Rubina Dilaik went on a vacation with her husband Abhinav Shukla recently. She visited her hometown in Himachal Pradesh and even treated us to glimpses of the road trip. Being a hardcore foodie, Rubina Dilaik also gorged on a drool-worthy meal on her trip. The various pictures and videos posted by Rubina spending time in the lap of nature while digging into finger-licking food, were enough to give us major vacation goals. Continuing with the ritual, she shared glimpses of her latest travel diaries that include her gastronomic adventures, obviously. The actress shared Instagram Stories giving us a sneak peek into her delicious lunch. What do we see? The first thing that caught our attention is halwa, also known as sheera, a traditional classic Indian dessert typically made with semolina, sugar, ghee and even dry fruits. The video featured another dabba filled with pulao. The spicy rice dish was cooked with homely spices and a bunch of other ingredients. Don't miss the dish wrapped in the foil paper kept on the side. We assume that it must be flatbreads (either chapati or parathas).
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Rubina Dilaik was also spotted making some refreshing coffee on the outskirts. Take a look. Someone asks her if this coffee comes from Tanzania. To this, Rubina says, "Yes."
It's always fun to enjoy food outdoors. Rubina Dilaik recently dropped a post on Instagram featuring a collage of various videos compiling her indulgences. In this, she can be seen making some yummy coffee with the help of a portable stove. She is seated on a rock making a wonderful brew. The video also showed her enjoying a lip-smacking lunch brought in dabbas with her husband Abhinav Shukla. Don't miss the video!
When Rubina Dilaik was in her hometown in Himachal Pradesh, she did not miss a chance to enjoy some desi food. Previously, the actress had shared videos on Instagram Stories wherein a lady was seen cooking up a special “winter food.” The dish was prepared on the traditional-style chulha. Read more about it here.
Do you follow Rubina Dilaik's yummy food diaries? They are too interesting, we must say!