There is no dearth of flavoursome dishes in this world and at some point, we all have wished we could taste them all. Besides filling your tummy, relishing some good food can serve as therapy and lighten your mood instantly. Be it Indian, French, or Italian, every cuisine has some distinct flavours to offer that can take our taste buds on a joyride. Now, if you are looking forward to exploring the foodie world, then Shraddha Kapoor could be your source of inspiration. In her Instagram Reel, the actress has given enough evidence to prove that she is head over heels in love with food. And, when we say food, it means everything from a huge thali to dosa, and more.
The clip opens with Shraddha Kapoor happily loading her plate with some delicious-looking donuts and other treats. Then we see her being served a sizeable and complete thali consisting of a dal, rice, pappad, dessert, and other lip-smacking dishes. Shraddha can also be seen relishing some dosas which seem to have sent her into a food coma. “Khaana is BAE,” the caption read.
Now that you are familiar with Shraddha's love for food, here are some delicious vegetarian meals you can try.
Chana dal is quite common and indeed tasty. But this Kashmiri version of the dish brings some extra flavours that will get you hooked on it. Try it steaming hot rice or chapatti for your weekend dinner. Here is the recipe.
No one can say no to a crispy masala dosa. While there are a number of variations of dosa you can make, masala dosa remains a classic. It is not tricky to make and can be relished in breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
With a host of spices, flavours, and fresh vegetables, veg biryani is a complete meal. If you don't feel like making a dish and chapatis for the lunch, follow this recipe to make your veg biryani. Read the recipe.
A tangy and lip-smacking dish, this tamarind rice is made with chana and urad dal and sour tamarind pulp. It is a north Indian version of Pulihora or Puliyodharayi and can be prepared in no time.
Butter paneer is a quintessentially Indian dish that often features on the dinner table of many. Butter-fried paneer chunks cooked in tomato and a cashew-based gravy, butter paneer can be best enjoyed with some butter naan. Here is the recipe