Andrea Jeremiah shares a super recipe

Andrea Jeremiah is known for her philanthropic work. During the coronavirus lockdown, she has been conducting live Instagram sessions through which she raises funds to help college students.

Recently, with the funds raised, she has gifted laptops to three college students. She wrote: “I’m of the firm belief that what your right hand gives, your left hand shouldn’t know of… but these are strange times, and we are all struggling to come to terms with it, and as a result, charitable thoughts & actions have become scarce… I am SO GRATEFUL to all the people who donated to this cause via my #instalive.”

She added: “For those of you who wish to learn more & donate to this cause, please DM @raghini.muralidharan I will continue to highlight charitable causes thru my #bake&sing sessions… each little bit counts, and together we can make a difference.”

Meanwhile, in a latest video, shared with her followers on social media the recipe for Thai red-curry. Andrea, who uploaded  photos and videos she cooking the curry, posted:  “I like to save my Thai curry leftovers and eat it later, over a bowl of rice noodles 🥰 it always tastes better the next day!”

Giving the recipe, the Viswaroopam actress, who is currently busy with Vijay’s Master and other projects, said, “My fave Thai red curry 👩🏻‍🍳 I love my curry with lots of flavor and lots of veggies 💗 A lot of people think they need fancy ingredients to make a good Thai curry, but I discovered some easy tricks on the Internet to make a restaurant style Thai curry @ home 🍜

1- use fresh garlic & ginger
2- sautee the veggies in butter & curry paste
2- don’t be stingy with coconut milk(I use 400 ml)
3- a little stock cube goes a long way! (Chicken or veg depending on the curry being made)
4- in the absence of fresh lemongrass, add two lemongrass sticks while the curry is simmering, they add a lot of aroma !
5- garnish with fresh coriander & spring onion, always packs a nice punch
I like to save my Thai curry leftovers and eat it later, over a bowl of rice noodles 🥰 it always tastes better the next day!”