With over 2.4 million subscribers, Mira is arguably one of Instagram’s most successful brides. Off late, the 26-year-old also got super active on the photo-sharing app. From sharing her desi skin care secrets to her love for food and personal recipes, Mira Kapoor has done it all. On Monday, she had a brief AMA session with her fans. She answered a few questions about her favorite family member, her favorite vacation destination, and how she lost her pregnancy weight. She also answered a number of questions about food, given that she is a big foodie herself.
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When someone asked her what her favorite ‘go-to snack’ was, she replied, “My snack of choice is actually poha, I can eat it for breakfast, lunch, dinner, middle of the night, love it.
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Poha is an Indian breakfast food made with rice flakes lightly mixed with a little oil and flavored with onions, chili peppers and mustard seeds. Some people also like to add a little Namkeen plus for that extra crunch, here’s how we like to do it. Here is a poha recipe for you.
In another question where she was asked if she was a vegetarian or a vegan, she said, “I am a vegetarian and have been from birth. I have never eaten any non-vegetarian products, not even eggs, but with dairy, I try and avoid it, but I don’t cut it out completely, so that’s how it works. “
Later in the session, she is also told that she is a “big greedy”, “I can cheat on just about anything but my favorite has to be Yautcha’s dumplings,” she said, revealing her. favorite cheat food.
When asked what she would choose from restaurant dishes and home-cooked meals, Mira said she would prefer a mix of the two!
About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong fondness for food, Sushmita enjoys everything tasty, cheesy and fatty. His other favorite hobby activities other than discussing food include reading, watching movies, and binge-watching TV shows.
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