Maggi with Makki ki Roti was what one Twitter made during lockdown.
There are interesting food combinations, and then there are food combinations that are completely bizarre. Such dishes and foods should be wiped off the face of the Earth, according to many who experience their tastes. A video of a fusion food – ice cream dosa – had been invented by a street dosa vendor and had got mixed reactions from the internet. A similar fusion food has been invented by a Twitter user, who combined homemade instant noodles Maggi with Makki ki Roti. Take a look at his post:
Makki ki roti with maggi???? pic.twitter.com/UZK1MvsqPY
— Rishav Sharma (@rishav_sharma1) April 2, 2020
Rishav Sharma shared the picture on his Twitter handle. He was eating a Makki ki Roti made by roasting the Makki dough on a tawa, combining it with a masala Maggi, which was cooked with loads of vegetables. While most users expressed their sheer disgust at the combination, some poured in their reactions with hilarious memes. A few users actually didn’t find the dish repulsive, instead, they actually said that they would be interested in eating the bizarre combination. Take a look at all the reactions:
Duniya sach mein khatam hone wali hai
— माधुरी बोरसे (@MadhuriBorse1) April 2, 2020
Surf excel Ka power bhi daal leta thoda
— Sir Chahal❁ (@Sirchahal) April 2, 2020
Maggi k sath esa karney waleko “zinda pakadna h “ ???????? pic.twitter.com/NpkiiQIbyC
— Gaurav singh | ਗੌਰਵ ਸਿੰਘ | गौरव सिंह | גאורב סינג (@Gauravs71924487) April 2, 2020
Nothing that I dont like on the plates. Yumza!
— ~misschakravorty~ (@TheShaktiRoopa) April 2, 2020
— Dr.Minakshi Mishra (@savethesaviours) April 2, 2020
— MP (@mpopat) April 3, 2020
There is no end to eccentric and weird things on the internet, with combinations like Kiwi Pizza also doing the rounds on social media. During the time of nationwide lockdown, many people are experimenting in the kitchen and enhancing their cooking prowess. Although the good thing about this combination was that it made the best of available resources, but the Internet did not find the concept of the Makki ki Roti and Maggi appealing.
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