Watch- MasterChef India’s Aruna Vijay Shares Delicious Recipes Post-Show

After MasterChef 7, Aruna Vijay from the reality show was the most active person on social media, where she shared delicious recipes with her fans. 

MasterChef India 7, the reality cooking show, has come to an end as the show has crowned its winner, Nayajyoti Saikia, on March 31, 2023. But the contestant and judge of the show are still in the limelight. Aruna Vijay is one of the most talked about contestants and has gotten a lot of limelight from the show. Ever since she came out of the show, she has been quite an active internet pet, and her fans are curious about her upcoming projects.

Post MasterChef India Aruna is very active on social media and frequently shares new recipes with her followers. And now she is a digital creator. She shares delicious recipes, videos, and photos every day to treat her fans. Recently, the celebrity chef shared a recipe video and taught her fans how to make orange cake with cream cheese. 

Meanwhile, on the show, she was heavily chastised by viewers for the judges’ favouritism. In an interview, she recently opened up about her journey and talked about trolls, how it felt when people trolling you, and how it affected her life.

She said, “Behind all the glamour of the show, I am a normal person who’s not used to all this. It really affected me very badly. There were times when I would call my husband and say I wanted to return home. I would cry myself to sleep, which affected my performance. My mind was so preoccupied that I couldn’t do my best. Even though people said I shouldn’t focus on the trolls, I couldn’t understand why people were judging me. They said I was only making South Indian food and had a simple presentation. But the food is so underrepresented that people didn’t even know half of the dishes I cooked. It was really tough, and it took me a lot of time to get over it. In the end, I feel any publicity is good publicity.”

Also read: MasterChef India 7: Aruna Vijay Reacts To Trolls Being Called Favouritism By Judges

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