google Play Store and Huawei AppGallery.