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‘Junk food is the worst’: Sarita Ajit Chavan

Sarita Ajit Chavan
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Chef Sarita Ajit Chavan
Special Arrangement Chef Sarita Ajit Chavan

What did you have for dinner last night?

I had Goan chicken xacuti with rice and chapatti

What are you reading now?

Many Lives, Many Masters by Dr. Brian Weiss

What's your favourite recipe book?

Prashad: Cooking with Indian Masters. This book has been written through the culinary genius of some of the finest chefs in the nation.

Next vacation? What do you plan to eat there?

I’m planning to visit Amboli, which is a hill station in Maharashtra. Konkani fish curry and rice thali are on my to-eat list.

Best meal?

Pure vegetarian puneri thali; I can’t recall the name of the restaurant

What about the worst?

Any kind of junk food

Places you eat at most often?

I prefer eating at home most of the time and rarely eat out

Lessons learnt in the kitchen?

Prepare food with your heart and soul and it will never taste bad because of the good vibes you are putting into it.

Any secret junk food confessions?

No. As I said earlier, junk food is the worst thing to eat. I never touch it.

Last meal on earth: what would you choose?

I would like my last meal to be my favourite: vegetarian puneri thali

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