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5 Weirdest Recipes Netizens All Worked With

5 weirdest recipes that had netizens all worked up


5 Weirdest Recipes Netizens All Worked With

May 16, 2022, 2:49 PM
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Have you tried any of these weird recipes? (Photo credit: YouTube)

Foodies love to spend time discovering new recipes and sniffing up delicious new dishes.

Every now and then, however, they stumble upon weird and nauseating dishes that can leave you light-years away!

Here’s a list of five strikingly weird street foods discovered by food bloggers in the recent past. While we can’t judge the taste, we’re pretty sure they’re unhealthy.

A few months ago, a food blogger’s video of a man preparing fruit chai in Surat went viral.

When asked what led to this innovation, the seller says that a drunk man once told him that fruit does not go well with tea.

In boiling milk he adds some fruits with tea leaves. I can taste the madness from miles away!

India’s favorite instant noodles went viral in a new avatar last year. Fantastic magic!

A salesman in Ghaziabad started selling Maggi “cooked” in Fanta, a carbonated soft drink.

After frying onions and chillies, the seller was seen in the viral video cooking the Fanta and then adding Maggi noodles, and seasoning it with aamchur powder and coriander powder, chaat masala and lemon juice. Gastric acid!

Mango ice cream and cheese chat

You can often come across food bloggers sharing Gujarat street food, and a common ingredient is lots of cheese.

Cheese can be a good accompaniment to savory dishes.

However, a food blogger was surprised to see a vendor chatting with bread, mango ice cream and cheese! The video garnered millions of frowns.

Confession time – I love cheese. But this, no thanks!

Bengali’s favorite sweet and pride, rosogolla or rasgulla got a makeover in Delhi.

A street food vendor wanted to be innovative and probably go viral, so he created a rasgulla chat, capping dessert with yogurt, dry fruit, and tamarind chutney!

Before rasgulla aficionados could get over the shock, a Bangladeshi seller made a tikki version of the chaat!

We love watching them make cold stone ice creams. Not only does the rolling process look therapeutic, but you can also customize the ice.

However, a street food vendor in Indore made something terrible.

Ice cream lovers got confused with his green chili rolled ice cream.

Does the heat of the chili lift the cold ice?

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