Rakul Preet Singh Loves ‘Ghar Ka Khana’ and Unlimited ‘Gujarati Thalis’; Her Foodie Secrets Revealed
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Actress Rakulpreet Singh who would be featuring opposite John Abraham in the upcoming film ‘Attack’ is busy with the promotions of the action thriller. In the middle of her busy schedule, she took to Instagram for a quick ‘Ask Me Anything’ session, and spoke about a range of things, like her dream project, favourite actor etc. She also spilled many of her foodie secrets. Those who follow the ‘De De Pyaar De’ actress on social media would know that she is a self-confessed food buff. In her AMA when she was asked what was her favourite dish, she did not take the name of one particular dish, instead she panned the camera to her dining table and said, “My favourite dish is ghar ka khana. Let me show you..... palak gobhi dal”, the actress remarked with a big grin.  

In the very next story, when someone asked her what was her favourite juice, she reiterated again how big a foodie she is, “’I am not a juice person, I like food, I love to eat food...I am not big on juices.”

Further in the session when she was asked if she liked ‘Gujarati Food’, she replied with glee, “actually, you know I love Gujarati food. Especially you know the Gujarati thali, where you get unlimited...I love it”.  

Relatable, much? Wait till you hear her answer to the question, “Aapko bhookh lagti hai kya”. The actress posted a picture from one of her vacations, where she is enjoying a  floating breakfast in her pool, and wrote, “Humesha”, indicating she is always hungry.  

Rakulpreet is not the only actress who loves home-made food, remember how Kareena was seen enjoying a casserole full of Biryani and Moong Dal Halwa with her crew inside her vanity van, a few days back?  

Homemade food can be as yummy and interesting as you want it to be. Here’s our recipe of Gujarati Kadhi that you must try soon. Gujarati Kadhi is a curd-based curry, made with besan, fresh curd, ginger and a bit of jaggery. This addition of jaggery is what distinguishes the Kadhi from other regional Kadhis. The jaggery or sugar does not make the Kadhi completely sweet, but instead, a bit of ‘sweetness’ helps accentuate other flavours of this dish. Pair it with steaming hot rice for the best experience.