UK man makes rava idli and sambhar in viral video, netizens say ‘this is 10/10’ | is in trend | Daily News Byte

UK man makes rava idli and sambhar in viral video, netizens say ‘this is 10/10’ |  is in trend

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A man from the United Kingdom recently attracted a lot of attention after a video of him cooking authentic Rajasthani Mirchi Vada went viral on Instagram. Turns out, his love for Indian food hasn’t waned, as he can be seen making sambhar and rava idlis in a recent video posted online. The viral Instagram reel opens with Drye preparing sambhar by boiling some tuvar dal and adding some spices to it. As the clip progresses, one can see her making the batter by mixing semolina and curd and adding tadka. He then makes the sambhar masala from scratch and adds it to the vegetables. At the end, he plates the sambhar and idli with some salad, and it looks delicious.

“Rava Idli and Sambhar. I think I have taken off the sambar now, let me know. I made a normal idli the other week so I wanted to try another variation… Rava (semolina) idli is very easy to make and tastes the same even though it is originally from Karnataka,” Jack Dryn wrote while sharing the video on Instagram. As evident from his Instagram feed, Dryane loves cooking and currently cooks food from every Indian state. He has so far covered eight Indian states – Gujarat, Rajasthan, Punjab, Maharashtra, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Karnataka. It currently makes popular dishes from the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

Watch the video below:

Since being shared on December 8, the video has received more than 2.6 million views, and the number is still growing. The share has also received a flurry of comments from netizens.

Here’s what people wrote in the comments:

“This looks phenomenal,” read a comment on the video. “As a South Indian, Tamilian this is 10/10,” one person wrote. “This rava idli is a Karnataka dish. I really like the way you prepared the sambar powder. Sambar looks perfect,” commented another. “It is not about Karnataka or Tamil Nadu. It is about your efforts and love for authentic Indian food. As food lovers, I really appreciate the efforts you put in to cook these delicious dishes,” expressed a third. “It’s really delicious. Breakfast… Love from India,” posted a fourth.


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