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If not an actor, I’d have been a chef: Arshad Warsi

I enjoy cooking and trying out new cuisines. I can cook practically everything but I am better at cooking meat than vegetables.

entertainment Updated: Apr 10, 2010 01:38 IST

The first thing I have in the morning: A cup of tea. My breakfast is usually egg whites, either boiled, scrambled or omelette. I try and avoid bread. If I feel hungry, then I have my eggs with bajre ki roti.

My diet: I am basically a non-vegetarian. I love all kinds of meat. Mutton, chicken, seafood, everything.

My evening snack: Normally I eat whatever is served on the sets. I try and eat after every two-and-a-half to three hours. I keep munching on boiled eggs, fruits, biscuits. So if there is no snack in the evening, it’s fine by me. But I need my cuppa tea.

My favourite desserts: I am not a dessert person. I just need a small bite of anything sweet after my meals, a chocolate probably.

I love: Skimmed milk. I can get up anytime of the day and have milk — cold or warm.

My culinary abilities: If I was not an actor, I would have been a chef. I love food.I enjoy cooking and trying out new cuisines. I can cook practically everything but I am better at cooking meat than vegetables. I can make biryanis, curries and many a times I create my own recipes. I love experimenting.

My favourite cuisines: Indian, Thai, Japanese, Lebanese, Italian and Spanish... I really enjoy food.

A childhood memory associated with food: My mom used to cook brilliant bheja masala, mince and paya. I remember as a kid when I’d come back from my boarding school during my holidays, I would have this stuff everyday literally and loved it. But now with age catching up and hectic work schedules, it is difficult to eat heavy stuff.

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