Weekend was F.U.N, you can read between lines or letters. But then I am kidding, Saturday went well and Sunday went off without a hint, meaning it was so hectic that none of us had a moment to breath! I really salute those teachers who man 40 toddlers! Imagine your plight if you got to oversee 40 smart zippy kids who are always one step ahead you and you a grown up adult left wondering how to outsmart them, no chance.
Anyway hubby dear finally what one has to do. He took them to shop and bribed them with toys. All three came back with a big bag which had a Rail Engine, Aeroplane, a smaller aeroplan, and another car. They were so occupied with it that they didn't know we went missing for 30 mins. And they even slept with it on them. Believe me they got up twice at night, to ensure their new toys were within reach. Boys I tell you..
As for a recipe for the day, I am revisiting my Burgers, hope you enjoy the pictures. I recently posted this recipe on Beyond Curries, wanted to share it with all of you.
Vegetarian Burgers Indian Style
Burger buns - 4 nos
Onions Rings - 8 slices
Tomato Rings - 5 -6
Shredded Cabbage as per taste
White Sauce - 1 cup
Cheese Slices - 4
Potato Peas Patties - 4 nos
Tomato Sauce - 3 tbsp
Red Chili flakes - 1 tsp (opt)
Method to prepare:
To assemble to burger.
Slice the burger bun through the middle,
Spread the inner sides with white sauce liberally.
On the lower slice, place a cheese slice, sprinkle some tomato sauce if you like.
Press one Patty firmly on it.
Then place the onion slices, Actually you can separate the rings and use less. But I like to munch on the entire slice as such!
Next goes the tomato slices, then the shredded cabbage, Sprinkle the tomato sauce again!
Finally place the top bun slice back on this and press down firmly so that they stick together!
Optionally you can sprinkle Red Chili flakes for extra kick!
- White Sauce can be prepared ahead of time and stored.
- Same goes for Patties too. And you can make any vegetable into a patti. Make in batches and refrigerate it for 2 -3 days. Make it on demand for the kids.