Taking to Instagram, Karishma posted a series of stories and a reel to share glimpses from her date night with husband Varun Bangera, and we are drooling already.
Let’s just agree that good food guarantees a good time. Have you ever enjoyed a restaurant or a party where you didn’t like the food or were left hungry? I know, I haven’t. Good food is what makes every occasion a splendid one, especially Valentine’s Day. And it seems like Indian television actor Karishma Tanna had a great one last night. The actor who tied the knot with Mumbai-based businessman Varun Bangera earlier this month celebrated Valentine’s Day with her husband amid a beautiful setup and irresistibly delicious food.
Taking to Instagram, Karishma posted a series of stories and a reel to share glimpses from her date night with husband, and we are drooling already. For the date night in a stunning ambience, the couple devoured some mouth-watering delicacies including the popular Burmese delicacy Khow Suey. This one-pot meal basically comprises noodles, vegetables and coconut milk, and is made with veggies, egg or chicken in it. Seems like a perfect wholesome meal for Valentine’s Day! She also shared a picture of a chocolate tart, with which the couple, perhaps, sealed their meal. Take a look at her Instagram Reel:
The actor mentioned Chef Megha Joshi in the picture and the video of Khow Suey, and we are guessing it was her who catered for the couple’s date night. The chocolate tart with ganache and crunchy nuts on top looked all things decadent. Take a look:
Image: Karishma Tanna's Instagram Stories
And we can’t stop drooling over the irresistibly delicious Khow Suey. The hearty soup is a personal favourite. The burst of spices, satiating broth, and wholesome veggies make this a stellar preparation, which isn’t just healthy but also super delicious. You can experiment with it no length - from meat, veggies, spices and the type of noodles, Khow Suey is a perfect DIY dish, to which you can literally add everything and anything. I love to top it up with some roasted peanuts or crunchy sev as well for that added tang. Craving already? Here’s a Khow Suey recipe for you to try.
Coming back to Karishma’s Valentine’s Day celebrations, did you steal some ideas for your next date? Let us know.