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5 bizarre chocolate dishes that you’ll love!

Please show me one person who doesn't like chocolates! Never mind, I know it’s hard! Chocolate is one of the most loved things around the globe and the emotion is similar throughout the world. Today is the day where we celebrate the genius creation of mankind, it’s International Chocolate day! Chocolates have the power to enchant anybody and everybody with their smooth, creamy, and rich texture and flavour. They are usually portrayed as an unhealthy snack, but you know,  anything in moderation never hurts. In fact, mindful intake of chocolates has enormous benefits for your body. (You can google it!) To the number one mood lifter, our best friend on all days and our go-to snack, let’s appreciate chocolates today. But, in a slightly different way! Here are some of the epic and bizarre chocolate dishes which are going to make your jaw drop with their weird charm. Why bizarre recipes on this special day?  Because why not! It’s fun to make and adds the extra to your ordinary day! C’mon, join me in the chocolaty journey!

  1. Chocolate Pizza 

Pizza is such a lovely thing which was invented by humans, isn't it? We all love our share of cheesy pizzas with our favourite toppings and chocolates are also our favourite, so why not combine the two and make something extraordinary! It might sound odd but pizza getting a chocolaty makeover with nutty chocolates, colourful candies, and spongy marshmallows is like a dream come true. 

  1. Chocolate Momos 

Standing on the street, biting onto steaming hot momos with fiery schezwan chutney, making us gibberish with a slight smile on our faces is a blissful experience we all miss quite a lot. But you should try these sweet chocolate momos which can give a tough competition to the savoury ones. I am pretty sure it’s gonna be hard to choose one now!

  1. Chocolate Parantha 

Parantha is one of the most famous Punjabi flatbreads which we Indians are crazy for! And honestly, it is totally worth all that craze. This flatbread is so versatile that it can be prepared with literally any ingredient and you will go gaga over it. How about chocolates? Yes, you heard it right! Add some chocolate to your regular parantha and not just kids, even the adults are gonna love this one! 

  1. Chocolate Moong Dal Pancakes 

Pancakes sound too fancy and firangi, right? But guess what, here is a version that is pretty desi and super simple to prep. Pancakes are one of the best breakfast foods and can be made quickly within minutes. These moong dal pancakes with the addition of chocolates are not only yummy but also filled with essential nutrients and goodness. Got a sweet tooth? This is your kinda brekkie then!

  1. Chocolate Samosa

Samosa! I dare you to say this out loud and not start drooling over this beauty! Be it any occasion or sudden visit of guests or just a casual snack, samosa is just our saviour. But, what would you think about a samosa with chocolate, eww or wow? Whoever felt a slight cringe after reading this, you must try this delicious snack. I'm not gonna say more than this because once you dive in, there is no coming back! 

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MasterChef Sanjeev Kapoor

Chef Sanjeev Kapoor is the most celebrated face of Indian cuisine. He is Chef extraordinaire, runs a successful TV Channel FoodFood, hosted Khana Khazana cookery show on television for more than 17 years, author of 150+ best selling cookbooks, restaurateur and winner of several culinary awards. He is living his dream of making Indian cuisine the number one in the world and empowering women through power of cooking to become self sufficient. His recipe portal www.sanjeevkapoor.com is a complete cookery manual with a compendium of more than 10,000 tried & tested recipes, videos, articles, tips & trivia and a wealth of information on the art and craft of cooking in both English and Hindi.