Harbhajan Singh puts on chef’s hat and prepares delicious steak Kilker News

Harbhajan Singh puts on chef’s hat and prepares delicious steak Kilker News

In his time, the legendary spinner Harbhajan Singh can win Indian games on his own. We have been turning the ball around for almost two decades, sending the best batsman to the pack. Did you know that spinning the ball wasn’t his only Talent? Yes, Turbanator can also use a kitchen spoon to prepare a delicious chole as seen in his last Instagram post on Friday morning. Bhajjik, a well-known friend of his and Cricket Circle, shared a video of him cooking in the kitchen. Place the finely chopped onion in the pan with the oil. Then some tomatoes and spices were added. Then add the boiled chicken to the pot and stir in the preparation. There you have it. Chef Harbhajan Singh is ready to cook.

Reacting to this new avatar of Bhaji, one of his fans said, “Good morning, chef.”

Also, another wrote “Paji special dish”.

Some have found the item “sweet”.

At the time of writing, the message had already garnered more than 15,000 likes and people were praising “Chef Bhajji” for his culinary talent.

Harbhajan Singh, who plays for the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the Indian Premier League (IPL), will return to work in the Returns T20 tournament in September.

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Needless to say, they have a lot of responsibility on their shoulders as they are fighting for seventh place in the KKR points table. At the behest of captain Eoin Morgan they managed to win only 2 of the seven matches.

Meanwhile, the Indian Cricket Control Commission (BCCI) has announced that it intends to complete the rest of the IPL matches in the BAC and has said that the decision has been taken due to the Indian Monsoon season (September-October).


“We made this decision to do an IPL in the UAE because it will be monsoon and it will not be feasible to play matches here in September and that is why we are bringing an IPL to the BAC,” BCCI Secretary Jay Shah told the news agency. OSO.

Speaking about the T20 World Championships scheduled for October in India, Shah said the management will only decide after a discussion with the International Cricket Council (ICC).

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