There are days when we are very disciplined about our meal timings and proportions. We make it a point to eat right and healthy food at the correct times. However, on other days, especially the weekend, it's all about indulgence! Be it a midnight snack or a wholesome dinner, there's so much we relish without thinking twice. And it turns out that actress Karisma Kapoor is no different! She took to Instagram to share her late-night dinner, and it was all about Asian goodness. Take a look:
Pan-Asian food has become one of the favourites across India. Scrumptious baos, noodles, dim sums, salads and more are some of the many amazing dishes in the cuisine. In the click that Karisma Kapoor shared, we could see two plates of delicious Asian dishes. One seemed to be Thai-style udon noodles with bell peppers, spinach leaves and tomatoes garnished on top. Karisma Kapoor enjoyed the dish with chopsticks. On the other plate, there was what looked like a sandwich made with herbed bread topped with black sesame and a soy-coated tofu filling inside it. Spring onion leaves were garnished on top to complete the dish! Karisma Kapoor washed down her meal with a delicious mocktail. "Late night dinners," she wrote in the caption of the story.
Asian food seems to be a hit with the Kapoor family, as this is not the only time we have seen Karisma Kapoor enjoying the lavish delights of the cuisine. In February, she enjoyed a lavish Chinese meal to celebrate her Sunday. There were stir-fried noodles, fried rice, dim sums and so much more. Click here to read all about it.
On the work front, Karisma Kapoor will be making a return to the acting space with a new web series. She will be playing the role of a detective in the series titled as 'Brown'. The series also features other prominent faces such as Helen and Soni Razdan and was shown as one of the selective series at Berlinale Series Market Selects.
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