Sara Ali Khan is one of the Bollywood actors who adheres to a stringent diet and exercise regimen. She frequently works out at the gym and does demanding exercises. Her yoga and aerobics workout DVDs inspire us to begin moving. Sara never gives in to her eating preferences, so that’s one thing.
It won’t be an exaggeration to claim that the “Kedarnath” actor is an avid food enthusiast who never misses an opportunity to chow down on delicious treats. She has a special affection for Indian food, as you can see if you follow her food stories on Instagram. Her most recent photo-sharing app, Narrative, is a prime example of this.
Currently, in London, Sara Ali Khan is taking in the city’s atmosphere. She is giving us a sneak preview of her exciting trip, keeping with tradition.
The “Atrangi Re” star is seriously missing a desi drink, even as we see her making the most of her time in London. Can you guess what it is? Adrak wali chai is in the hot cup. You caught what we were saying! Sara wants a warm cup of chai in the cold weather (in the United Kingdom).
Posing with some ginger at a mall, she uploaded a photo to Instagram to share a story. In the background, a rendition of Baba Sehgal’s well-known song “Adrak wali chai” could be heard. In the image, she also included the emojis for “tea” and “ginger.”
Let’s be honest: in the chilly weather, there is nothing more comforting than a hot cup of tea. In addition to warming you up internally, it also aids in the prevention of typical seasonal illnesses like coughs and colds. Here, we offer you a recipe for “kadak” adrak wali chai, which you can sip on throughout the winter.
The recipe is listed below. Ginger Tea Recipe | Adrak Wali Chai Instructions: Tea leaves, sugar, milk, and ginger are required for adrak wali chai. Chai masala is an additional option. Take a drink of the freshly brewed tea now. To view the recipe, click here.
For those who prefer tea without milk and sugar, we found another recipe they might try. Here, milk is not used, and jaggery is used in place of sugar. Rest; we’ll need ginger, tea leaves, and water to make the tea.