People all over the world have been enthralled by Indian cuisine. Idli and Tikka are two of US Vice President Kamala Harris’ favourite Indian dishes. Mindy Kaling, an actor, and producer, shared she likes making Dosa at home, and Padma Lakshmi shared her all-time favourite, Tamarind Rice.

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The appreciation for Indian food isn’t limited to Indians living abroad, as evident by a newly viral video. Deepinder, an Indian chef, who is competing in Australia’s most popular reality cooking show Masterchef, wowed the judges on the show by preparing a delectable home-style Tiffin meal.

The video, which was shared on IGTV by the official Masterchef Australia account, has already received over 141k views. In the 2 minutes, 16-second clip the Indian chef Deepinder is seen explaining to the judges her idea behind the meal as they taste it.

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She made a Tiffin-style lunch, which consisted of many dishes perfectly arranged on a single plate. Deepinder prepared Chickpea Curry, also known as Chhole, Cauliflower-stuffed Paranthas, Kadhai Paneer, stir-fried rice with crispy Okra chips, and her grandmother’s pickle formula.

The Masterchef Australia judges tasted chef Deepinder’s dishes and couldn’t stop themselves from praising her. They particularly enjoyed the pickle she made using her grandmother’s recipe. 

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“Keep cooking with the same emotion,” said judge Andy Allen. Deepinder became teary-eyed when she told the judges that this was the food she had grown up eating and that she usually made at home.

Judge Melissa Leong playfully asked Deepinder if they can come over to her house. The judges also suggested she open a restaurant, which would serve this type of food, to which Deepinder said, “That’s the plan!”

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