Megha Chakraborty who was last seen in shows Peshwa Bajirao and Krishna Chali London is passionate about the food she makes!! A foodie to the core, she loves to have her favourites when it comes to the cuisine and delicacies she likes.
In a candid chat with IWMBuzz.com, Megha talks of her food interests, her favourite food and the worst.
What is your favourite cheat food?
Chinese and to be specific, Fried Rice and Chilly Chicken
What would your last meal on Earth be?
Maa ka haath ka khana, of course!! Staying in Mumbai, I have always missed my mother’s food. So it has to be my last meal.
Do you cook at home? What do you make? Share a recipe with us
Yes, I have nobody to cook for me in Mumbai. Even though I hated to cook, I have now learnt quite a lot. I can now make mostly everything. I make Chicken dishes as they are easy to make.
Healthy Dahi Chicken – Marinate Chicken with Dahi, onion and garlic paste, salt and red chilli for 30 minutes. In a kadai, put as much ghee you want, add jeera, chilli paste, and add the marinated chicken. Cook it well till it becomes semi-gravy. I call this Healthy Dahi Chicken
Veg or Non Veg:
Baked or fried:
Baked, I don’t like fried food
Soup or salad:
Actually I like both. But I will prefer salad over soup
One vegetable that you hate the most:
I eat anything and everything. If I have to choose one, it has to be bottle gourd. My mother puts prawns in bottle gourd which I like. Otherwise as a vegetable, I hate it
Your erotica food:
Cheese Cake, I love it
Celebrity you would love to cook for:
Obviously Shah Rukh Khan, my favourite. I want to cook some Chicken dish for him
Weirdest dish you ever ate:
The Chinese dish, Chicken Wanton. Don’t order ever. It is extremely costly. Also, there is not much chicken in it. The outside coating is totally fried and tastes bad.
The dish that your family loves when you make:
They like my Omelet
The best complement got was for which dish:
I was an eighteen year old when I entered the kitchen for the first time. I had prepared some dish, using lot of cheese. I don’t even remember what I made, but I recollect vividly that my parents liked it a lot. You can call it Cheesy Chicken (smiles).