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Finally! Momina Mustehsan and Danyal Zafar Give an Update On What We All Wanted to Hear

Finally Momina Mustehsan and Danyal Zafar Give an Update On What We All Wanted to Hear

Before we begin, let’s take a moment to breathe a sigh of relief. The epic rumble on Twitter between Momina Mustehsan and Danyal Zafar which engrossed us all in the past days has finally been laid to rest.


Recently, Momina and Danyal together made a lot of noise on Twitter which involved so many people. But if you don’t have any background on the story, make sure you don’t miss it here.

The Twitter War between Momina and Danyal captivated our attention…

For Danyal Zafar, it was non-desi food.

But Momina Mustehsan jumped in and she rather fancies it otherwise.

The million dollar question – whose side should we take? Desi food is matchless in taste. While all the rest does have a rich assortment of ingredients you cannot find in other options. Keeping that in mind, it was hard to take sides with either Momina Mustehsan or Danyal Zafar but apparently, people did…

Reality check: we needed a middle ground. A settlement. Something that could work well with both. It turns out, they have settled for something and there’s a twist in the tale.

Momina and Danyal agreed to something really different which excites us!

*Lay down one’s arms*

Fusion of food? How could that be possible?

*Raises a white flag*

So, the remarkable twist Momina Mustehsan and Danyal Zafar have taken is the fusion between both. Yes, guys, blending both the extremes! Keeping that in mind, how does meat balls on Pizza sound to you? Exciting? It’s surely interesting how the fusion recipe is going to turn out.

Pakistanis have followed suit and this is what they think about it:

And it’s a perfectly thin crust!

True. Can’t imagine mornings without Omlete-Paratha

Nutella paratha too!

What in the world is that?

I, hands down, ship it. #FusionFood

See, guys? Thank God for the fusion recipe

All this food talk is making me hungry. Now, I can easily make up my mind for anything, to say the least. What do you guys think about the fusion of desi and non-desi food?

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