Ever tried having chicken tikka with tea? (Source: pocoschick/Reddit)
You can eat whatever you want, of course, but looks like some people are going overboard with their food experiments to challenge their taste buds. The latest among these is Chicken Tikka in tea. Yes, you read that right.
We bet you have not come across this unthinkable food combination yet, but thanks to a Reddit user who recently shared a video of tikka dipped in milk tea, you do now. The person loved the taste and wrote, "At first, I wasn't too sure about it, but after I tried it, I'm really digging the flavor. The after-taste was decent."
Would you try the combo? (Source: pocoschick/Reddit)
If you are already feeling uneasy, take a look at some of the other bizarre food combos that will surely blow your mind:
Idli in tea
The same Reddit user earlier posted a video of eating idli dipped in milk tea, and wrote, "Hello, I am new to India. I hope I am doing this right." Clearly, his source of information is questionable.
Idli with tea — ever heard about the combo? (Source: pocoschick/Reddit)
Nutella and biryani
You were complaining about veg biryani? Then how would you explain people's desire to ruin the flavour of biryani with cocoa?
Nutella with biryani (Source: thatdoggonelady/Twitter)
Gulab jamun ki sabzi
Who knew your favourite dessert would find a place in rich creamy gravy? This unique sabzi, however, is known to be a delicacy in Rajasthan, where gulab jamun is deep-fried and added to a gravy, instead of a sugar syrup.
Gulab jamun sabzi (Source: Harsh Mittal/Twitter)
Gulab jamun pizza
After pineapple pizza and chocolate pizza, it was gulab jamun toppings on pizza crust that caught everyone's attention. So, is it really pizza or dessert?
Gulab jamun pizza (Source: Pagliaccio/Twitter)
Sweet Rose Maggi
Your regular two-minute noodle with veggies is passe. A food blogger on YouTube chose to add condensed milk and dried rose petals to Maggi to make kheer. Watch the recipe and decide for yourself if you want to have it.
Maggi with orange
As if kheer Maggi was not enough, netizens were treated to yet another marvel of food experiments — Maggi with orange.
Maggi with orange (Source: Dessie Aussie/Twitter)
Green chilli and ice cream
If our mood swings were to be defined by something, this food combination would get the hamper. In case you are in a mood to eat both spicy and sweet, here's your option.
Green chilli with ice cream (Source: abasketfullofash/Instagram)
Would you like to try any of these food combinations?