EAT, PRAY, POLKA POP!
As we mentioned earlier, there is nothing more satisfying than the feeling of drinking carbonated water along with a scrumptious meal. Polka Pop is a perfect complement to your meal as it is fizzy, fun, 100% natural and comes in various flavours that you can pick and choose depending on the type of food and the time of day!
Here are some cuisines and recipes that we recommend that are healthy, tasty and go great with Polka Pop!
Mexican food is made with fresh, local and simple ingredients to provide tastes which are hot, tangy and flavourful. Burritos, Enchiladas, Tacos and Nachos are some of the staples of Mexican cuisine. They are usually enjoyed with spicy and fresh salsa, sour cream, refried beans and guacamole. Apart from the hearty helping of cheese, Mexican cuisine is one of the healthiest and most flavorful of the lot offering a variety of beans, vegetables and meats - the right balance of flavour and nutrition.
Here is a tasty Taco recipe that goes great with Polka Pop :
- Taco platter ( https://www.loveandlemons.com/vegetarian-tacos/)
Apart from being one of the most diverse cuisines in the world, Indian food is one of the healthiest. The wide range of vegetables, meat, breads and the plethora of condiments and spices used makes Indian food rich, flavourful and aromatic.
Here are some recipes to that pair very well with our range of flavours of Polka Pop.
- Gujrati Undhyo & Rotis ( https://foodviva.com/gujarati-recipes/undhiyu/)
- Pesrattu ( https://www.saffrontrail.com/pesarattu/ )
The cuisine of Lebanon is filled with grilled and stewed vegetables & meats, fermented or leavened bread, high protein lentil dips and fresh herbs making it both a fresh, healthy snack and/or a wholesome meal.
Below is a recipe for a simple Mezze platter that will go great with our fruity flavours of Polka Pop.
- Mezze platter (https://www.easycheesyvegetarian.com/easy-vegetarian-mezze-platter/ )
Thai cuisine originates from the people of the southern region of China, and no it's not the greasy, fried version (yes, tasty as well) of Chinese food that we find in many restaurants today! Thai cuisine has the perfect balance of sweet, salty, spicy, sour and bitter giving us a rounded dining experience. Thai food is made from fresh ingredients, steamed vegetables, meats and lots of greens.
Here’s a fun Thai salad recipe for you to try with our range of flavours from Polka Pop.
- Som tam salad ( https://food.ndtv.com/recipe-som-tam-papaya-salad-408182)
We all NEED that day off where we can indulge ourselves with a Pizza loaded with cheese, a plate of Pav Bhaji with a dollop of butter, hot naans slathered with butter or ghee served with slow cooked, creamy dal or just a good bowl greasy, fried Chinese food to fill the heart and of course our stomach.
And yes, Polka Pop does not only go well healthy but all kinds of meals. Pick up a bottle of cold unsweetened Polka Pop to enjoy with your cheat day meal and maybe balance out some of that guilt?
To read about how else you can consume Polka Pop, read one of our earlier blogs on the same.