Mouni shared a sneak-peek into her Asian feast, and the Asian food lover in us couldn’t help but crave some.
Mouni Roy is a big foodie and her Instagram posts and stories are proof of that. If you follow the film and TV actor on social media, you must have witnessed it time and again. She is super active on all social media platforms and never misses a chance to share a glimpse of her indulgence with her fans. Be it her plate of spaghetti aglio olio during her recent ‘workation’ in Sri Lanka or her homemade curries in Dubai, we aren’t getting over Mouni’s grub fest anytime soon, especially when she’s on a vacation. The newly-wed actor is currently in Dubai with her husband Suraj Nambiar and close friends. Going by the pictures and videos she has been sharing, she is having the time of her life. Not only can we see how stunning she looks while exploring the city of gold, she has also been giving us a glimpse of her delicious meal spreads recently. And we are drooling each time.
In her latest Instagram stories, Mouni shared a sneak-peek into her Asian feast, and the Asian food lover in us couldn’t help but crave some. While exploring Dubai, it seems like Mouni stopped by an eatery for an Asian feast and shared snippets from her lunch in short Boomerang videos on Instagram. The Asian menu consisted of a bowl of fried rice that looked all things delicious, along with a scrumptious-looking plate of dimsums in chilli oil, that looked all things exotic. Aren’t you slurping yet? Wait till you look at the pictures.
We don’t know about you but we are certainly craving some fried rice and dimsums now. In fact, dimsums in chilli oil are quite a popular dish back in India as well. While steamed dumplings are low on spice, chilli oil tends to add a bit of zest to it. Chilli oil is added to many Asian and even Italian delicacies. From noodles to spaghetti, chilli oil tends to bring alive many staple delicacies. Did you know that you can make dumplings in chilli oil at home too? Yes, we’ve got you covered with that. No more slurping by looking at Mouni’s feast!
Our recipe of dimsums in chilli oil is a super easy and quick one that combines pork, egg, ginger and oyster sauce together, and stuff in the centre of the wonton paper. When cooked, it is drizzled with a combination of chilli oil, soy and sugar. Isn’t that simple? Click here for the full recipe, try at home and let us know the results.