Indian food has been receiving a lot of attention from the global community. Newly elected US Vice President Kamala Harris has shared many of her favourite dishes on social media, including her love for Idlis and Tikka. Actor-producer Mindy Kaling and television show host Padma Lakshmi too followed suit, sharing a number of Indian recipes and dishes which are loved by them and their family. Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian too hopped onto the bandwagon of Indian food lovers. He recently took to Twitter to express his love for Garlic Naan, one of the popular North Indian breads. Take a look at his tweet:
Whoever invented garlic naan is a goddamn hero.— §AlexisOhanian 7️⃣7️⃣6️⃣ (@alexisohanian) February 12, 2021
"Whoever invented garlic naan is a goddamn hero," he wrote in his tweet. His thoughts about Garlic Naan struck a chord with countless foodies across the world, garnering over 9.3k likes and hundreds of comments and retweets. Indian food-lovers welcomed Alexis Ohanian to the world of culinary marvels that is the Indian cuisine. Several poured in their thoughts in the comments section about the yummy food that comprises Indian cuisine. A few users also suggested other delicious bread preparations of India which the Reddit co-founder should try, including Paratha, Malabar Parotta, and Peshawari Naan.
Take a look at some reactions:
Try aloo parathas. They are also scrumptious.— Shoaib Taimur (@shobz) February 12, 2021
You gotta have it with cheese, it's unreal. As is cheese, chilli and garlic!— John Morris (@JohnMorris1982) February 12, 2021
Garlic Naan with Grilled Chicken????(dip it into mayonnaise before takin' a bite).... mmuah!
I'm already hungry????— Khalid Saifullah (@k_saifullaah) February 12, 2021
No, whoever invented naan is a hero. The dude who added the garlic...he's a game-changer.????— Winston Leslie (@sirwinstonjr) February 12, 2021
Just wait till you discover Butter Rumali Roti. You'll treat him/her like a god.— Aneekavat Thakur (@aneekavat) February 12, 2021
Users also suggested a few pairings that would go with the delicious Garlic Naan. Some also provided information about how the Garlic Naan came into being and its history. We truly enjoyed seeing this wonderful foodie banter on Twitter! What did you think of the post by Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian? Tell us in the comments below.
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