Here are some of Ajay Devgn and Kajol's favourite food

Here are some of Ajay Devgn and Kajol's favourite food

Bollywood stars Ajay Devgn and Kajol are self-confessed foodies who love trying out the unique dishes and cuisines from around the globe. Bengali and Punjabi dishes take the top spots in their list of favourite cuisines. Punjabi dishes like makhi ki roti and aloo paratha that are cooked with dollops of butter or ghee are the real stars in their house. However, the couple is often on special diets to stay in great shape.

When on a diet, Ajay likes to have the continental dishes. Kajol, meanwhile, do not say ‘no’ to her favourite dishes even when she is following a particular diet. In an interview, the actress had said that she knows how to cook the perfect Bengali fish curry and the Maharashtrian food.

Kajol and her mother-in-law really enjoy eating crab meat. Delicious crab dishes often make it to their dining table, especially when Ajay is not at home. Kajol says that she and her mother-in-law take at least one and half hours to finish the crab dish, taking their own sweet time enjoying the delicious dish.

While Ajay is an excellent cook, Kajol admits that she isn't as good a cook as her husband. When one cooks, the other sit back and enjoy the delicious dishes. However, both of them like to order Chinese food, if they are eating out.

Unique food experiences

Among the most unique foods that they had eaten, Kajol remembers eating snails and frog meat as quite special. Meanwhile, Ajay enjoyed drinking horse milk at Russia.

Indian street food like pani puri, chana batoora, vada paav, bhel puri and chutney sandwich are some of their all time favourites. Kajol says that their mutual love for food plays a pivotal role in keeping their bond stronger and beautiful. However, the couple's daughter likes the Japanese sushi very much and their son enjoys the traditional Punjabi dishes.

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