When those big hunger pangs hit, there's nothing quite like a delicious Indian thali to put them to rest. With an array of vegetables, chapati, chutneys, salad, and sweets, it's the ultimate meal for lunch or dinner. And don't think you're the only thali lover - Farah Khan is right there with you. For her special Sunday indulgence, she opted for a generous Indian platter, as seen on her Instagram Stories. She recently shared a snapshot of her mouth-watering thali that left us drooling. We could spot bhindi ki sabzi, aloo matar, yellow dal, paneer ki bhurji, karela sabzi, dahi, kheer, rotis, puri, chutney, papads, and salad, accompanied by a glass of buttermilk and desserts. She added the caption "#sundaylunchdoneright" along with it. Take a look at her thali below:
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In the next story that she shared, we spotted the star seated before the thali, relishing her meal. A look of genuine satisfaction adorned her face, clearly reflecting her contentment. In her caption, she tagged both the restaurant and its manager, and playfully wrote, “Oh my god! Thank you for wrecking my diet,” accompanied by a winking face with its tongue out emoji.
If you also want to recreate Farah Khan's thali, below are some dishes you can cook in your kitchen:
1. Aloo Matar
The potatoes are cooked with the peas in a flavourful sauce made from spices and tomatoes. It's a popular and comforting dish. Make it for a wholesome lunch or dinner meal. Click here for the recipe.
2. Paneer Bhurji
This dish is made with crumbled paneer cooked with onions, tomatoes, and spices. It's quick to prepare and is often served with bread or rice. Recipe here.
3. Masala Bhindi
The okra is cooked with spices like turmeric, cumin, and chili powder, creating a tasty and slightly crispy dish. Want the recipe? Click here.
4. Tadka Dal
The lentils are cooked until soft, and then a special seasoning blend (tadka) of spices, onions, and tomatoes is added to enhance the flavour. For the detailed recipe, click here.
5. Amchoori Karela
Bitter gourd is sliced and cooked with a seasoning of spices and dried mango powder, balancing its bitterness with a slightly sour and flavourful taste. Find the full recipe here.
Which one of these dishes do you like the most? Tell us in the comment section.