IKEA's Fill-In-The-Blanks Cookable Paper Is The Most Magical Thing You'll See Today

If only they had this here in Malaysia...

Cover image via Leo Burnett

Let's face it, not all of us are blessed with Nigella Lawson-like cooking skills. For some of us, the biggest achievement we've had in the kitchen is proving some laws of physics wrong...

Latest findings: It is very much possible to burn soupy ramen until it resembles an unappetising cake.

Image via Instagram @xue_ying_liu

And that's exactly why we're losing our minds with these promising parchment paper recipes by IKEA!

Image via Leo Burnett

In true IKEA fashion, they've turned what could have been a daunting dinner prep into a fun and interactive game. Just fill in the adorably-illustrated blanks with the corresponding ingredient, wrap them all up together, and bake them to perfection.

Image via Leo Burnett

Illustrated with food-safe ink, the fill-in-the-blanks recipe sheets are a God-sent gift for all of us who are terrified of having to agak agak measurements when cooking

Image via Leo Burnett

Suddenly making baked salmon doesn't seem too hard...

Image via Leo Burnett

Then there's this shrimp recipe that will appeal to the OCD in you

Image via Leo Burnett

There's even a sheet for sweets! Here's the IKEA way to make Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble...

Image via Leo Burnett

And the results look AH-MAY-ZINGGGG!

Image via Leo Burnett

Here's the not-so-awesome bit though: They're not currently available in the market =(

The parchment paper recipes, the brainchild of Leo Burnett Canada, were given away at IKEA Canada stores as part of their kitchen-themed event. The 'Cook This Page' campaign has since been winning praises and prestigious awards for the simple yet ingenious idea.

With all the buzz this campaign has been receiving, we're hoping these magical sheets will somehow make it to Malaysian shores soon!

Image via Meme Generator

More on SAYS:

You may be interested in: