You might have seen weird, but have you seen this level of abnormal? Well, we won’t make you solve puzzles today since you might have gotten a clue of what we are about to share today. So, if you are still with me, keep reading because today, we shall solve the mystery of why people come up with such bizarre recipes. In Gujrat, India, a local vendor sells Oreo Pakoras, and no, we are not kidding.
The video went viral on social media after the user shared the video of him trying out the bizarre combination of the sweet and savoury. Nonetheless, People are mad.
The Pakora Recipe
The video begins with Amar Sihori explaining that this stall (selling Oreo Pakora) has been around for 15 years, and people, especially children, like to eat these pakoras. He, then, focuses on the food stall owner, who further showed how the pakoras are made. Originally posted on November 4, 2021, the video went viral and garnered over 1 lac views and hundreds of comments.
Take a look at the video below.
Oreo ke pakode😱. from Ahmedabad, Gujarat. 😭😭 pic.twitter.com/Sb6fjYr7m0
— raman (@Dhuandhaar) November 6, 2021
The recipe is simple, just like any other pakora recipe. To make Oreo Pakora, the vendor first made the gram flour batter, then dipped the biscuit in the batter and deep-fried it. He then served it hot with some boiled chillies with a side of chutney. Weird enough to make you puke, right?
The reactions were nothing less than hilarious on the social media posts. People had all kinds of things to say; from people trying to justify the snack to people telling the reason for leaving Gujrat.
However, we are sharing some of the reactions which caught our eyes so that you can have a good laugh too.
Innovation nahi dikhta tum logo ko. Always criticising, huh!🤪
— Maithili (@MaithiliMuses) November 6, 2021
Yeh kuch aise food vlogger hai jo views ke liye kuch bhi dikhate hai🥴I am from ahmedabad and maine aaj tak yeh nahi dekha….yeh bahar ke kuch food vlogger Gujarati food ka namm kharab kar rahe hai… really sad to watching this
— vivek ghetia (@vivekghetia) November 6, 2021
Well, this is a point to ponder. Spreading false information for mere views and likes on social media can sometimes bite you in the back.
— Dhanik Makwana (@The__Nik) November 6, 2021
Can this be more accurate?????
On behalf of all the Gujaratis, I apologise. 😢😢🙏🙏
— Meghrajsinh Jadeja 🇮🇳 (@jadeja_m) November 6, 2021
Someone even took on the responsibility to apologize on behalf of the vendor. We feel you!
Look I would've still been fine only with the pakodas but I lost it when they added chillis and sauce on the side 😭😭
— Radha ⚢ (@limoniumemos) November 6, 2021
Why people try and like such recipes will always be a mystery to us. The debate is never-ending since one out of 20 people would always be willing to try such things. Regardless, we can always look forward to such recipes and maybe once in a while, when the heavens bless us with extra courage, we might be willing to try something like this once in our lifetime.
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