Sobhita Dhulipala Snacks On Onion Samosas And Punugulu

Trust Sobhita Dhulipala to tantalise her followers with pictures of delicious food and the actress never fails to impress! In a recent picture she posted on social media, the Made In Heaven star was seen indulging in some deep-fried food. Posting a plate loaded with onion samosas and punugulu – a savoury fritter from Andhra Pradesh, made with a batter of rice, urad dal, spices, onions and green chillies. The golden-brown treats looked fresh out of the fryer and waiting to be eaten.

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The actress, who is a native of Tenali, a town in Andhra Pradesh, has been known to make her love for food from her hometown from time to time. Known to be among her top favourite cuisine, followed by Tamil food and Italian food – with a soft spot for spaghetti Aglio Olio, she has also been known to explore local cafes and restaurants while travelling. The actress is also admittedly someone who eats a lot and enjoys large portion sizes, especially if it includes Indian foods like chhole-bhature, thali and breakfast specials like pancakes. She is also an avid tea drinker and finds satisfaction in exploring lesser-known food spots while travelling. 

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Sobhita’s unabashed love for food allows her to enjoy everything from a simple plate of maggi, or dal-chawal with a dollop of ghee and even Mumbai’s famous pav bhaji. When not shooting, she also loves exploring street foods like kachori and pani puri, and in creating balance with whole-grain sandwiches, salads, fruits and nuts. She has also spoken in the past about taking time off to cook herself meals, in a method she has labelled ‘helicopter cooking’ – where anything that she finds around the kitchen, is combined in the pan and cooked to make something random but delicious.