It is very true that everyone loves to eat food cooked by their mother. Sachin Tendulkar is no exception. However, the veteran batsman doesn’t gets too much time to spend at home and rare are the chances when he gets to eat home-cooked food. Owing to cricket as career, Sachin has travelled across the length and breadth of the country and has also explored nearly all kinds of cuisines, whether it is Thai, Malaysian, Pakistani or any other.
It is a well-known fact that Sachin is a foodie and seafood is what he loves the most. The Master blaster’s list of favorite dishes also includes mutton biryani, lobster curry, chingri malai curry, prawn curry, and bhekti meuniere.
While exploring different cuisines, the cricket legend got surprised after he got to know how so many dishes were impossible to cook without adding dry fruits to them. He got to know wide use of dry fruits in several dishes that make them even tastier and fuller.
Travelling across the globe in his career spanning decades, Sachin had been bad as well as good experience when it came to food. From curry in the Caribbean to varan bhaat at home turf to ice cream in big bowls, the cricket icon loves them all to the fullest.
Besides just loving food, Sachin has also blossomed into a home chef who often cook food for his wife and kids. Grapevine has it that team India also got the opportunity to eat food cooked by the legend. When it comes to cooking, Sachin never forgets to use dry fruits like almonds, hazelnuts, cashews and Brazilian nuts.
This not only makes the dishes delicious but also adds healthy fats in food. Knowing that his profession demands a fit and healthy body, Sachin ensures that almonds and walnuts are added to dishes as well as salad so as to make them protein packed as well as wonderfully tempting. Whether roasted or toasted, Sachin loves experimenting by adding dry fruits to food items. The best part is that his family loves such experiments and food cooked by Sachin.