Padma Lakshmi eats this dish at least once a week and that’s why (recipe is inside)

Model, host, activist and author Padma Lakshmi is truly a multi-talented icon! The American Indian celebrity is an inspiration to foodies across India, as she has managed to bring her passion for food into her career. Whether you’re hosting a TV show about food, writing a recipe book, or sharing foodie content on her social media, Padma Lakshmi truly loves food as much as we do. If you follow her on Instagram, you will be aware of her strong penchant for eating. Despite living abroad for many years, celebrities still prefer to indulge in a healthy Indian meal and we have proof! Take a look at what she shared with her 1.3 million followers:

Padma Lakshmi has taken to another viral trend on Instagram to express her love of food, sharing visual snippets of her meals along with the audio – “So I’m addicted to this, not in the literal medical sense but I don’t think I can live without he-she.” We take a look at some of India’s most beloved dishes in the video, including pulao, rajma choal, and curdled rice. Using her quirky video, she expresses how much she loves rice and can’t live without it! She attached her story with the caption: “If I don’t eat yogurt rice at least once a week, I don’t feel right. What’s your favorite way to eat rice?”

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Padma Lakshmi is a lover of rice curd. She loves to eat and make these delicious South Indian delicacies. For those who don’t know exactly what this dish is, it’s a simple comfort food made with leftover rice and yogurt. All you have to do is mix rice and yoghurt and add delicious tadka to it. Curd rice is also known as Saddam Thayer in Tamil.

If you want to taste the beloved curd rice from Padma Lakshmi, we have a detailed recipe for you:

Click here for the curd rice recipe.

What is your favorite rice dish? Do tell us in the comments section below!

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