US President Donald Trump’s visit to India has taken over Indian television and social media and immediately provided for some stimulating discussion, thanks to a food menu circulating online.
Trump’s first stop on his whirlwind, 36-hour visit to the country was at the Sabarmati Ashram in Gujarat’s Ahmedabad.
A high tea was prepared for the Trump family at the ashram, the menu of which included canned fruit juice, tetra packs of coconut water and broccoli samosa.
The last item in particular has baffled Indian Twitter users, many of whom cannot comprehend this particular avatar of the fried snack.
Forget all that, what on Earth is "Broccoli Samosa"??? 😲 😱😱 😲— رميزrk (@rkUntold) February 24, 2020
Broccoli 🥦 and Corn 🌽 #Samosa - wondering what will it turn out to be? 🤔— RuchiAngrish (@RuchiAngrish) February 24, 2020
Broccoli and corn button samosa 🥵 https://t.co/TuqayM7KJU— taika waititi stan acc (@0CreativityGang) February 24, 2020
Broccoli samosa 😭😭— payal.......... (@muse_nobody) February 24, 2020
Not even in my nightmares I would have imagined something like broccoli samosa!— AV (@Ankita14v) February 24, 2020
Has anyone ever actually eaten broccoli samosas? pic.twitter.com/yuYsAIVD1B— Parikshit Tank (@pariktank) February 24, 2020
“In the past, the countries Trump has visited often accommodate his diet, feeding him lamb or another alternative if steak is not on the menu. But several officials said it’s hard to imagine Modi serving the President his usual fare,” the report said.
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