Anita Hassanandani is a self-confessed foodie. And, she thoroughly enjoys desi food wherever she goes. At least that’s what we have understood from her recent gastronomic adventures. The actress recently visited Indore where she tried a number of mouth-watering food items and sent us drooling. She shared a slew of pictures of her experiences from Indore on Instagram Stories. The first snapshot included a scrumptious platter that featured a variety of food items. There’s some Indori poha topped with sev, chopped onions and a piece of lime. We could also see what looks like Idli sambhar kept in a bowl.
Anita Hassanandani’s food plate also featured a mouth-watering jalebi and a sandwich on the side. Don’t miss the delicious kachori topped with green chutney. Since it’s winter, the season’s staple gajar ka halwa also made its way to her plate. Looks like she really had a wholesome meal. She encapsulated her in the caption stating, “Poha, Indore Yeh hui na baat”.
Well, you are wrong if you think that Anita Hassanandani’s Indore food diaries only had this scrumptious platter. Going beyond that, she also tried some indulgent wine there. One of her Instagram Stories shows a glass of wine. The immediate next snapshot featured a plate full of lip-smacking chaat kept beside the glass of wine. The heavenly chaat was loaded with curd and various chutneys. The street food item was also garnished with fresh coriander leaves and sev. Anita cheekily wrote, “Wine and chaat. Only I can do it” and added laughing emojis beside.
In the next slide, we saw Anita Hassanandani with a piece of papad in hand with the wine glass kept close on the table. Here, her caption read, “Now, papads and wine. I am a Sindhi ok,” followed by various laughing emojis.
Anita Hassanandani’s dinner platter screamed indulgence too. She posted a picture of food while having some delectable chicken curry and white steamed rice and some curd put on top of it. Of course, this was accompanied by her glass of wine. She captioned the image with words, “Spicy home style chicken curry dahi and wine.”
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