Sticking to a healthy diet and maintaining essential protocols have been two rules of 2020 and this festive season, Shilpa Shetty Kundra showed how to juggle both while keeping the Christmas and New Year holiday spirit alive with her secret recipes. Those craving some baked kalkals and fruit cake are in for a treat as the Bollywood actor shared her “favourite Christmas recipes” that fitness and food enthusiasts both can try this year.
Taking to her social media care for, Shilpa shared a video straight from her kitchen that promised mouthwatering recipes while sticking to the “Swasth Raho Mast Raho” mantra. Dressed in the bright red and white Christmas colours with festive decorations in the kitchen’s backdrop, Shilpa shared in the caption, “Hard times cannot break our festive spirit, so although I will be able to’t bring you a new recipe this time around… here are two of my favourite Christmas recipes that you’ll try this year: Baked Kalkals and Healthy Fruit Cake (sic).”
She added, “Let’s eat healthy & stay protected, while we care for essential protocols, this festive season. Wishing you all a Merry Christmas! (sic).”
Baked Kalkals –
1 cup wheat flour
5 tbsp coconut sugar
Take 1 cup of wheat flour in a bowl and add 5 tbsp coconut sugar to it. Mix mannered until it turns into dough.
Take the small bits of dough, place it on a fork, spread it and cut it from one end to the other. Bake them in the oven and serve them as hot snacks.
Eating baked kalkals provides energy and also helps in maintaining healthy colon along side bone health.
Fruit cake –
¾ cup of sooji (semolina)
1 tsp ginger powder
1 cup mix dry fruits
Mixed fruit sap
Take ¾ cup of sooji or semolina in a bowl and add 1 tsp of ginger powder and mix it mannered. Then take 1 cup of mix dry fruits, soak them in mixed fruit sap and add the dry sooji-ginger powder mixture to it as mannered and mix the entire contents together.
Take a spatula and empty the contents into a square baking bowl and place it in an oven for heating. Cut the cake pieces and drizzle freshly-made jam sauce over them.
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