One of the most eagerly awaited occasions in our life is getting married. The gala event features a wide range of elements, including gorgeous décor and delectable cuisine. We all look forward to the opulent wedding buffets as soon as we get a wedding invitation. Foodies are unable to stop thinking about the endless rows of delectable cuisine, from street food to Desi Chinese. One wedding meal, nevertheless, has gone viral for all the wrong reasons. A recent video featuring an influencer eating a meal named Palak Chhole Chawal that was served in a kulhad went viral online. Look at this:
On Monday afternoon, @dakuwithchaku posted the video on Twitter. Since it was uploaded, it has accumulated over 343k views and 1.2k likes. He captioned the photo, "Koi roko in influenza ko.. fascinating dish...ffs that's how most Indians eat dal chawal and sabji."
We could see the cooking of the peculiar meal known as palak chhole chawal in the popular video. There were many unusual items being utilised to make the meal, which was being made on a live counter. A large scoop of rice and some ghee were first heated on a tawa. The rice was then topped with a dash of chaat masala and both chhole and palak ki sabzi. The meal was served in a kulhad, an earthen pot with a few onion rings as a garnish.
The peculiar meal continues to split Twitter users. Many people thought this invention was superfluous. "It is not worthwhile to attempt any modifications to a food served in a Kulhad or a Matka. Cut this crap out, "a user commented. Another person remarked, "My kid eats this food virtually every day after school, but alas! without uttering any term even somewhat enticing." Others said that this was a main course item rather than an appetiser. One user commented, "Main course plate transformed into kulhad appetiser."
How did you find the palak chhole meal that was presented to you in a kulhad? What about you? In the comments, please.