It is a moment of pride for every Indian when our cuisine gets global recognition. From chef-author Nigella Lawson to US Vice President Kamala Harris, actor-producer Mindy Kaling and even television show host Padma Lakshmi; many well-known personalities have expressed their love for the cuisine. Recently, American chef Rick Bayless too whipped up a lavish Indian dinner for his son-in-law's birthday. The photos of the delicious Butter Chicken, Saag and Parathas had garnered immense appreciation from Indians. And now, Desi Twitter is thrilled to see a picture of Australian sports journalist Chloe Amanda-Bailey feasting on yummy Chole Bhature. Take a look:
Iconic (if you know, you know) pic.twitter.com/3EO4TkBVjw— Chloe-Amanda Bailey (@ChloeAmandaB) March 12, 2021
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Chloe Amanda-Bailey shared a photograph from a restaurant, seated with a plate of some divine Chole Bhature. One of the favourite street food items of India, Chole Bhature is a puffed up bread served with a flavourful chickpeas curry. The Bhature that the sports journalist devoured had a smooth texture and were served with a side of onion rings and pickle.
The tweet by Chloe Amanda-Bailey received over 25k likes and 1.3k retweets within a couple of hours of being shared. Desi Twitter users loved to see one of their favourite personalities trying the delicious Indian dish. The phrases 'Chloe' and 'Chole' soon began to trend on Indian Twitter as well.
Take a look at some reactions to the tweet:
Just try to burst open that bhatoora by putting a finger in it & watch the hot air come out of it
Top level satisfaction ????????— Vipul Singh (@vipul_actually) March 12, 2021
Haha Nice One????????????"chloe-bhature" Bailey Please tell us how was the taste of this? I'm very curious to know????— ℙ???????????????????? ℝ???????????????? (@Piyushrexx25) March 12, 2021
By any chance do you intend to take up Indian Citizenship??? You seem to be more Indian than many other Indians, truly!!!— Teddy123 (@Teddy1265048402) March 12, 2021
Ba(I)ley Ba(I)ley ! And you'll start loving punjabi Food after this ! pic.twitter.com/JVbpAGIE0H— le_dus (@le_dus0) March 12, 2021
Chole Amanda— Maithun Chakraborty (@Being_Humor) March 12, 2021
I Love Chloe Bhature but Bhature is silent...????❤️????— Nishant Sharma???? (@srcsmic_enginer) March 12, 2021
It should be
???????? pic.twitter.com/Jb8gkNMFDj— ★ P R A T E E K★ (@Mr_pc_786_) March 12, 2021
Do you remember this tweet , when you were curious to know the the connection between your name and Chhole bhature..????..https://t.co/3tnDvSBYYt— Nadim Ahmed khan (@NadimAhmedkhan9) March 12, 2021
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This is not the first instance that the Australian sports journalist has expressed her love for all things Indian. She regularly shares tweets and posts rooting for the Indian cricket team, including players such as Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni. Her popularity with cricket-loving Indians even got them fondly calling her 'Bhabhi' or 'sister-in-law'. In the month of December 2020, Chloe Amanda-Bailey had even expressed her wish to visit India and try Chole Bhature. Take a look:
To answer your most popular questions in one tweet:
My fave cricketer is Virat Kohli.
My fave IPL team is RCB.
MS Dhoni is a legend.
Yes I will visit India.
Yes I will have chole bhature????— Chloe-Amanda Bailey (@ChloeAmandaB) December 13, 2020
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