Sidharth Malhotra has been in the film industry for 11 years and he has been celebrated for both - his acting and fitness. While doing as ask me session with his fans, here is what he said about dry fruits and dosa being his favourites.
It has been more than a decade that the boy next door, Sidharth Malhotra has been a part of our lives. He walked onto our big screens as Abhimanyu in Student of The Year and that is exactly what he was celebrating with his fans on X, previously known as Twitter – 11 years of him being in the industry. During the chat session with his fans, the Shershaah actor revealed a couple of very interesting things about the food that he loves to eat.
Sidharth started interacting with his fans and answered several questions and a couple of them about his food choices. When a fan asked him what is a healthy snack that he would recommend for anyone throughout the day, he said that his answer would be dry fruits. We all know dry fruits are amazing for our health and coming from a fitness focused individual like Sidharth, all of us should take that advice. Here are 4 dry fruits that you should add to your diet.
Almonds are nutrient powerhouses, packed with protein, healthy fats, fiber, and various vitamins and minerals. They are known for their heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, and they offer antioxidants that support overall well-being. Almonds also promote satiety and can aid in weight management.
Walnuts are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are beneficial for heart health. They also provide protein, fibre, and essential minerals, making them a top choice for brain function and cardiovascular wellness.
Pistachios are a low-calorie nut that's rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. They can aid in weight management due to their lower calorie content per serving. The act of shelling pistachios can also encourage mindful eating.
Cashews are loaded with healthy monounsaturated fats and a good source of protein and dietary fibre. They provide essential minerals like magnesium and zinc, supporting bone health and immune function. Cashew nuts are easily accessible and can be used in several desserts.
Another user asked what Sidharth would choose between poha and dos for breakfast and he answered in favour of dosa in no time. His wife, Kiara Advani also loves South Indian cuisine and dosa is one of her favourites too. Well, just like Sidharth Malhotra, if you are a fan of dosa, here are 4 types of dosa you can try.
Masala dosa is a South Indian classic. Stuffed with delicious and spicy aloo, masala dosa is super tasty and filling. The dosa is typically served with coconut chutney, garlic-onion chutney and hot, tangy sambar. This meal is heaven in itself.
This dosa is a quick and easy option made from sooji and rice flour. It's known for its thin and lacy texture. Unlike traditional dosas, there's no need for fermentation, making it a great choice for a fast, quick, filling meal.
Thin, crispy and served with no additional filling, paper dosa is the original variety that has made several foodies happy for centuries. This dosa is super big and it goes the best with a hot bowl of sambar and creamy peanut chutney.
Usually, a bit thicker than paper dosa, onion dosa is stuffed with some lightly fried, chopped spicy onion filling. It is an amazing option for those who do not like a lot of aloo in their dosa, but also want something more flavourful than plain dosa.