Malaika Arora’s New Cooking Adventure Is An Italian Treat
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Known for her sense of style and fitness regime, Malaika Arora is an inspiration to many. But it’s her social media presence that makes her more relatable. The Bollywood diva often shares her foodie adventures with her fans and followers on Instagram.

She is a foodie at heart and has never shied away from revealing that on social media. From her exotic holiday meals to her homely dal-chawal, Malaika is quite relatable when it comes to noshing on delectable treats. The fact that she’s able to maintain her fit body as well as enjoy all the gastronomic treats in life is what people love the most about her.   

That said, Malaika isn’t someone who just loves to sit and eat. She is also an avid cook herself and is often seen in the kitchen whipping up magic! In fact, her latest cooking adventure has got us drooling. Recently, Malaika took to her Instagram stories to share snippets from her cooking session, and can you guess what was cooking? 

Malaika was busy cooking a spicy “cacio e pepe”. Wondering what it is? An Italian pasta dish, cacio e pepe literally translates to ‘cheese and pepper', and is like a stripped-down dish of mac and cheese. It is an iconic dish from Rome, and while it is definitely not as well-known as other Roman classics, like spaghetti alla carbonara, it is definitely cheesy indulgence at its finest. Do you know the best part? Cacio e pepe doesn’t need a long list of ingredients. The traditional base for this sauce uses just two ingredients - black pepper and cheese. 

In the video she shared, Malaika can be seen documenting a couple of steps from the recipe. In one of them, we can spot her adding a handful of cheese on spaghetti. “Need that cheese”, she wrote in the Boomerang video. The final dish is definitely drool-worthy. Take a look: 

Isn’t that super delicious? If Malaika has motivated you to give this easy, quick, and yummy pasta a try, we’ve got you covered with a recipe you can put together in just 20 minutes. Click here for the full recipe. Try it at home and share your experience with us.