Shubhangi Atre the talented and versatile actress who has entertained one and all with her elegance in Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain in the role of Angoori Bhabhi is a great cook and is keeping herself busy cooking wonderful delicacies for her family.
In an effort to share her culinary skills, Shubhangi talked about her Food choices, her best recipe and much more…
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What is your favourite cheat food?
What would your last meal on Earth be?
Pani puri for sure
Do you cook at home? What do you make? Share a recipe with us
Yes, I love cooking. I make a lot of dishes for my family. If I am asked to share a recipe with you, I will want to talk about Dal Bati. I am from MP from a region called Nimar.
I take the easy way to make Dal Bati.
Take 1 cup wheat flour, ½ cup rawa, put a bit of Ajwain, little bit of salt. You can put ghee or oil. But I prefer to keep it healthy and put milk or curd to make a dough. In the gas tandoor, we cook it nicely after making it into small rounds.
Make the dal separately. Since it is summer now, and we are in the season of mangoes, I prefer to put raw mango in it. My favourite meal is Dal Bati.
Veg or Non-Veg:
I am a pure vegetarian.
Baked or Fried:
Soup or Salad:
One vegetable that you hate the most:
Nothing like that. But I feel it really boring to cut pumpkin, but I like making it.
Your erotica food:
Something spicy, chat!! Or I would say any fruit with icecream.
The weirdest dish you ever ate:
We had been to Thailand for vacation. I wanted to eat salad to keep away from non-vegetarian food. But I simply could not eat that as they had put some fish sauce in it. That was the weirdest thing.
Celebrity you would love to cook for:
Akshay Kumar for sure!! He is a fitness freak and a desi too. I love making Indian food, so it will be nice to cook for him. On the set, I make something always for Aasifji.
Yes, that will be Sattu
The dish that your family loves when you make:
Everything they like!! They are scared of me actually (laughs). But yes, I try my best to make my dishes really good. They like it the most when I make Kadi Pakoda. One major thing is that my daughter loves it when I make Kadai Paneer and Paneer Butter Masala.
The best compliment got was for which dish:
Recently, I tried Amritsari Kulcha with Bhindi Chole. I had even sent it to my neighbours in addition to my family eating it. All liked it. I got complimented for the subtle spices I use in my dishes. I believe the authentic spices should only be put in a delicacy. And when you prepare a dish with all your mind and interest, there is a soul in it. All dishes made should be soulful, it adds to the taste.
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