Maneet Chauhan Reveals the One Dish She Never Makes at Home
Her favorite cake flavor:
"A cake I make: Lychee mango cake. But I don’t discriminate against cake."
Her favorite pie flavor:
Her ultimate guilty pleasure food:
"It's usually liquid, like copious amounts of wine."
Her favorite meal (breakfast, lunch or dinner):
"Any meal cooked by somebody else."
Her favorite ice cream flavor:
Something she always orders out, but never makes at home:
Her go-to late night snack:
The one thing she could eat for the rest of her life:
"Simple, homecooked food."
The best cooking advice she's ever gotten"
"Don't be afraid."
Maneet Chauhan grew up cooking in India and, after studying hotel administration, she now appears as a frequent judge on Chopped. Find out more on Food Network.
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