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If you are a food lover and have a great taste for traditional Mughlai cuisine, then surely you cannot go wrong with Biryani unless it is vegetarian. Biryani holds immense popularity across India and forms the heart and soul of Nawaabi culture.It is considered as one of the most iconic dish mankind has ever had and tampering with any of its ingredients is truly a blasphemy.
If you thought a seed of cardamom or an elaichi is the worst thing that can happen to you while relishing the palate appeasing taste of Biryani, then we have got sad news for you. But ladies who are trying to conceive must avoid this food. Pasta is not recommended to the one's who want to get pregnant due to the presence of gluten. While brown rice Biryani is suggested to the women. So, ladies drop the idea of tasting this innovation.
In a shocking act, this Pune based eatery has made a worst transformation, which can leave you disheartened– Pasta Biryani With Oregano Raita. Yes you heard it right!! Why would anyone with a great affinity for food ruin two completely perfect dishes and produce this horrendous combination? We can’t even begin to think what oregano Raita actually means?
Pasta Biryani 😡😡Leave our Biryani alone— Salman (@salman2979)
As expected, Twitter lost their shit over it and here are some of the best reactions:
Italians and Indians don't mix. Be it politics(congress) or food . Pasta is good biryani is good but biryani-pasta .hey bhagwaan !— nirav patani (@nirav_patani)
Our thoughts exactly!
Looks like someone mixed the leftover food.— anupma (@anupmabakshi)
Said it like a true biryani lover:
Kuch cheezon ka mazaq nahe hota: Mother, Motherland and Biryani!!— Noman Yousuf (@NomanYousufDan)
He must be smoking something good.
WTF !To the Phucking Inventor 😬 — Spartacus Asli Wala (@SpartacusAsli)
this means WAR....— SANDIPAN MITRA (@SANDIPANMITRA6)
We too are seeking an answer.
Came across this! Pasta Biryani with Oregano raita?! WHY? JUST WHY?? 😣— Taqato (@TaqatoUAE)
Pasta f***ing biryani? Is this some revenge for Pav Bhaji sauce pasta?— Harshad Deshpande (@d_harshad_d)
What the fuck is Pasta Biryani ? What Zaleel people 😑😑— Munazza مُنَزَّہ (@munazzaanwaar)
Disgrace. That's exactly what this is.
stop disgracing biryani with your pineapples and pasta and fuck off— Mariam (@nebulousme_)
Sums it up just about right.
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