Indians’ love for food and especially for sweet dishes is world known. We love Jalebi, Malpua, Rasgulla, and many more sweet treats.
But recently, we got to know something that will not go well for you as well. An American food channel called India’s favorite dessert Gulab Jamun as ‘Fried doughnuts of India’
Indian Fried Doughnuts (Gulab Jamun) pic.twitter.com/xCeiol8t07
— Tasty (@tasty) June 29, 2017
‘Tasty’ an online food series by Buzzfeed that is quite popular among internet users currently posted the recipe of Gulab Jamun. But, we have seen little ‘hera-pheri’ of the name. The name given by them to Gulab Jamun infuriated Twitter users. Their mislabelling of Indian delicacy gave an open ground to Twitter to quarrel over dessert’s name.
Indians didn’t spare them at all. They highlighted some foreign dishes and gave them Indian names. Here are some sassiest replies given by them;
French Dosai pic.twitter.com/XGdAjm77FP
— பல் கோட் பலவின் சாரல் நாடன் (@PostModernAsura) May 27, 2018
Lengthy Wada Paav (Hotdog) pic.twitter.com/KWmU3yABUw
— #ChappalChorPakistan (@SupariTroller) May 27, 2018
Angrezi Samosay (Cornish Pasty) pic.twitter.com/tf5SPwTCzN
— nadim (@nadimpatel_) May 26, 2018
Cheese Chapati pic.twitter.com/tlEdUaYpMF
— #ChappalChorPakistan (@SupariTroller) May 26, 2018
Amreekan Chikki (Energy bars) pic.twitter.com/TBCnu7bz5K
— Prachi Naik (@PrachiNaik) May 27, 2018
Angrezi aanday wala pappu burger (Panini) 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/hXNfPAWTMj
— eek (@haloperidolol) May 26, 2018
American malpua. pic.twitter.com/tgeqE2PfnI
— विवेक भारद्वाज (@kali_zubaan) May 27, 2018
However, another Twitter user said, “our dessert is not your goddamn fried doughnut.”
our dessert is not your goddamn fried doughnut
— don't care virgin (@tw0inpeaks) May 27, 2018
So, next time don’t compare any Indian dish because Indians will serve you up rich comebacks.
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