Monsoon is here. While we take out our raincoats and umbrellas, it’s also the time of year when we look forward to enjoying hot food with a cup of hot water. Monsoon makes us crave crispy and deep-fried delicacies. Looks like Malaika too. At least that’s what her latest food post reveals. The actress, who has just returned from Paris, has been seen enjoying the season with a super-fine freesia. She shared a photo of her deliciousness that went viral on Instagram Stories.
On her tray of rice, we can see a bowl of deep-fried rice paper. vadas. And, how can one miss sambar (dal) with vadas? So there is a bowl that looks like taste sambar also. Besides that, we ordered a bowl of white rice. The meal also includes another dish cooked to perfection with spices. Malaika wrote, “Food for the soul and the rains,” and tagged chef Marina Balakrishnan.
Well, now that you’ve seen the magnificence of Malaika Arora, you must be craving South Indian delicacies. Right? Here is a list of recipes that will help you prepare a wonderful freesia at home. Check this out.
first) Medhu vada
This popular and satisfying culinary combination is enjoyed and loved by many people across the country. These urad dal (vada) crisps are enjoyed with some delicious sambar along with coconut chutney. This dish makes a great breakfast and even snack.
2) Tamarind rice
This fried rice dish is sure to make you crave for more. Tamarind rice has the delicious taste of channa and urad dal cooked with delicious tamarind pulp and a variety of spices. You can pair it with a piece of pickle or foil on the side. Have lunch and you will love it.
3) Sambar Arachu vitta
This dish is a combination of chicken thighs, coconut, tamarind and other simple spices cooked with about three different types of dal including urad dal, tur dal channa dal. The term arachuvitta means “to grind”. And in this recipe, the roasted spices are ground with fresh coconut. That’s why the name arachu vitta.
4) Karam dosa
Dosa happens to be our go-to recipe whenever we think of enjoying South Indian food. This dish comes in many different varieties and has an experimental range. However, if karam dosa excites you, this is the recipe you need to try.
5) Paal payasam
Whether it’s main course or dessert, flavors from the south of the country can always tickle our taste buds. Paal payasam is a famous sweet and creamy rice dish similar to kebabs. It carries the richness of dried fruit and is also offered as prasadam in different temples.
We love Malaika Arora’s food posts and it’s amazing how she always manages to make us salivate with her food trails. do you agree?