Updated: September 10, 2020 12:19:16 pm
Every now and then videos of bizarre food combinations go viral on social media even though there are a few that actually look like worth giving a try. One such a strange kitchen experiment that has made netizens cringe is a “chocolate-coated fried chicken” recipe.
Originally posted on TikTok by user @unadelicia, the video shows a chef teaching people how to cook fried chicken. The video shows the chicken drumsticks are first roasted in oven. Next, the cooked chicken drumsticks are dipped inside a bowl of chocolate before being fried and served. Here, take a look.
Watch the video here:
White ppl come outside right now we need to throw hands for this. pic.twitter.com/NMOmGTyqH0
— Supervillian テガ (@RTthehoodstar) September 3, 2020
Viewed over one million times, the video has prompted several reactions among netizens, with some wondering why were the chicken drumsticks dipped in chocolate. “Did they just fry chicken and dip it in chocolate?” tweeted a user, while another called the dish “nasty”.
Can I have my share before you dip it in the chocolate, please. pic.twitter.com/1w94pgVjCu
— Flóki Vilgerðarson (@HlambaNgocobelo) September 4, 2020
me the whole time pic.twitter.com/zHLy33rT2X
— 𝐦𝐜𝐦𝐱𝐜𝐯_𝐢 🚀✨ (@anesuishec) September 5, 2020
By the gods I have seen it all pic.twitter.com/EVoL6jyHEr
— YEDU D. FIRST REAL KING (@YEDU_EHI) September 4, 2020
Can we talk about how Chocolate can’t be fried … because it can’t pic.twitter.com/ciIwAGrRVo
— #ZimbabweanLivesMatter (@pxrple_mxnchie) September 4, 2020
I feel nauseous watching this pic.twitter.com/TRtQpfnzYe
— yu weird😊🏳️🌈🌈 (@Tan_Ya_Lee) September 4, 2020
Who is responsible for this pic.twitter.com/OK344VNuOO
— YBN Taco Salad 🌮🥗 (@Zouthern_Charm) September 4, 2020
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