41 Weird Food Combos That Actually Work Very Well, According To These People On The Internet
Hurry up, Panda, what’s your favorite weird food combination? For us, it’s probably ham and (alas!) pineapple and pizza melon. delicious? absolutely! However, not everyone agrees. I can already see some frowning.
Launched by Redditor u/wildwoodflower_ super fun thread After asking people on r/AskReddit about their absolute favorite food pairings, others found it very strange and happily spilled the beans. Scroll down to find some quirky gastronomic inspiration for your next meal.
Curious to learn more about how the different flavors work together, I reached out to pie artist Jessica Leigh Clark Bogin. @thePieousShe explained that it is possible to make any combination work together in the right way, but some combinations are much more difficult to get right. We’ve also revealed the most unusual pie flavor of all! Read More bored panda Interview pie artist.
I put honey on the fried chicken. learned from her father. Everyone who sees it is disgusted, but it is delicious.
Pie artist Jessica @thePieous, told Bored Panda to never say “never” to flavor combinations. “In the right hand, it Technically Almost any two flavors can be paired well with just the right amount of balance and accompanying supporting flavors, textures, and elements like spice and temperature,” she explained. However, there is a caveat.
“That said, we generally want to avoid combining two very intense flavors together, like coffee, mint and citrus, because the taste buds have a hard time separating the flavors. It’s like listening to two different songs in the same place, written at different tempos, all at the same time. It becomes a simpler problem.
Baking experts pointed out that we need to look at the basic elements that make up an ingredient’s flavor profile: how sweet, salty, or bitter it is. Then see if all the other ingredients you choose work together at that level. Salt softens the sweetness of sugary dishes and makes it easier to appreciate the flavor complexity that lies beneath all the sugar—and neither that sugar nor salt.” Table salt and granulated It should be presented in the basic form of sugar. ”
One of my grandmothers liked to stuff a banana with a few pretzel sticks.The salt and banana crunch is a surprisingly decent combination of texture and flavor.
For example, if you are making salted white fish and want to add a touch of sweetness to your dish, you can do so with dark chocolate. Jessica pointed out that although it sounds strange, it actually works (and I really want to try it in person). Or, if you want a touch of salt to your caramel ice cream, you can add diced pickles. But don’t hit me until you try it!” @thePieous It encouraged everyone to try it for themselves.
“Very mild flavored fatty ingredients like avocado and mayonnaise can be used in place of oils and solid fats in almost all sweet dishes. We forget there are countless ways to combine sweetness, salt, acid, spice and fat into a delicious new medley.”
Bored Panda was also very interested in the weird flavor combinations Jessica tried while baking the pies. She said she hasn’t ventured too far into avant-garde territory with her pies. I’ve added a little more, but it’s so delicious!”
According to Jessica, it’s her friends who really push the boundaries of flavor combinations. Food historian Ken AlvaraHe does this daily “with fruity and spicy patties and an irresistible array of tapas that push the boundaries.” She quipped: “I don’t know if I have the courage to try his ‘fried turkey rice with pickled escarole, manchego, and pickled plum paste’ like he does, but what’s missing?” You may not know!”
I try to make a lot of people laugh. Drained tuna and mackin cheese. Like mixed. I started doing it like 17 years ago when I was lifting weights in high school. I don’t know if I like it lol
I like to make PB&J with tortillas. Unfold it and roll it up.
The redditor thread was a huge success. At the time of writing, it had 12,000 upvotes. But the real win was uncovering all the unique things people love to eat! Food is always a hot topic because it’s something we all do. is what we enjoy most and our relationship with cooking.
Food traditions are a way of staying connected with older generations, so some people continue to cook the exact same dishes as their parents or grandparents. Still, others may focus on nutrition over taste and make a quick and healthy meal (not appetizing). but it certainly can be). It really depends on each person.
There is a lot of room for individuality and expression in cooking. Especially considering that we all have slightly different tastes and come from different cultural backgrounds. Some people prefer However, this is not the case for everyone.
Others may prefer the subtleties and nuances of their cuisine.Instead of a peanut butter and milk chocolate milkshake, think handcrafted 70% cocoa chocolate.
I like potato chips and tuna salad. Sometimes if I’m lazy, I literally throw potato chips into a bowl of tuna salad and get a delicious salty crunch with every bite of tuna.
What really matters is flavors work together (Or don’t!). Some food combinations sound absolutely atrocious on paper but are divine in reality. Repeat.
While there are always people who enjoy even the strangest combinations, it would be naive to think that a bonanza of pickles, jam, mayonnaise and cherries would be just as crowd-pleasing as a simple cheeseburger.
Broadly speaking, combo that tastes like A sweet and savory creation. Sweet and sour ones too! (So many of us enjoy sweet and sour chicken or the infamous pineapple and ham combo on pizza.) It all depends on how brave and open you are to new experiences. It’s taking
If you dare to bite into something that sounds strange, you may be pleasantly surprised. Heck, it just might become your new favorite cheat meal.
I go first, everyone thinks I’m insane bc I love fries with mustard not ketchup
I always make eggs with garlic. Sauté minced garlic before adding eggs, add garlic powder, or cook eggs in olive oil infused with garlic. They just taste better!
Then I put strawberry jam on it and put it on toast, or if I don’t have bread, I put strawberry jam on it and mix it.
Peanut butter, bacon, tomato, and onion sandwich. My dad used to do it and now I’m hooked.
A sausage McMuffin with hash browns and grape jelly.
I thought this was pretty common, but I’ve never met anyone who does this. Most people think it sucks.
French fries dipped in mashed potatoes and gravy
Also, not my invention, peanut butter, dill pickles, and mayonnaise on toasted bread are amazing.
Med rare steak and dark chocolate. It’s just delicious ngl.
As a freshman in college, I ate tuna and spicy V8 almost every day. It gave me paint stripping fumes that almost killed my roommate. 20 years later I still get s**t for that.
Alright, I got this from my family in another country.
Listen to me
Plain yogurt to be precise, it can be Greek style or regular. slap.
potato chips and spaghetti. I eat chips without spaghetti, but I never eat spaghetti without chips. Also, it must be a raise. I rarely eat this anymore, but when I do, I always take a picture and send it to my sister.
Not me, but my partner makes a lot of peanut butter and onion sandwiches…