Singer Neeti Mohan, who announced her pregnancy in February, seems to be enjoying every bit of the new chapter. Her heartwarming post about pregnancy garnered many million likes; she also shared her workout video from her gym where she flaunts her baby bump with elan while lifting some weights. The singer is also not making any attempts to hide her cravings. Neeti often takes to Instagram to share all the delicious foods she has in a day. Few weeks ago, she also shared how she satisfied her "cravings" by finishing a bar of chocolate ice-cream. On Wednesday, she chose to unleash her desi side and relish a plate of chole bhature. The plate comprised a greasy and golden bhatura which was served with some chole (or chane) topped with green chillies and usal sprouts. "Want some Chole Bhature," she captioned the image.
Chole Bhature is a Punjabi snack. It is a combination of a spicy chickpea curry, almost semi-dry in consistency with a pillowy, deep-fried flat-bread called bhatura. Chole Bhature is possibly one of the most popular North Indian snacks that has also found fans across the country. No wonder it is a popular breakfast options across all major Indian restaurants and canteens all over India. If you want to make this decadent north Indian dish at home, then click here for the full recipe of chhole bhature.
On work front, Neeti has kept her fans hooked with her melodious tunes. Her track 'Dil Udd Jaa Re' from upcoming Hindi film 'Paglait' is in news for all the good reasons. The song is composed by ace singer Arijit Sing, who is marking his debut as music composer with this album.
About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.