One night before the election, Jaipal decided to cook. The dish she chose was Paneer Tikka in honor of Democratic Vice President Nominee Kamala Harris. Harris recently revealed that her favorite North Indian dish is "any type of tikka".On Twitter, 55-year-old Pramila Jaipal wrote, 'Night-before-election activity: eat comfortably. This is Paneer Tikka tonight in honor of #KamalaHarris, as they just said on Instagram that their favorite North Indian food is any kind of tikka! ' He also added the hashtag # BidenHarris2020, urging American citizens to vote.Compulsive, night-before-election activity: make comfort food. That's paneer tikka tonight, in honor of electing #KamalaHarris Veep tomorrow since she just said on Instagram that her favorite North Indian food is any kind of tikka! Let's go, people! VOTE! # BidenHarris2020pic.twitter.com\/gqyT7BotgG- Pramila Jayapal (@PramilaJayapal) November 3, 2020He made another post after the post, where he also explained the method of making this. By popular demand, the recipe for Paneer Tikka Masala, slightly adapted from the fabulous @twosleevers! You can either eat the tikka on its own, or add the masala (sauce) which is like a curry. Enjoy! pic.twitter.com\/0tNyEZOWN4- Pramila Jayapal (@PramilaJayapal) November 3, 2020Many Twitter users reported that it was nothing like a traditional paneer tikka, which is not served with gravy.Guys, I figured out what happened.Pramila ordered malai paneer from a restaurant and called it paneer tikka. She didn't cook this. That is why she doesn't know what the dish is. https:\/\/t.co\/8A3Bdh5WHw- Nitayuvani Celebrating Diwali! (@nitayuvani) November 3, 2020In what universe does qualify as paneer tikka @_SiddharthNayakhttps:\/\/t.co\/FNW3UwYwaG- priyanka pandey (@chai_pandey) November 3, 2020Many Twitter users made fun of the tweet.This is rasgulla pic.twitter.com\/Xrn8xJCE6e- Self-contained Vinit (@ vinit_2283) November 3, 2020This is Ras Malaie pic.twitter.com\/HTofezDDPj- Tanmay Moitra (@MoitraTanmay) November 3, 2020Like Kamala Harris, Pramila Jaipal belongs to Chennai. She was born in Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu and moved to the United States in 1982 at the age of 16.Kamala Harris's mother, Shyamala Gopalan, was born in Chennai and moved to the US at the age of 19 for a doctoral program.