Malaika Arora's Delish, Colourful Lunch Will Give You All Sorts Of Cravings

Malaika Arora’s delicious lunch was inspired by a celebrity chef’s recipe.


  • Malaika Arora is one of the fittest celebrities
  • The actress shared a snippet of her delicious lunch
  • The lunch was healthy, vegan and gluten-free too

From sharing her secret immunity nuskhas to teaching her followers some useful Yoga postures – Malaika Arora has been active on Instagram even in lockdown. The fittest diva regularly inspires her followers in some way or the other through her posts and stories. Apart from being a strong proponent of yogic practices, Malaika Arora also keeps sharing updates from her foodie diaries. The actress recently took to Instagram stories to share a snippet of her delicious lunch, and the picture itself was enough to get us drooling. Check it out:


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Malaika Arora had gone vegan a while back, and the diva is showing no signs of backing down anytime soon. She regularly innovates with interesting and unique recipes that are not just vegan, but also gluten-free and super healthy.

Her delicious Instagram story featured a colourful and luscious meal, which she said was inspired by Chef Kelvin Cheung’s recipe. The lunch dish comprised some Ragi or buckwheat tacos which looked like they were made at home from scratch. Malaika Arora added some interesting, homemade vegetable toppings to her rotis and finished it off with some crunchy sliced cherry tomatoes and fresh coriander leaves. Here’s the original dish which Malaika Arora was inspired by:

So, when you’re at a loss thinking what to make for lunch or dinner, this easy recipe can serve as a unique and tasty experience. We hope to see more of Malaika Arora’s fusion food innovations soon!

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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