Sonali Bendre Was “Caught In 4k,” As She Enjoys Her Snacks


Sonali Bendre has always inspired us with her healthy lifestyle choices. But there are some days when she also feels like diving into various mouth-watering food items without worrying much. And, we have an update from Sonali’s gastronomic adventure. She has shared a video on Instagram chomping on delicious fried food. In her caption, Sonali has stated that it is her “Sin-dulgence.” For the hashtag, she wrote, “Guilty.” Sonali’s fans found it quite relatable. A person wrote, “Delicious! Sundays are for indulgence.” A few wanted to know a bit about the dish. 

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Sonali Bendre’s foodie trail and the ongoing monsoon season often leave us with an urge to dig in deep-fried snacks. So, while enjoying the rains, why don’t you cook up some indulgent snacks at home? Don’t worry about the recipes. We have curated a list of about five snack recipes for you.

1)Fried onion rings

This is a quick snack recipe that can be prepared in no time. It’s one of the best tea-time snacks and something you can rustle up when unexpected guests arrive. Onion rings, when coated well with a yummy spicy mixture, and then deep-fried until crispy, taste amazing.    

2) Chicken popcorn

Yes, we know that this is a go-to dish for almost all chicken lovers. However, instead of ordering the delicacy from outside, you can easily prepare it at home in a mere half an hour. Lip-smacking chicken popcorns also go well as appetisers before a dinner party.

3) Beguni

Nothing beats the joy of gorging on desi deep-fried snacks. And one such fantastic snack could be beguni. It’s a classic Bengali dish that can be perfectly paired with your evening cuppa. Also, beguni, made with brinjal is healthy, so, you can enjoy it guilt-free.

4) Tapioca chips

If you really can’t think of anything much, it’s always safe to refer to this recipe. Tapioca chips are one of the crispiest snacks that can be prepared at home. To make this, all you require is tapioca, oil to fry, some salt and red chilli powder (if you like it).

5) Pinwheel samosa

You may have tried the regular samosas, however, it’s always a good idea to be a little creative and try out the regular food with a twist. Pinwheel samosa is super tasty and is usually, paired with tomato ketchup or mint chutney.  

So, are you ready to cook up a storm in your kitchen today?

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