Viral Cheese Gola Video Labelled ‘Worst Food Combo’ By Netizens

While a refreshing ice gola or a bowl of ice falooda seems like just the treat everyone needs in the summer, no one would imagine dumping a smattering of grated cheese on top. However, as is evident from viral food combinations that are beyond bizarre, a food vendor in Ahmedabad is making waves for all the wrong reasons. Shared by a food vlogger named Siddharth Shah on his Instagram, the video demonstrates the assembly of a cheese gola which the vlogger says has a ‘khatta-meetha’ (sour-sweet) flavour when eaten.

Starting off with a mound of shaved ice in a bowl, the vendor tops it with a variety of colourful syrups and ladles of rabri and fresh cream. He further adds texture with halved cashews, crushed biscuits, flaked almonds and dried raisins. While these fixings are also typical of an ice falooda, what made this video viral was the addition of grated processed cheese on top to finish the dish. As viewers reeled from the absurdity of the offering, some even labelled the cheese gola as the worst food combination of all time. However, keeping this one company is a list of some absurd food combinations, similar to the ones listed below:

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