In times where work from home is the need of the hour, the term 'Quarantine Cooking' has come into play and how. This is the time when most of us are home and it only makes sense to eat right and do good by our bodies. While most of us find this self-isolation time to do things that we've always been longing to do, eating right or indulging sometimes can be a mood elevator. Even celebrities are taking to the 'gram and sharing their recipes. So, let's see what these celebrities have been brewing up in their kitchens.
1. Malaika Arora
Professing her love for cooking & utilizing the time on her hands, Malaika is making Malabari Vegetable Stew, which she calls, soul food. This recipe is inspired by various people in her life, from her mother Joyce Arora to food writer & chef, Maunika Gowardhan.
While attempting to make Butter Garlic Prawns at home, he perfectly captions the post, "It's never too late to learn something new." On that note, I also think that now is the time to reskill & try things that makes you happy. Is cooking one of them? What does your quarantine cooking menu look like? Do tell us.
What's cooking in Mouni's oven? Pizzas! Staying at home seems like fun when Pizzas are on the menu! It doesn't look like she needed much help with that. Pizzas are a tough nut to crack but she's doing it quite effortlessly though!
She shares her at-home Granola Bars which are super easy-to-make and is a lot quicker than regular cakes and bars too. Now, we agree that staying at home makes us crave for kinds of things, but these healthy granola bars are perfect to beat those sugar cravings!
With Janta Curfew yesterday, Mini got into the pickle making mode. Since its spring time already, aachar is on everybody's mind & Mini took the liberty to share her recipe. She captions it- Quarantine Cooking: Mathur style Aloo ka Achaar.
With all the time in the world, Padma Lakshmi makes a Sweet & Sour Shrimp with Cherry Tomatoes. In her caption she says, "You can also make this with chicken or other proteins!" Hey Padma, you're lucky to have your krishna making your quarantine cooking time so much fun.
Think of her as a delicacy. She could be a red sauce penne pasta or refreshing strawberry smoothie. A little sweet, quite tangy and unapologetic on the palate. Her soul is that of a gastronome, mind of an illustrator and heart of a writer. She uses these ingredients to plate up tasty stories about food at India Food Network as an Associate Editor. Be it her blogs, articles, reviews or food shows; she promises a wholesome affair.