These 5 Odd Food Combinations Will Tickle Your Texas Tastebuds
Any good chef will tell you that experimentation is the key to discovering new flavors that tantalize the taste buds. Here in Texas we all have our favorite foods, but stepping out of the comfort zone can bring on some surprisingly delicious tastes.
All Recipes has a good list of weird food combinations that many say go great together. I wanted to put my own spin on this with some I've heard about. Check out five food combinations that might raise some eyebrows, but could leave you asking for more.
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Chocolate and Avocado
Who would think that the creamy texture of avocado would go along with chocolate? It's said this pairing works great in desserts, adding some velvety goodness that’s both nutritious and delicious.
Chili and Chocolate
Every Texan should try this at least once. Bringing together the fiery pep of chilies with the sweetness of chocolate equals a delicious blend of spicy and sweet for some. This combination has roots going back a long time.
Bacon and Chocolate
Salty and sweet is always a great pairing, but bacon and chocolate takes things to the next level. The crispy, smoky notes of bacon collide with the smooth, sweet taste of chocolate, making it a popular duo.
Pineapple and Blue Cheese
This pairing may be less popular, but the tanginess of pineapple perfectly complements the boldness of blue cheese. It's refreshing yet hearty. Give it a go sometime.
Apples and Cheese
Another combination that's been around for a while. The crispness of apples and the creaminess of cheese create a nice, smooth balance. Some enjoy it as a snack or even a dessert. Either way, this pair offers a mix of textures and flavors.
Diving into the world of unusual and strange food combinations can be an awesome experience filled with unexpected pleasure. These five duos, while a bit strange, spotlight possibilities you get when different flavors and textures meet.
Be adventurous and give these pairings a try. I'm willing to bet that you might just stumble upon a new favorite. There are plenty more crazy and quirky food combinations out there that are Texan-approved. To see what I mean, look below.