Believe it or not, Twitter fights are the best, especially when they are about food and Pakistan and India are involved in it. A debate started on the social media platform when a New York Times author called it a “stalwart of Pakistani Chinese cooking.”

The tweet was then blew up and foodies from both the countries jumped in to give their opinions. The original tweet said,

“A stalwart of Pakistani Chinese cooking, chicken Manchurian is immensely popular at Chinese restaurants across South Asia.”

Soon after the tweet was posted, we saw people blaming the Pakistani author for being biased.

Another user even named the “alleged chef” who introduced the cuisine. Wow.

How can a food debate go on without mentioning BIRYANI!!!
We also saw some people talking sense there!

Topics #Chicken Manchurian #NYT