From television to the big screen, Karishma Tanna has journeyed through it all and showcased her multi-faceted personality in all aspects. The actress cum model began her career in television with the longest-running soap opera, Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi. She went on to act in several other TV shows and host plenty of reality shows too. She made the headlines when she tied the knot with her beau recently. The actress has been travelling and having the time of her life since then. One thing that this fit actress loves more than acting is food. While she is a hard-core foodie, on most occasions you will find her eating a simple home-cooked meal. 

The Gujarati-born actress also loves to eat non-vegetarian food as well as follow a healthy lifestyle. However, everyone is allowed a cheat meal, especially when they are on vacation right? Karishma Tanna flew off to Istanbul with her husband for a vacation and has been making us drool with her food pictures all this while. The actress checked into a café in the city and was seen relaxing with her husband and enjoying the view outside. Next up, we see a basket full of french fries on her table. The crispy golden-brown fries made from sliced potatoes is served hot. 

Here’s what it looked like. 

Source: Screengrab of Instagram Stories/Karishma Tanna 

Even though Karishma Tanna is having fries, we suggest to you stick to your diet and make these no-fry recipes at home. 

1.  Baked Samosa 

Love samosas but keep counting calories after eating one? We suggest that you switch to baked samosas. The deep-fried conical pastry can be given a healthy twist by stuffing it with a spicy mashed potato and onion mixture and folding it into shape. The samosas can be baked in an oven or air-fryer with no or minimum oil. Serve hot with mint coriander chutney.

2.  Corn Dhokla 

Made with fresh corn seeds, gram flour and sour curd, this Gujarati snack is light, tasty and healthy. The nutritious corn adds to the healthy element of the dish. Tempered with mustard seeds and coriander leaves, the dhokla is served with a side of pickled green chillies. 

3.  Air Fry Moong Dal Kachori 

Another crispy delight from the Indian cuisine, kachoris are usually deep-fried snacks that can be devoured for evening hunger. In this recipe, you wouldn’t have to fry them. Simply stuff the batter with moong dal and toss it in the air fryer. Puffed and crispy, just like your kachoris minus the oil. Serve with tomato ketchup and coriander-mint chutney. 

4.  Air Fried Wheat Momos 

Make your momo treats a healthy affair with this recipe. While momos are usually made with maida, you can ditch the all-purpose flour for whole wheat. The momos are shaped into dumplings and filled with a meat or vegetable filling. Instead of deep-frying them, opt for an air-fried version and enjoy. It is best eaten with a spicy red chutney and mayonnaise.