Vidya Balan Loves Italian Food; 5 Of Our Best Italian Recipes You Must Try Soon
- Sushmita Sengupta
Updated : March 15, 2022 08:03 IST
In her recent AMA session, the 'Sherni' actress also took a couple of questions pertaining to her likes and dislikes when it comes to food.
With six Filmfare awards on national award and a Padma Shri title, Vidya Balan is one of the most sought-after actresses of the Hindi film industry. Balan’s last film ‘Sherni’ was also shortlisted alongside Sardar Udham to be India’s official entry to the Oscar last year. Vidya Balan would be seen opposite Shefali Shah in ‘Jalsa’ and on Monday, during her snack time, she decided to do an AMA session with her fans, the actress chomped on chilla, chutney and roasted paneer when she asked her fans to shoot the questions, and was it a ride. The actress spoke about everything from her love for the TV show F.R.I.E.N.D.S to Alia Bhatt’s performance in ‘Gangubai Kathiyawadi’.
The actress also took a couple of questions pertaining to her likes and dislikes when it comes to food. When a fan asked her about her favourite dish, Vidya replied saying ‘Italian’ followed by a Pizza and Spaghetti emoji. And when she was asked ‘Do u diet?’, she wrote, ‘No...I eat healthy’. Vidya has always been vocal against crash dieting, so this does not come as a surprise. It is however, her love for Italian food that has made us crave for these delicious Italian treats.
Italian Recipes You Must Try Soon:
1. Pizza Neopolitan
With its roots in Naples, Itali, this thin crust pizza is not so saucy, contains oodles of mozzarella cheese, olive oil, garlic and tomatoes to make for a feast to remember.
2. Mushroom Risotto
Risotto is a buttery rice dish that spells comfort for many. The mild mushrooms, cheese and olive oil spell magic together in this recipe.
A cylindrical type of lasagna, where the shells are generally stuffed with spinach, ricotta or beef. The lasagna is covered with sauce and finished off with an added garnish of cheese.
Did you know Tiramisu literally means ‘pick me up’, and is there a dessert more aptly named? We guess not. The dessert packs the goodness of mascarpone cheese, coffee, and ladyfinger biscuits.
5. Spaghetti Puttanesca
Spaghetti cooked with thick tomato sauce, garlic, olives and anchovies, a lip-smacking treat you cannot refuse. Serve hot with garlic bread.
Aren’t you already cravings some of these dishes? What are you waiting for? Try your favourite recipes soon and let us know which ones you liked the best. Bon apetit.