When Twinkle Khanna asked her celebrity friends what was in their dabba, everyone wrote in and sent their recipes as well.
Katrina Kaif chose idli, sambhar and chutney.
What does Bhumi Pednekar like to include in her dabba? She tells us here.
Bhumi writes, 'Eating healthy is a lifestyle, it's a choice and not a compulsion cause you are what you eat :) You know the unfit to fit journey I've had and @akshaykumar has really motivated me through it :)Thank you for nominating me.
'So in my dabba I have avocado and chicken salad, almond flour roti, some chicken curry, stir fried mushrooms and tofu isabgol tikki :) Wholesome, low cal and satisfying. Eat well and right, then there's no fight.'
Rakul Singh writes about her eating habits: 'People who know me know how much I loveeee food and eating clean is a lifestyle for me no matter which part of the world I am shooting in. Every meal is pre planned to make sure it's nutritious and tasty. I turned vegan about two months back and love basic ghar ka khaana for the goodness our Indian cooking has thanku @akshayarora3 for making sure I don't miss home food.'
Rakul's dabba includes spinach jowar rotis, lady finger and green dal.
Spinach jowar roti: Take a cup of jowar flour in a bowl, add two-three pinches of salt, then add puréed spinach in to the mixture along with one fourth cup of water. Mix and stir incorporating all ingredients, add some more water if required and knead the dough well. Make dough balls, flatten it with rolling pin or your hand and cook it on the tavaa.
Green lentil: Pressure cook a cup of green lentils in a cooker. After the lentils have cooked, temper it with ground spices, onions and one tea spoon of organic ghee.
Lady finger: Chopped and cooked in a pan and tempered with ground spices, onions and one tea spoon of organic ghee.
Mallika Sherawat, who is vegan, shares her meal: 'Here, I'm having vegan nachos wt Cashew cream & guacamole & chai wt almond milk.'