The moment a man eats the hottest flounder in the world … and hardly flatters an eyelid!
- Customer gets the fire-paan street food in his mouth at the market of Delhi, India
- The historical dish consists of betel leaves and contains herbs and chutney
- Has been famously fired and meant to & # 39; mouth refresher & # 39; to offer after a heavy meal
A customer was filmed eating & # 39; the world's hottest food at a street market in Delhi.
In the amazing clip, a chef holds the fire-paan street food snack on his hand and grinds pepper over it.
The savory dish consists of betel leaves, areca nut and a cocktail of herbs – including cloves, betel nuts and cardamom that are filled inside, as well as chutney.
A man got the novelty fire-paab Indian street-food snack at a market in Delhi. This dish consists of betel leaves, areca nut, dried fruit and a cocktail of herbs – including cloves, betel nuts and cardamom
Holidaymakers who brave the burning dish can choose whether to spit the herbs from this new snack.
And as shown in this mind-expanding clip, the cook wraps the betel that contains the luminous flickering flame and pushes it into the customer's mouth.
A little girl in the neighborhood screams & # 39; mommy & # 39; while she watches how the flaming food is pushed into his mouth and anticipates the result.
Fire-paan has been enjoyed for centuries as a mouth freshener after a heavy meal. The betel leaves can cure a variety of disease symptoms, including cough, cold and headache
The snack was introduced after someone complained about a mouth ulcer and healed the natural properties of the betel leaf, according to Ayurvedic medicine
In the meantime, others seem to opt for wine leaves and nibble on the offer, apparently not phased by the blazing spectacle.
While the historical dish is put into the man's mouth, the flames are immediately put out.
Smoke blows from his mouth and uses his hands to scoop up the leaves around the edge of his lips – and doesn't even close an eyelid.
Fire-paan has been enjoyed for centuries as a mouth freshener after a heavy meal. According to Ayurvedic medicine, the betel leaves can cure all sorts of disease symptoms, including cough, cold and headache.
It was even introduced after someone complained about a mouth ulcer and immediately healed the betel-leaf snack.
This delicacy has seen modern interpretations, including the Chocolate Paan and Ice-Paan.
Chocolate paan uses sweet betel leaves and is dipped in melted chocolate.
But it has not always been popular because Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has talked about how this affects cleanliness.
The Varanasi Municipal Corporation (VMC) said it would introduce Rs 500 fines for paan chewers spitting in the open air and Rs 100 for scattering the leaves.
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