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Tell us what's in your lunch box?

Last updated on: January 14, 2020 15:29 IST

Share pics of what's in your lunch box and we'll publish the best responses.

Twinkle Khanna has started a new campaign asking her celebrity friends to share what's in their dabba.

She revealed that her tiffin was packed with yummy beetroot tikkis, and nominated Akshay Kumar, Malaika Arora and Sonali Bendre Behl to share their healthy food stories.

Akshay was quick to join in and share a pic of his dabba which included avocado on toast and chia pudding. 'It's healthy, tasty, and keeps you full for hours, not to mention high in protein,' he wrote on Instagram.

He nominated Shikhar Dhawan, who gave fans and followers a glimpse of what was in his tiffin.

IMAGE: Shikhar Dhawan's breakfast. Photograph: Courtesy Shikhar Dhawan/Instagram

'To begin with I love my fruits, they give me all my natural sugars,' wrote the cricketer.

'In this case I'm eating papaya and pineapple, pineapple being the fat burner. Sprinkled some flax seeds and sunflower seeds on it as well.

'Next there's baked beans for my protein and avocado toast which is good fat.

'A tasty masala uttapam with sambar which makes it a carb loaded breakfast that keeps my energy up the whole day!'

IMAGE: Malaika's quest for vegan, healthy recipes continues. Photograph: Courtesy Malaika Arora/Instagram

Malaika Arora shared a video of her meal, which was made using locally grown, organic ingredients.

Sitting next to a plate of zucchini noodles with red bell pepper sauce, she revealed that she prefers healthy, vegan meals.

IMAGE: Sonali added a twist to the traditional Maharashtrian sabudana khichdi. She replaced sabudana with sweet potato. Photograph: Courtesy Sonali Bendre Behl/Instagram

As for Sonali Bendre Behl, her sweet potato khichdi is being loved by all.

'As they say, you are what you eat! And my mantra has always been to not measure my food... but instead watch what I eat,' she wrote.


We ask you, dear readers what are you carrying in your lunch box today?

Is it something healthy or are you having junk food?

Do you have a salad or sweet tucked in a corner of your dabba? Or a bowl of fruits to begin your meal?

What about pickle? Are you carrying that in your dabba as well? Or are you a fan of chaas and lassi?

Tell us who prepared your dabba for you? Was it your mother, wife or did you pack it yourself?

You can mail your responses to getahead@rediff.co.in (Subject: What's in your dabba) along with your NAME, LOCATION.

Don't forget to share a photograph of your dabba. If possible, you can also share the recipe of a dish in your lunch box, especially if it is cooked by you.  

We'll publish the best responses right here on Rediff.com.

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