A Twitter user named Pratyasha Rath shared a tweet in which Masterchef Australia’s judges went crazy for Indian savoury snack known as “Bhelpuri”. Her comment section was flooded with memes and tweets just in few minutes.
Recently, an episode of Masterchef Australia left every other Indian amused. And the reason was Indian snack food called ‘Bhelpuri .
The cooking reality TV show had a 10-minute pressure challenge in which contestant named Sarah Todd created a plate of Bhelpuri. Judges liked the dish and asked her how did she prepared it in 10 minutes.
Bhelpuri gaining popularity
‘Bhelpuri’ is getting highly appreciated on the international platform and the judges are infatuated with its ‘complex flavours’.
Later on Sarah Todd said,
Hope Indians are proud that their humble Bhel Puri is getting the recognition
Pratyasha Rath, a twitter user shared a tweet telling about the incident that took place on the show and in few moments her comment section was flooded with memes.
“Someone made Bhel Puri in Masterchef Australia and the judges were like— ‘You packed such complex flavours into this and the raw onions were amazing and how did you manage to do this in 10 minutes!”
Just in few minutes, Rath’s tweet went viral at the speed of light and received almost thirty thousand likes and three thousand retweets.
Someone made Bhel Puri in Masterchef Australia and the judges were like—
‘You packed such complex flavours into this and the raw onions were amazing and how did you manage to do this in 10 minutes!!!’ 😂😂😂
— Pratyasha Rath (@pratyasharath) June 8, 2022
Who would have thought that a simple Indian snack is going to be in limelight someday? Bhel Puri became a hot topic of discussion on social media platforms, and also made multiple headlines.
Bhelpuri has never got such recognition in past and the reason being the fact that a Bhelpuri vendor packs in all flavors in no time which isn’t appreciated enough in the country.
Now that the dish has gone viral, it is being appreciated across the globe.
However, Indians found the situation a little hilarious and couldn’t stop themselves from pointing out that their local street food made it to an international platform. After all this, Prices of Bhelpuri are definitely going to hike in India and all thanks to MasterChef Australia.