My diet preference
I prefer vegetarian food.
First thing I have in the morning
Milk, tea and some roasted snacks. Later, I have some fruits -- papaya and watermelon are really good for skin and digestion. I also have muesli with milk.
I binge on anything made by my mother. I’ve grown up on my ‘maa ke haath ka’ healthy khaana and still today I follow the same.
A bowl of dal and sabzi that have been made with minimum oil with some multigrain rotis.
A must have accompaniment with meals
Buttermilk. It cleanses you from within, soothes the stomach after a meal, boosts your calcium intake and washes down fats. It reduces blood pressure and prevents cancer.
Sunday is mostly a cheat day where I indulge in what I’m not supposed to for the rest of the weekdays. I eat rice with the usual dal and sabzis.
A cup of coffee complemented by protein biscuits.
I have a small meal in the night usually. It includes vegetable soup or sautéed vegetables. It’s not too filling and at the same time it’s good for health.
I usually don’t have dessert but it is my weakness. On a cheat day, I like having gulab-jamun, chocolate and cheesecake.
The king of fruits, Mango!
I dislike eating
A childhood memory connected to food
I vividly remember the horrible incident when my father made me eat eggs -- I threw up immediately because I didn’t like them.
I binge on
Rum cakes and chocolate cakes.
My culinary abilities
People who are fond of food are great cooks. I’m one of them. I like cooking and I can cook Italian, Chinese and Indian and bake an excellent chocolate cake.
My worst kitchen disaster
A few days ago, I messed up while baking a pizza. I didn’t realise and kept it in the oven for far too long.
The food item I feel I look like
Khichdi ... I am a very boring person.
I feel guilty after eating
My favourite spice
Oregano. It has got a unique refreshing and tangy taste that makes my mood soar.
My comfort food
I believe in eating anything that’s easy to digest. I’m not fussy.