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Make your snack time a lip-smacking affair with Chef Shipra Khanna

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MUMBAI: Crack the code to snacking this February as premium lifestyle channel Living Foodz is set to launch ?Snack in the Box? with Chef Shipra Khanna. Starting February 26, the show marks Chef Shipra?s debut  on the channel and will unravel snack recipes with a twist!

Whether you're entertaining friends at home, running out of snack ideas for your kids, refueling in between a long work day, binge-watching your favourite show or simply crave a bite with your evening chai, ?Snack in the Box? presents a variety of ideas for quick, easy snacking. The 27 episode series will feature Indian, fusion, Japanese, Brazilian, Mediterranean snack recipes such as Brazilian fried pastry, Wasabi Almond Prawns, Oreo Popcorn, Malpua Waffles, Soya Samosa, Khumani ke Badaam ki Kachori, etc.

Chef Shipra is a renowned restaurateur,  consultant and author. Commenting on the show, she says  ?Snacking is something we all look forward to on a daily basis. ?Snack in the Box? is a show full of carefully curated recipes from around the globe, that are presented with a twist! It has something for every viewer- whether it is snacks for a party, your children?s lunch box or something that you?d like to munch on at work. The show will inspire viewers to try their hand at recipes which are extremely easy to make at home.?

Snack in the Box busts the myth that Indian snacks are loaded with calories. Chef Shipra demonstrates a variety of fresh, healthy snack options, which are a great alternative to packaged snacks.

Living Foodz, Business Head, Mr. Amit Nair says, ??Snack in the Box? will resonate with our audiences who lead a hectic lifestyle and seek ideas for innovative snacks that are wholesome, easy-to-prepare and can be consumed on-the-go. We are delighted to bring Chef Shipra and look forward to the launch. Her personality and creativity translates on screen and makes her a great host for the show.?

Tune in to Living Foodz every Monday to Wednesday  at 5:00 pm, starting February 26. Repeat telecasts air every Tuesday to Thursday at 2.30 PM and 7 PM.

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