Similar to M&Ms in popcorn, potato chips and chocolate make a delicious salty-sweet combination.
For recipes to serve with your fillet, search "blueberries with steak" on Google. Not very sweet; won't overshadow the flavour of the meat or try a steak salad with blueberries.
Elvis was right about the peanut butter and bacon combination. The smoothness of the peanut butter and the crunch of the bacon improves the flavour.
Use honey to give fries some sweetness. Its flavour complements the salty goodness of fast food to perfection.
Salsa is best served with green apples. Similar to how pineapples and mangoes do, it's tart flavour tempers the heat and gives spicy dishes a tangy flavour.
Unexpectedly tasty, hot honey goes well with meat toppings like pepperoni and other meats on pizza. For a taste overload, try Emily's Colony pizza.
To add some heat to a classic treat, try Sriracha ice cream. Spice may be tamed with milk, but why not take it a step further?
Chili-mango chicken stir-fry brings sweetness to your hot foods. Mango and spicy sauce together produce a mouthwatering flavour.
For juicier burgers, mix melted peanut butter into the meat patties. Or use Thai peanut sauce boldly. The salty combination is striking.
According to rumours, Chick-Fil-A fries their chicken in pickle brine, keeping it moist without dominating the flavour of the chicken. Fans swear by it.