Smart and talented Ahmareen Anjum, who is known for her power pack performance in the blockbuster movie RRR. The actress is a great cook and a big-time foodie who loves to eat as well as cook for her loved ones. In a candid chat with, Ahmareen shared her favourite recipe and food interests. Check them here.

What is your favourite cheat food?


What would your last meal on Earth be?

My mom’s special Chicken Biriyani

Do you cook at home? What do you make? Share a recipe with us

Yes, I love cooking. I experiment a lot while cooking. I can cook Indian, Continental, Italian food and desserts.

Easy Butter Garlic pasta.

1 small cup of pasta (wheat/ multigrain/ plain)

1/2 broccoli

5-6 mushrooms

10 cloves of garlic finely chopped

1 onion sliced

1/2 zucchini

1 bell pepper

Boneless Chicken breast (for people who eat non-veg)

25gms butter


Chilli flakes

Oregano seasoning

1 tsp Olive oil

Boil the pasta, drain it, and keep it on the side.

Put the olive oil and butter in a nonstick pan. The oil prevents the butter from burning. Add the chopped garlic and onions and toss till golden. Add the mushroom and chicken, toss for 3-4 minutes, then add the rest of the veggies and salt, then stir fry till they cook partially (You don’t want to overcook the veggies as they can lose their nutritional value). Add the boiled pasta, chilli flakes & oregano seasoning, and toss for a minute. Your yummy butter garlic pasta is ready to eat.

Health Tip: Proportion of pasta to veggies should be 1:2

Veg or Non Veg?


Baked or fried?


Soup or salad?


One vegetable that you hate the most?


Your erotica food?

The dessert called Berry Bizcocho

Celebrity you would love to cook for?

I would love to cook for Aditya Roy Kapur.

Weirdest dish you ever ate?

I don’t remember the name, but it was some kind of noodles in Thailand, which tasted extremely weird.

Midnight snack?

Dark chocolate

The dish that your family loves when you make:

I make a special black dal with lemongrass called Dal Ahmar

The best compliment got was for which dish:

My special low fat Panna Cotta