Rakul Preet Singh mentioned the following ingredients in the caption:
Onions – 2 tablespoons
Tomato – 1 cup
Carrot – 1 cup
Peanuts – ¼ cup
Moong dal – ¾ cup
Sev – 1 tablespoon (I have it without)
Green chutney – 1 tablespoon
Tamarind chutney – 2 tablespoons
Chopped coriander – 2 tablespoons
2 crackers or little puffed rice
She also added, “Healthy isn’t boring and here is proof Rashi Chowdhary. I am addicted to this recipe,” along with the hashtag “Chaat lover,” in the caption.
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Rakul Preet Singh is surely a sucker for chaat as many of her food posts are dedicated to the same. This is in fact, the second time in this month, that she was seen with a bowl of bhel, making it quite a healthy affair. Read all about it here.
If you follow Rakul Preet Singh’s food antics more closely, you would know that it’s not just the bhel that she likes to dig in. While she was busy shooting for her film Chhatriwali in Lucknow, Rakul Preet took out time to treat herself to a famous chaat snack from the city of Nawabs. She dropped a picture of herself smiling away looking at the camera holding a plate of sumptuous katori chaat. From the picture, we could see an indulgent katori (basket) stuffed with the quintessential filling and chutneys.
Rakul Preet Singh never misses out on her “chaat time” even when she is shooting as for her, there’s always some time to relish chaat. Once, the actress gave us a sneak peek into her chaat diaries from the set and it included a full feast with a variety of dishes. We could see pakodis, and a whole lot of dishes accompanied by tasty chutneys. For the video, she wrote, “Chaat kha ke hue jungle.”
Don’t you think Rakul Preet Singh’s fondness for chaat is relatable?