Final post on the Series Lock down Learning.
Easy Vegan/Vegeterian Recipe with Beetroot that goes well with rice, idli and dosai. Could be used as a dip too.
Never in my wildest dreams, I have thought one day I would write a blog post on books! The 18 months old toddler at home has read more books than me and my husband has read in our whole lives, so far. So, I thought of writing a few words on how it all began … Continue reading How did we become the #bookparents
When I searched YouTube for the recipe of Sathumaavu Biscuits, the first link to pop up was from a channel named "Adhium Naanum". The minute the video began, there was a smile on my face because the host spoke Kongu Tamizh! Stanley used to make fun of me that my face would brighten up by … Continue reading Sathumaavu Biscuits
Kuwait is not Saudi Arabia nor Dubai. Kuwait is a separate country in the Middle East. It’s not fast and trending as Dubai but also it is not mandatory for all women to wear a burqa/hijab like they do in Saudi. Making this clear because that is what I am most asked about. Yeah we … Continue reading It’s been 5 years in Kuwait
Hello there! Hope you’re all now used to the new normal and staying safe. It’s been ages since I logged into WordPress and I thought I will keep the blog alive with a post. I am giving details of the products that were of great use during the first year of Adhiyan. I, like every … Continue reading Baby Products that we loved during the first year of Adhiyan
This is my first blog post after Adhiyan and it happened to be a sweet dish. After a good 5 months at my parents home I am back in Kuwait. Having left the fully loaded pantry with the husband has resulted in many unopened packets of groceries. Had to finish them at the earliest before … Continue reading Peanut Ladoo
Kothamalli / Fresh Coriander leaves thokku is a pickle like chutney that will stay good for a week or two when refrigerated. The thokku goes well with all tiffin items like Idli, dosai, paniyaram,etc. It requires a handful of ingredients that are regularly available in the kitchen. This is our family favorite and Amma makes … Continue reading Kothamalli Thokku
Craft has always been part of my pastime since my childhood. I used to create greeting cards using chart papers, newspapers and pictures from magazines. Hand embroidery was taught in-house as my grandma used to do extensively. Somehow in the work-life marathon I couldn't do much after I moved to Kuwait. Got a perfect time-off … Continue reading DIY – Painted Canvas & Storage box
Ragi Pakoda is one of my favorite tea time snacks. Tastes good and comparatively easy to make when compared to bajji/bonda. Doesn't need a side dish and perfect for rainy evenings with cup of cardamom/ginger tea! What you need Ragi flour - 1.5 cups Onions - 1 thinly sliced Dry chilies - 2 Curry leaves … Continue reading Ragi Pakoda