I panic when I don’t see such feelings expressed by Konda. She is least bothered that today is Monday. Maybe she gets upset that her holiday was over. Talking about holidays, Peddu on getting up on Sunday morning exclaimed and proclaimed that it was a holiday to them and we ought to go to “Ooru”. Hubby dear sorely regrets ever taking them out every other weekend. The result was, though he managed an escape for a while, back home he ended up taking us for a tour around the city. In the end, Peddu wasn’t happy that he wasn’t taken for a tour. Well, we can’t have everything to our liking or so we told. Not that a soon to be 3 kid will understand that!
Coming back to my satisfied state, I was happy getting more than couple of dishes ready this weekend. It’s far better than what work had progressed during the past months. Naturally, it really got me happy. Not only was I able to get to make a dish that I ate as a child, it was liked by Konda. What more can I ask for? Yes, that’s for the book. So naturally the positive response from her made me extremely happy.
Over the weekend I have reminded again of the fact that I have been lagging in the post on Indian Basics. I actually planned on doing one per week. Not sure where all those weeks have gone. Can you believe today gets us to the middle of the month!
And what’s more, I totally forgot that my Spice your Life completed 1 year this month! Though I haven’t been able to spend or write so much as I did in this blog, I really love that quality information that I was able to get from my Dad. The posts may be less, but it packs more value than I can think.
As it seems customary to celebrate an occasion with something worth remembering, I have announced an event. Please do check it out and join in!
Coming back to our post for today, it’s all making Rice flour at home. I know getting a ready made flour makes life much simpler, but I am all for making it at home. One thing is you get really fresh flour. Second is you get more and of course, third is the satisfaction that you ground it at home. I know all these because I was really thrilled knowing I was making it at home. I always remember Amma making it at home. And I always thought that way wasn’t mine. But guess what I simply loved to feel that damp rice flour as it got ground in the mixer!
Making flour at home is so convenient as it only takes about 15 mins to soak and another 15 mins to dry. And your dish is bound to come out tasty.
I leave you here, wishing for a great week ahead. Of course, do take a look at my Spice your Life and join in the fun!