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Indian Food Blogger Helps You Cook Dishes With Whatever You Have at Home During Lockdown

Image credits: Monika Manchanda/Instagram.

Image credits: Monika Manchanda/Instagram.

Several people responded to this new take on quarantine cooking and responded with their pantry items, and Manchanda helped them out!

Raka Mukherjee
  • News18.com
  • Last Updated: March 26, 2020, 10:11 AM IST
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After Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a 21-day lockdown in India to combat coronavirus, a lot of people were left with limited items in their homes.

Even though a lot of Indians were already stocked up primarily due to panic buying ahead of the restrictions, people were still left with a limited set of things to use, since you can't possible cook all the nice gourmet food you have in one day.

While may be several recipes online for dishes, finding one with just the few ingredients in your kitchen often proves very difficult. Here's when Monika Manchanda, an India food blogger stepped in. Manchanda on her Twitter posted a question to Indians: Tell her whats in your kitchen, she'll help you with recipes.

Several people took to this new take on quarantine cooking and responded with their pantry items, and Manchanda helped them out!

She explained how to step up simple rice to Mexican burito bowls.

Or asian stir fry from just spring onions!

And how to upscale a Gobi from just a vegetable, to a whole dish in itself.

Or even how to spice up a dish of simple pulses.

She also shared many recipes on her Instagram of simple few-step meals to cook with limited ingredients.

If you're looking for cooking inspiration on these 21 days of lockdown, you know where to turn to.

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