Final post on the Series Lock down Learning.
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
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
We had a long weekend in the end of February for the National and Liberation day of Kuwait. Of many things that we had planned, picnic to Wafra was one. We visited Yasmin Farms, owned by the same family as the renowned wholesale supermarket, The Sultan Center in Kuwait. The farm is widely spread across … Continue reading Picnic to Yasmin Farms, Wafra
Gone are days when cakes were sold only in bakeries and patisseries. These days many of the homes have an oven and cakes, breads, muffins, etc have become a regular affair. Baking is already well-sought option as a business that can be done from one's own kitchen and a minimum investment. Today's post is about … Continue reading Chat with Pink Oven
Potato Fry with a ground masala of shallots, giner and garlic.
Farmers Market in Kuwait!!??? Okay, may be they sell only Dates, you think? I thought so too until I visited the place. Kuwait is a very small country by landscape located in the Arabian Peninsula. It is one of the biggest exporters of oil in the world. The source of water is the Arabian Sea and … Continue reading Farmers Market, Kuwait