Make Your Date Night Romantic Like Preeta-Karan Of Kundali Bhagya With These Recipes
Karan and Preeta went on a dinner date in Kundali Bhagya recently. Here’s a quick lowdown of what they liked to eat and how you can make it at home.
Karan and Preeta went out for a dinner date recently in Kundali Bhagya. This is a big step in them becoming friends again and is something that the fans couldn’t wait for enough.
An important element of any date is the food. This is the the menu that Karan and Preeta ordered on their date: Spaghetti Pasta, Garlic bread, and a Virgin Mojito. Watch these clips to find out how you can you can prepare a romantic dinner for your partner just like Karan and Preeta.
Watch the recipe for Preeta’s favourite Spaghetti here.
For the Spaghetti Pasta you will require:`
200 gms Spaghetti
1 carrot chopped
1 sliced onion
8-10 french beans
8-10 cauliflower florets
1 sliced spring onion
1 tablespoon finely-chopped garlic
1 cup peeled and chopped tomato
1/2 cup tomato puree
1 tablespoon finely-chopped parsley
1 tablespoon crushed red chillies
2 tablespoons olive oil
Salt to taste
Finely chop the vegetables and break the cauliflower into florets. For the sauce, heat olive oil in a pan and add the finely-chopped garlic. Saute the chopped onions in the pan along with the spring onion. Add the carrots and cauliflower and let it simmer. In another bowl, boil the spaghetti in hot water with salt till it gets a noodle-like consistency. Add the tomato pieces and puree. Stir it well before adding salt and crushed red chillies. Add the capsicum and parsley in the sauce and let it cook for five minutes. Pour the sauce with vegetables over the boiled spaghetti and garnish with more crushed chillies. Top with crushed cheese, preferably Parmesan cheese, to complete the Spaghetti Arrabiata.
Watch the recipe for their preferred beverage ‘Virgin Mojito’ here.
For this quick-fix non-alcoholic mojito you will require:
1/2 cup hand-plucked mint leaves
8 tablespoons brown sugar
2 cups crushed ice
2 cups lemonade
Chop the lemons and remove their seeds before putting them inside a cup. Add the hand-torn mint leaves (pudina) and brown sugar and crush them together with a rolling pin. Divide the crushed ice in different glasses and add the mint, lemon, and brown sugar mixture in each glass. Fill the glasses up with lemonade and stir lightly. Decorate the glass with a lemon slice and mint leave on the rim before serving.
Watch more such recipes from the vintage cooking show Khana Khazana, streaming only on ZEE5.