Pakistani Man Makes Jalebi With 3D Printer Nozzle:

In changing times, many absurd experiments are being done with food and drink. Some of these food experiments enhance the taste of the mouth. And some spoil the mind. Recently, many such absurd experiments, from Barbie Biryani to Coffee Maggi, had troubled people's minds. People's anger was sky high after seeing some experiments. Recently, a similar video is coming out from Pakistan, seeing which the country's well-known industrialist Anand Mahindra has been impressed. 

The country's well-known industrialist Anand Mahindra is very active on social media. Every day the posts made by him go viral and attract people's attention within a moment. Recently a post shared by him is in discussion. In the video, the Pakistani confectioner performed such a feat that even Anand Mahindra could not stop himself from praising him. Actually, a confectioner from Faisalabad has come up with such a wonderful trick to make Jalebi that everyone is stunned to see it. Even Anand Mahindra himself said, 'I am more old-fashioned than I thought.'

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I'm a tech buff.

But I confess that seeing jalebis being made using a 3D printer nozzle left me with mixed feelings.

They're my favorite & seeing the batter squeezed out by hand is, to me, an art form.

I guess I'm more old-fashioned than I thought…

— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) February 21, 2024

While sharing this video on micro blogging site X, Anand Mahindra has written, 'I am a tech lover, but I am surprised to see the use of 3D printer nozzle for Jalebi. Many kinds of emotions are surging in my mind. I guess I'm more old-fashioned than I thought.' This video of just 40 seconds is being watched and liked a lot. Users are also giving different types of reactions on the video. One user wrote, people become crazy about new inventions. Another user wrote, but whatever you say sir… hand made jalebi is something else altogether. The third user wrote, no machine will be able to compete with hand made jalebi. To me, this looks more like noodles jalebi than jalebi.