Sameera Reddy and her stepmom cook with two delicious recipes



Actress Sameera Reddy shares a great relationship with her stepmother, Manjri Varde. Their cooking sessions and adventures, which Sameera shares on Instagram with the headline “Messy Mama & Sassy Saasu”, are all the rage. In a new Instagram post, Sameera shared the recipe for a Special Suran (Elephant’s Foot Yam) and Bhaji Burger made by her mother-in-law. The actress said her stepmother introduced her to the versatile vegetable, Suran. ” It’s so good ! Suran is yam and grows under the ground. It has amazing properties and is a good source of carbohydrates and is great for the skin! Sameera wrote in the caption.

She added that even the kids loved these burgers. This is how the duo cooked the suran burgers and bhaji.

1. Suran Burgers

For this, the duo used 200g each of peeled and diced suran, and potatoes. Sameera’s mother-in-law applied salt to suran and peeled and diced potatoes, and steamed them until tender. Then she crushed the suran and the potatoes and added 1 finely chopped onion, 2 tablespoons of ground ginger, 1 tablespoon of ground green chili, 1 teaspoon of jeera powder, 1 small cup of chopped cilantro, 1/2 teaspoon of sugar and salt to taste. After that, the duo shaped the mixture into patties and fried them shallow. Sameera finally took the hamburger buns, toasted them, added butter and lettuce leaves. She garnished it with onion rings and tomatoes.

In the video, Sameera says the suran is really tasty and soaks up any flavor you put in it. It is full of nutrients and good for the skin.

2. Suran Sabzi

For this, too, the duo used 200 g each of suran and potatoes. In the legend, she said that this sabzi can be eaten even during the fast. Here, too, they diced, added salt, and steamed the suran and potatoes together. Other ingredients needed are 4 tablespoons of ghee, 2 tablespoons of jeera, 3 tablespoons of ground ginger / green chili paste, 1 cup of peanuts, chopped cilantro and grated coconut. Sameera’s mother-in-law is seen heating ghee in a kadhai. After that, she adds green chillies and ginger paste, jeera and lets it splash. She then adds crushed peanuts and, finally, the mixture of cooked suran and potatoes. The curry is ready.

Sameera advised everyone to have it with Rajgira puris and curd.

At the end of the video, Sameera’s mother-in-law says suran is one of the most underrated vegetables. Do it in Indian style and it’s good for kids who are sassy eaters.

Watch the video here:

Earlier, Sameera Reddy had shared another post from her stepmother’s cooking of a delicious mango pickle – a quintessential accompaniment to most traditional Indian dishes. She captioned the message: “Mmmm. Sassy Saasu is cooking something delicious. Read more about it here.

Sameera Reddy once also shared a post of an omelet with a happy face drawn on it. She said her son made the “work of art”. She posted the image and gave her followers three options to choose from – Happy, Ok, or Sad. To view Sameera’s cheerful omelet photo, click here.

We bet these Sameera Reddy food articles make you salivate and you also get warmed up at the thought of including Suran in your diet.


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