There cannot be two ways of Indian eating. The variety of flavors and styles of cuisines can leave anyone breathless. From spicy curries that can tickle your taste buds to the sweetest desserts that will win a heart, Indian delicacies undeniably possess a magic. Indian dishes have a huge fan base, at home and abroad. But some people are still skeptical of Indian food. And author and TV host Padma Lakshmi is not at all happy about it. the Excellent chef the host does his best to bring Indian cuisine to the whole world through his own culinary endeavors.
So what does she do when she meets someone who doesn’t like Indian food? One of her recent social media posts reveals her reaction.
In her post, she shared a meme that read, “Them: I don’t like Indian food.”
Below that line we see a photo of Padma Lakshmi where she looks away from the lens and gives a questioning and skeptical gaze. Well, we understand what she means. Here is his tweet:
This is not the first time that Padma Lakshmi has championed Indian cuisine on its social media pages. A Twitter user once wrote: âThere are only two groups: people who love Indian food and those who haven’t realized they love Indian food. When Padma Lakshmi’s eyes fell on them, she quoted the post on Twitter and wrote: “No lies here.”
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Padma Lakshmi often brings us delicious food from India. She gave us a very mouthwatering cranberry chutney recipe for this year’s Thanksgiving. Sharing the recipe on her Instagram timeline, she wrote: “This is a tangy, spicy, Indian-inspired chutney that my sweet Great Aunt Bala, made every year.” For the recipe, she used cranberries, grape seed oil, cayenne or chili powder, fenugreek seeds, turmeric, and asafoetida. Here is his recipe in video:
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Another highlight of Padma Lakshmi is the experiences with Indian food. She made a unique berry pie using lassi. Usually, pies are made with eggs, milk, butter, and sugar. But Padma Lakshmi used dahi lassi and berries for the pie filling. The recipe is quick and easy to make. The caption of the recipe read, “When it’s so hot I can’t even bake, I make this healthy sweet treat. Some put things like condensed milk, but honestly this quick version works wonderfully and also makes a excellent breakfast. “
Padma Lakshmi’s social media pages are often filled with food posts and we love it when they feature Indian cuisine.