If you are someone who loves to dive into a delicious dish right at the beginning of the day, you'll relate to the joy of Masaba Gupta. The ace designer has gobbled down an enviably lip-smacking dish for breakfast. Masaba gave us a glimpse of it on Instagram. A plate of crispy paneer rolls sprinkled with sesame seeds made us drool. We saw Masaba cutting into one roll and heard the crunch of the deep-fried delicacy. The caption read, "Sound on for crunch. Paneer, pyaaz, and sesame rolls for breakfast. Deep-fried." We can't help but crave some fried food after seeing Masaba's delectable breakfast.
Masaba Gupta barely stops herself from indulging in cuisines of all kinds. When sweet cravings take hold of her, she dives headlong into a gooey dessert. Recently, she indulged in a sinfully delicious dark chocolate sea salt cruffin. The treat was baked to perfection and was covered with a drool-worthy layer of dark chocolate. She wrote, "Dark chocolate sea salt cruffin. The best in the whole wide world. Happy Sunday." Read more about it here.
Masaba Gupta is a foodie at heart but she is not a reckless food lover. She is also attentive to her health and manages her cravings accordingly. Though healthy food is a part of Masaba's diet, her relationship with desserts is an unending love story. Once, the designer indulged in a fluffy and delicious cake. She shared the moment on Instagram. Of course, her expressions when diving into the dish revealed her excitement. To add to it, she wrote, "Life is cake, cake is life." Read about it here.
Masaba Gupta loves to experiment with food. For Republic Day, she showed us an apt tricolour dish. Her plate consisted of matar roti, methi paneer, and orange raita, which corresponded to the green, saffron, and white colours of the Indian flag. Click here to take a look at Masaba's Republic Day lunch.
During winter, Masaba Gupta shared with us a healthy snack recipe. She showed us a way to turn bhel into a healthy snack, using jowar grains, onions, cucumber, lemon juice, tamarind chutney and pomegranate. Green chutney or mustard oil can be used for the "extra zing". For the recipe of Masaba's 10-minute gluten-free winter snack, click here.
We cannot get over Masaba Gupta's food diaries. Keep them coming, Masaba!