Rajasthani food has a special place in the hearts of foodies across India and actress Sara Ali Khan's recent pictures exploring the cuisine of the state has left all of us drooling. Here is what Sara's big and hearty Rajasthani thali had
Actress Sara Ali Khan is a self-confessed foodie and she loves to explore different food options wherever she visits for shooting or promoting her movies. She makes it a point to try the authentic food there and often posts about her foodie chronicles on her social media accounts. Recently, she has been travelling across the country to promote her new movie with Vicky Kaushal, titled Zara Hatke Zara Bachke. Her latest pit-stop is Jaipur, where she was seen enjoying a delicious Rajasthani thali.
Rajasthan and its cuisine are famous for being versatile, traditional and a true mix of flavours. There are several elements in an authentic Rajasthani thali and that makes it unique and one of a kind. Sara posted a picture of herself, indulging in a big, scrumptious looking Rajasthani thali. Let us know what were the dishes that were a part of this tempting thali.
Like every Rajasthani thali, this one too had a generous serving of dal-bati-chirma, which is a signature dish. This combination is loved beyond the borders of Rajasthan and we are sure Sara must have enjoyed it too. The plate also had bajre ki roti, gatte ki sabzi and ker sangri. Other than these dishes, she also enjoyed a glass of chhanch in the hot weather and paired all of these dishes with green chillies, the ultimate mark of her being a spice lover. Balancing out all of the spicy food was the humble rice, dahi and papad, which made the meal a delicious affair.
The actress and her posts on her social media related to food has gotten all of us to hold our breath and drool. Right from Cannes to Rajasthan, Sara has continued giving us food goals. So, if you too are a foodie enamoured by Sara’s food clicks, and want to indulge in delicious Rajasthani delicacies, you know what to cook or order – a big, fat thali. Make sure to choose one with lots of dal-bati-churma. If you are a non-vegetarian, do not forget to try out lal maas, the fiery mutton curry from the royals of Rajasthan! Sara Ali Khan has truly left us wanting to explore all of the delicious Rajasthani food.