Maggi and golgappe are probably two of the most loved dishes for any Indian. However, no one really saw the instant noodles finding its way into the street food as a filling. Sadly, this too has become a reality, and a video of it is going viral, leaving netizens feeling squeamish online.
As there is no dearth of food experiments online, leading to mostly disastrous outcomes. As Maggi-pani puri joins the trend, foodies took to social media to share their cringe. In a video posted on Twitter, a person is seen swapping the usual potato filling with instant masala noodles. And to finish it off, he is seen adding the spicy mint water before serving the dish.
“Dealing mid-week crisis with Maggi Pani Puri…Hope it helps you all too [sic],” Twitter user Mohammed Futurewala wrote sharing the clip on Wednesday.
Watch the video here:
Dealing mid week crisis with Maggi Pani Puri…Hope it helps you all too🥶🥶🥶 pic.twitter.com/qrWJ7IsQkM
— Mohammed Futurewala (@MFuturewala) February 23, 2022
While most were confused why this was created in the first place, others were reminded of a photo of a Maggi golgappe that went viral in 2020.
Recipe video. pic.twitter.com/ccATNZ9yj5
— Saharsh (@whysaharsh) June 3, 2020
As many users slammed the person for sharing the bizarre food and threatened to block him, a few jokingly said that they are willing to try the dish.
You’ll be banned from social media soon 😾
— Arshdeep Sandhu (Raavi) (@arsh11kaur) February 23, 2022
Creativity k chakkar me mood kyun kharab kia
— Sajid (@sajcasm_) February 23, 2022
Why spoil Panipuri? It’s not Noodlepuri!
— IMA (@IMA_Indian) February 23, 2022
Use Hazmola water with Ruh Afza on it
— Foolstop (@bhatkahua) February 23, 2022
— Amita (@amitanatverlal) February 23, 2022
— Sourabh Kumar (@ksourabh90) February 23, 2022
— Agrawal Rishi (@AgrawalRishi1) February 23, 2022
— Apocalypse (@Mizzling_Gaze) February 23, 2022
This is the limit!
— manisha singhal (@manishasinghal) February 23, 2022
Damn!!! This is killer!!! Can turn a foodie like me ..against food!
— Deepali Prabhu (@Deepali_p) February 23, 2022
Nothing inherently wrong here. Would have used red chilli garlic chutney instead of green one. Or maybe soupy Maggi
— Bored banker (@Boredbanker6) February 23, 2022
This would taste good. I can imagine https://t.co/m0XyRJm7Xw
— CA Yash (@yashzzzzzzzz) February 23, 2022
If people can eat boondi filling paani puri, then they should have no problem with this. https://t.co/uVebpiCmni
— alkalien (@alkalien) February 23, 2022
— Mehran मेहरान (@mehranzaidi) February 23, 2022
— yugs 📼 (@chaoticbin_) February 23, 2022
Last year, a restaurant selling butter chicken golgappe left netizens shocked while a photo of Maggi milkshake and Fanta Maggi left a bad taste in most, saying their favourite dish has been “ruined”.
In case you thought only such odd combinations exist, some creative souls also tried to give the savoury dish a sweet twist. In the past, recipes for Maggi laddus and kheer have also gone viral, leaving all frustrated online, with foodies asking food bloggers to leave their ‘simple joys of life’ alone.