'Gone in 60 seconds': Sachin Tendulkar thanks daughter Sara for making this 'fabulous' dish
New Delhi | Jagran Sports Desk: Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar recently took to Instagram to flaunt the cooking skills of his daughter Sara Tendulkar. Sara made beetroot Kababs for her daddy Sachin. Sharing the pictures on his Instagram account, the Indian batting legend said that it took him just 60 seconds to empty the plate.
"Gone in 60 seconds! Thanks for the fabulous beetroot kebabs @saratendulkar," the 47-year-old wrote in caption while sharing the pictures on Instagram.
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This is not the very first time that Sara has taken over the kitchen to flatter her father with delicacies.
Previously she had prepared a 'Tabbouleh.' Tabbouleh is a Lebanon salad made of herbs like mint, parsley, and veggies like onion tomato seasoned with olive oil, black pepper, or semolina. In the Instagram story, Tendulkar wrote, "this was over before we could say Tabbouleh."
It seems that Sachin is having a nice time with the daughter and family amid the coronavirus lockdown as his daughter Sara is not leaving any stone unturned to pamper the batting legend with the best recipes out there.
Sachin Tendulkar is one of the Indian cricketers who doesn't require any introduction. The right handed batsman is already world-famous for his unbeatable records. Tendulkar took retirement from International cricket in 2013, by then, his sports career had seen many golden victories.
Tendulkar owes several historic records like, he is the only batsman in the world who has bagged 'a hundred 100s in International cricket,' 'First male cricketer in the world who has scored double centuries in ODI.'
Sachin also holds a record in test matches, he has scored 15,921 runs at an average of 53.78 with 51 centuries and 68 half-centuries.
With such historic records, the gentleman happens to be one of the most generous sports celebs, he recently donated a sum of 25 lakh rupees in PM Care Fund to help the country fight against the novel COVID-19, that has badly hit the world.
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