Corona Pakoda is an image that went viral on social media.
The global epidemic Coronavirus is spreading at a rapid pace, with countries coming to a standstill to combat it. India has also gone on a complete lockdown till 15th April as a preventive measure to tackle the Coronavirus. Public awareness about maintaining personal hygiene and cleanliness is also being spread during this time. While government and health agencies continue to dispel rumours and myths around the disease, the general public is thriving on jokes and messages around Coronavirus. The jokes continue to go viral on social media platforms and spread a little bit of cheer and respite.
One such picture that has gone viral is that of the ‘Corona Pakoda’. Yes, there is such a dish that has been invented and the picture is being widely circulated on social media such as WhatsApp, Facebook and Twitter. The pakoda balls were shaped like the novel Coronavirus, in a spherical shape with tiny outgrowths coming out of it. Take a look at the picture:
Want to eat this? ???? pic.twitter.com/t1Bb48SRQh
— Astronaut ???? (@TheRobustRascal) March 20, 2020
Needless to say, the picture went viral instantaneously on social media. Users reacted to the picture asking if the dish was Chinese, while others still asked for the recipe of the interesting and unique dish. Take a look at some of the reactions:
Hell No!! ????????
— Saurabh Pandey (@karancute8) March 21, 2020
— Quran_tined ठरकी कउवा (@owljeet) March 20, 2020
— Navneet Singh Saini (@navneet_singh__) March 20, 2020
It was quite a creative approach to the simple Pakoda recipe, which are basically assorted vegetables, deep-fried in a gram flour batter. The shape that the Pakodas took was exactly like the Coronavirus, which made it relevant to the ongoing crisis.
What did you think about the Corona Pakoda? Would you try it at home? Tell us in the comments below!
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