Monsoon season is drawing to a close, and as we bid adieu to the rainy days, it means that the winters are approaching fast. The transition period between these seasons means that it's time to make the switch from wearing light, airy clothes to warm, snug ones; to move over chilled ice creams and popsicles to comforting soups and hot drinks. This is the time when seasonal infections are also at an all-time high, which is why it's absolutely essential to maintain good immunity to help keep diseases at bay. Karisma Kapoor made a regular weekend night a tad more delicious with a flavourful Burmese soup that she savoured at home. Karisma Kapoor wrote in the caption, "Khow Suey night," sharing a picture of the soul-stirring Burmese dish. Take a look at the picture she shared:
Karisma Kapoor's Khow Suey dish looked extremely appetising and was made akin to a truly authentic Burmese preparation. The noodles in the broth featured prominently, as did the garnish of fried onions, garlic greens and peanuts.
Khow Suey is a traditional dish from Burma which is a one-pot meal comprising noodles, vegetables and a comforting broth. The recipe uses a mixture of coconut milk and gram flour as the base, which gives it a creamy and luscious texture. The Khow Suey noodle soup also has loads of vegetables and is garnished with fried garlic or coarsely ground peanuts. The piping hot Khow Suey is ideal for nippy evenings and makes for a wholesome and fulfilling meal. If you want to make the Khow Suey at home, click here for an easy recipe of the same.
What a great way to make the simplest of weekends more delicious and flavourful! We hope to see more such interesting dishes created by Karisma Kapoor to give us some more cooking inspiration.
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