Weird Food Combinations You Must Try

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Who knew watermelon and salt could taste good??

1.

Ice cream and fries.


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The perfect balance of sweet and salt.


2.

Salsa and green apples.


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The sourness of green apples and the spice from the salsa makes for a perfect combination.


3.

Honey and pizza.


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Honey helps to dilute the overpowering saltiness of pizza toppings and makes for a milder, more balanced flavour.


4.

Peanut butter and Sriracha.


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Better yet, mix the two together to make a dip for your fries.


5.

Mango and chilli powder.


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This might look weird, but it’s actually a common and delicious treat in some parts of the world.

6.

Basil and strawberry.


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Basil helps offset the sweetness and tartness of the strawberries, resulting in refreshing desserts.

7.

Watermelon and salt.


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Believe it or not, salt actually helps reduce the bitterness of watermelons and makes them taste sweeter.


8.

Ranch dressing and pizza.


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The tanginess from the ranch dressing + saltiness from the pizza = perfection.

9.

Musk melon and prosciutto ham.


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Fruits and meat? A very underrated and delicious food combination.


10.

Bacon and bananas.


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Now you don’t have to choose between sweet and savoury for pancake toppings.


11.

Potato chips and chocolate.


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Because after eating something salty, you crave something sweet, then something salty, then something sweet, then….


12.

Avocado and chocolate.


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Try combining the two in a smoothie or a milkshake and thank us later.


13.

Ice cream and olive oil.


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The next time you have dessert, ditch the chocolate syrup and try the traditional Italian method of topping your ice creams off with olive oil.


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