It's hard to miss actor-model Nora Fatehi's incredible dancing talent and killer moves on foot-tapping Bollywood numbers. She has appeared in hit songs in films such as Stree and Bharat and was also part of the dance-based movie Street Dancer 3D. Apart from dancing and hitting the gym, what could possibly be making her so flexible and fit with her body? Her diet? Well, Nora has answered that question herself in one of her latest Instagram Stories. She has shared a Boomerang of a plate full of pasta with only a hint of spices. “Yummy,” she wrote on the video. And, we can't agree more here.
Well, if you feel envied by her platter and want to relish pasta at home, here are some recipes that are sure to soothe your taste.
A crossover between Italian and American recipes, this pasta makes for a great party dish. You can also keep it warm for a long time inside a casserole. The recipes included Macroni, a kind of pasta, tossed into four kinds of cheese and some spices.
Initially, savoured by coal miners, this Roman pasta gradually became popular worldwide. It derives its name from the word “carbone”, meaning coal.
A simple one-pan meal that takes store-bought gnocchi to the next level. Loved by all, children and adults, it's sure to lift up your mood. Serve it with tomato sauce.
It is the most basic yet one of the most sumptuous Italian meals. The Italian name simply means “Pasta With Basic Tomato and Basil Sauce” in English. Because the dish requires so few ingredients to prepare, it is sometimes called a “poor Italian's dish”.
This recipe requires pasta to be mixed with fresh veggies, tomato puree and cheese. Make it at home and eat in a relaxed environment.
Pasta, made with flour, is one of the best comfort meals that can be cooked in just a few minutes and offers a wide room for creativity.