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What General Kanwal Jeet Singh Dhillon is cooking on ‘Lazy Sunday’; internet calls it Dhillon’s Pizza

Kanwal Jeet Singh Dhillon, the Director-General of Defence Intelligence Agency and Deputy Chief of Integrated Defence Staff, shared a “fiery idea” on the microblogging website.

Dhillon shared the perfect lazy Sunday meal: “Flambé Pizza”. In the 36-second clip, the General was seen cooking the pizza himself.

“Flambé Pizza A Fiery Idea For A Lazy Sunday Indulgence,” he captioned the tweet.

Post this, a Twitter user wrote: “Sir, bura na manyo, baade pange lene ho tussi”, to this Dhillon wrote: “One of my best friend always says it in typically Punjabi style …. “Uppar ja ke jawab dena hai, so I don’t want to say ki phalana kamm taa keeta hi nahin”


Another user wrote: “That’s how Punjabis like their pizza… Superb”, Dhillon responded saying, “Punjabis will find a reason to add their fav ingredients in every dish any which way .., you wanted to say that”.

Source: The Tribune


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