Bipasha Basu’s Dad Dons Chef's Hat For Daughter, Guess What He’s Cooking!
Image Credit: Screengrab of post/Instagram, Bipasha Basu loves it when her dad cooks for her.

The Bengali actress who made her mark in the Bollywood industry with her gorgeous looks and jaw-dropping moves, Bipasha Basu has been here long enough. Transitioning from a successful career in modeling to venturing the movie business, the actress has given several hit films and won plenty of accolades for her work. Her debut performance in Ajnabee won her an award too and we aren’t surprised. Since she tied the knot with television actor, Karan Singh Grover, Bipasha Basu has been known to shower her beau with love and food. A true Bong at heart, the actress loves indulging in sweet meats every now and then. 

We remember the time her friends sent her a box of motichoor ladoos all the way from Lucknow and she was tempted to cheat on her diet that day. In fact, just recently, she made our mouths water with her Eid feast which featured a yummy mutton biryani which we still can’t get over. The meat and dessert-loving foodie that Bipasha Basu seems makes it understandable why she was so happy yesterday. The actress took to her Instagram stories to share a glimpse of her father’s cooking stint in the kitchen. 

He made a delicious looking mutton curry for his daughter and Bipasha has gone bonkers over it. She posted a picture of a kadhai full of “dhaba style mutton curry” and captioned it saying, “When the cutest dad puts his chef hat on for me”. Honestly, this is an adorable gesture by her father and they’re giving us major father-daughter goals. Here’s what the mutton curry looked like. 

Source: Screengrab of Instagram Stories/Bipasha Basu

This is no ordinary dal. Lentils like green gram, Bengal gram and red and yellow varieties go into the making of this delicious dal. There are three parts to this flavourful recipe. One is the frying part which involves tossing tomatoes, onion, ginger and garlic in ghee. Next is the tadka, which has ghee, cumin seeds and garlic. And finally, you have the smoke effect which attained with charcoal dipped in ghee. Place it in the dal bowl and cover it. The smokey flavour will infuse into the dal soon.