World’s Weirdest Meals in Unusual Looks

World’s Weirdest Meals in Unusual Looks



What we decide to eat always depends on how it looks. The combination and the colors of a meal has a huge appeal on hunger. If we see a meal that we are used to in a different color (maybe a blue potato), the first thing we consider is ‘is it edible’? You’ll now see some of the edible ones of food, some of are cooked while some of them are raw.



You might associate red color with spicy or hot flavoured meals, or you might not like beets in your food. But these red velvet pancakes are made of beets. When you add some cooked and mashed beets to your regular pancake recipe, you’ll get these red velvet pancakes.



We know that today, the fruits and vegetables might not be 100% natural (appealed with food dye, various types of sprays to make it look fresh etc.) but these purple and orange cauliflowers are actually natural. Because of antioxidant anthocyanin and generic mutation, cauliflowers turn into purple and orange. It is up to your cooking skills and creativity how to use these colorful cauliflowers.



Unless it is a herb, green color in food can be perceived as mold. A green spinach sounds ok, but a green spinach cake might not. Maybe its recipe can be attractive: blend eggs, vanilla and sugar, then add lime juice, oil with spinach, and some flour, there you go.



Kiwano (aka Horned Melon) is an another weird looking nutrient. This exotic orange colored fruit has a green, gelatinous inner flesh. Because it is a fruit, it is full of vitamins such as vitamin A, C and E. Kiwano’s origin is South Africa.



Another fruit that looks weird is Rambutan. With its strange, fluffy shell, Rambutan is a sweet-sour tasted fruit that has various types of vitamins. Rambutan is also called ‘The King of Fruits’ at its origin, Far East.



Again an exotic fruit, Cherimoya (also known as Ice Cream Fruit) is one of the fruits that looks unusual. The reason behind its name (Ice Cream Fruit) is the flesh of the fruit is white and has a creamy form. Be careful and don’t eat its kernels, they’re toxic. Cherimoya’s origin is Peru and it can be found in South and Middle America, Europe, Far East and Israel.


Nature is full of surprises. There are times that we combine them and create a brand new one. These beautiful and strange dishes are only one of the creations in this mesmerized world. Enjoy it!




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