Sachin Tendulkar Shares His Love For Seafood

by Tejashee Kashyap
Sachin Tendulkar Shares His Love For Seafood

One of the most talented and consistent cricketers to have ever played the game of cricket, Sachin Tendulkar remains an inspiration.  However, the legendary cricketer is all that and more.  Well, he is quite the foodie and there’s a special cuisine that he cannot get over. On the 100th Sunday Brunch episode, our Editor-in-Chief, Kamiya Jani, interviewed the iconic Master Blaster about his passion for sports, his love of food, and his life after retirement.

Sachin Tendulkar’s Love For Seafood

Tendulkar had often talked about his love for Maharashtrian delicacies. Even in this episode, he couldn’t stop gushing about his love for vada pav, especially the ones from a stall in Shivaji Park. But, it’s not just vada pav that has his heart. Revealing in this episode, Tendulkar shares his passion for seafood, especially fish curries.

But, his love for seafood isn’t limited to that. Tendulkar loves to cook this cuisine as much as he loves to savour it. In his cooking experience after getting married, Tendulkar even chose to cook seafood for his wife, Anjali.  For her, he cooked fish curry and rice, which she enjoyed. He reveals that he followed all the instructions in the recipe he received from his mother.

Well, the dish turned out pretty good and was one of the best fish curry and rice dishes his wife had ever tasted. Isn’t he quite the skilful cook?

Also Read: Sachin Tendulkar Attempts To Identify His Fave Shivaji Park’s Vada Pav; Here’s How It Went

Cooking Diaries Of Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar
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He has often spoken about his love for experimenting with flavours and ingredients and has even developed his own signature dishes. Moreover, Sachin’s love for cooking is not limited to just one cuisine or style. He enjoys cooking a wide variety of dishes. His interest in cooking has only grown stronger, and he began to explore different cuisines and cooking styles. Well, he considers the art of cooking to be therapeutic and relaxing for him.

Narrating another incident, Tendulkar shares how he once cooked for a batch of 50 people. Cooking baingan ka bharta for 50 people is not easy.  He faced some obstacles like deciding the quantity of each ingredient, the number of onions and the amount of salt to be used. But, our master-blaster happened to ace this with flying colours too.  The baingan ka bharta was, of course, delicious. Definitely, Tendulkar is a pro cook in the kitchen!

Tune into this full episode of Sunday Brunch to know more about your favourite cricketer, Sachin Tendulkar!

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