5 Popular Online Trends But Make Them Food

Discover the Wine-Level Complexities of Indian Coffee

Staying at home has led to so much free time in our lives. That free time has led to some great but also some super cringy content (remember that lady who put smarties in her spaghetti dish? Yup I also want to forget it.). Cringe aside, we’ve had some great food trends come our way that absolutely blew up on Instagram. Brace yourself, you’ll probably want to try all of them.

Dalgona Coffee

Takes too much time to make and leaves your hand a painful mess. But it tastes so very good and looks like magic! Now, who doesn’t wanna drink some magic, right?


Cloud Bread

Egg whites, cornstarch, and sugar. That’s all you need to make this beautiful, fluffy bread. Throw in some food colouring and achieve aesthetic awesomeness!


Bubble Tea

For those of you who haven’t tried it yet, it’s totally worth the hype. Everything about bubble tea, or boba (as the “kids” like to call it) is just *chef’s kiss.*


Baked Feta Pasta

The easiest pasta ever. All you need is tomatoes, feta cheese, olive oil, and of course, pasta! Top it off with some seasoning and you’re good to go.

Tortilla Wrap

Super simple, so efficient. It’s so easy, it genuinely looks like magic at first!

Try them out at home. I know I have!

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on google
Share on linkedin
Share on pinterest

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related articles

Shakarkandi Ka Halwa

This a healthy, delicious sweet potato halwa recipe that anyone can make. So save this recipe for later.
Ingredients required:
Shakarkand or sweet potatoes boiled, peeled, and mashed – 1 cup
Ghee – 2 tbsp
Milk – ½ cup
Sugar – 2-3 tbsp
Cardamom powder – ¼ tsp
Almonds or cashews, chopped – 2 tbsp

How to make Shakarkandi Ka Halwa:
1. Boil the sweet potato in a pressure cooker (5-6 whistles) or Instant pot (manual 15 minutes). When cool to the touch, peel, and mash using a potato masher.
2. Heat ghee in a pan on medium heat. Once hot, add mashed sweet potatoes.
3. Mix and cook constantly, stirring until it becomes thick and leaves the sides of the pan.
4. Now add milk, mix well and cook until all the moisture evaporates and leaves the sides of the pan.
5. Add sugar, and cardamom powder mix, and cook, till sugar melts,
6. The texture will become loose and runny again. Cook until it becomes thick again.
7. Lastly, add sliced almonds. Shakarkandi Ka Halwa is ready to serve.