We love master chef Ranveer Brar for many reasons—the delicious recipes from his kitchen and the fitness icon that he is. We got to have a candid conversation with him and got him to answer four rapid fire questions for you and also what it takes to become a master chef. Here is what he has to say.
One-minute fitness mantra
He speaks like a true Punjabi when he says that his one-minute fitness mantra is a glass of lassi. He also shares how closing his eyes and thinking of that one thing that fascinates him helps him beat stress.
We asked him about his favourite food, and his answer was quite surprising. The chef prefers home-cooked food. His favourite is khichdi with lots of desi ghee along with papad, achar and a glass of lassi.
One food that should be banned from restaurant
The chef says it is not true that eating out is unhealthy eating. He stresses on the fact that overindulgence is what is unhealthy and not the food itself. Everything can be eaten in moderation. He says, ‘go out to eat chaat, but stop at one tikki.’ However, he asks to avoid frozen foods completely as freezing and processing adds a lot of unnecessary elements which can do a lot of harm to your health.5-star chef Harpreet Sahai shares tips to eat healthy at a restaurant.
One food that should be banned from home
When asked about what is that one thing one needs to avoid when eating at home, he answers in the same tone saying that the only thing that you need to give up is indulgence.
Keep watching the video, to know what it takes to get into master chef. Also, watch how India’s hottest chef Vikas Khanna keeps himself fit.
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Published: June 21, 2016 6:16 pm