Bhumi Pednekar’s Saag preparation looked droolworthy.


  • Bhumi Pednekar whipped up the winter delight – Saag
  • She topped the dish with a dollop of white butter
  • Take a look at the droolworthy pictures she shared

As we bid adieu to the sweltering summer months, there are a number of healthy winter foods beckoning us with open arms. The other half of 2020 is awaiting foodies with seasonal vegetables like radish, carrot, methi and so much more! Bhumi Pednekar is one such actor who has begun to experiment with winter cuisine in her kitchen. The actor is a climate warrior and she regularly champions for environmental concerns, both online and offline. This time, however, she caught our attention by posting the picture of a delicious Saag preparation that she made at home. Check it out:


(Also Read: Gluten-Free Cookies To Mango Shake, Bhumi Pednekar’s Summer Food Diaries Will Make You Drool!)

The wonderful Saag dish was a sight for sore eyes, as we have now begun to crave soothing, warm winter dishes with the chillier days. The Saag that Bhumi Pednekar prepared looked absolutely perfect, and we think it would have tasted equally good too! To further add to the dish’s luscious texture, Bhumi Pednekar topped the saag with some fresh white butter. Kudos to the actress for acing the delicious dish with such elan.

During the lockdown, Bhumi Pednekar has regularly been sharing glimpses of her foodie diaries. From Mango shake to mushroom truffle pasta, there are a number of dishes that the actress and her sister Samisha Pednekar have prepared while in self-isolation. In fact, the Pednekars have been actively gardening as well in a bid to practice sustainable living. Check out the wonderfully varied vegetables and fruits they have been growing in the kitchen garden:

(Also Read: Bhumi Pednekar Swears By Home-Cooked Food And Admits Never Consulting A Dietician)

We hope many people take notes from Bhumi Pednekar’s foodie diaries and get inspired from her kitchen gardening too!

About Aditi AhujaAditi loves talking to and meeting like-minded foodies (especially the kind who like veg momos). Plus points if you get her bad jokes and sitcom references, or if you recommend a new place to eat at.

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