Chef Saransh Guila prepares Lucky Ka Bharta. Recipe inside – LaFibreOptique

Bharat is a popular dish loved by Indians all over the world. A particular favorite of North Indians, they mainly make bijan (eggplant) bharta. But celebrity chef Saransh Ghuila shared an Instagram post that teaches us how to make lauki (pumpkin) ka bharta. As surprising as this sounds, Saranch Guila is not afraid to try new things. Her recipe sounds easy and the dish looks delicious (or “delichas” according to the chef). In the video, Saransh Guila is seen licking his fingers after tasting the dish. “Lauki ka bharta because it’s our loki day and I’ve been up all night for my loki,” said Saransh Guila.

The captain said you need a Lucky tank first, kindly. If it is not sweet, you can also mix it.

Now let’s move step by step to manufacturing Lucky Ka Bharta Saranch Guila style:

  • Lauki pricked with a knife and greased it on a gas stove.
  • Remove the arctic char (skin) and chop the lauki finely into small pieces. Cuts. Similarly, chop two onions and keep them aside.
  • Add a tablespoon of mustard oil in a casserole.
  • heat it up When ready or chunka, add the jeera, ginger, garlic and green chili.
  • Now add the chopped onions to the kadai. Fry until it turns golden.
  • Now is the time to spice it up. Add 1 tablespoon of red chili powder, 1 tablespoon of coriander powder, 1 tablespoon of jeera powder, ½ tablespoon of haldi. Mix well and fry for two minutes.
  • Add three grated tomatoes and fry for another 10 minutes.
  • Now add chopped lauki and salt. You can also add lemon juice.
  • Follow this recipe to make Lucky Bharta.

    This is Saranch Guila’s post:

    Chef Saransh Guila regularly shares fun recipes on his Instagram. He recently shared a quick video showing how to properly prepare suspended curd for different dishes. Suspended curd is also known as chakka dahi, which is a thicker version of regular curd.

    With summer being mango season, a very popular drink during this time is mango milkshake. A few days ago, Saransh Goila revealed a secret trick to making mango milk creamy and delicious. His recipe doesn’t even require ice cream.

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