My friend is a Tupperware distributor. Every month she regularly gives me the flyer she receives from them. My interest is not is on sale but what recipes are given there. J
I have copied quite a few of the recipes but this was for the first time tried one out.
Today I decided to try Rava Idlis. Well I do try them out regularly you may expect me to be an expert in making them but in actual fact we, the Rava idli and I do not agree. The Rava Idlis do not agree that and I am the boss and I expect them to turn out in a particular fashion.
Either the idlis are soggy or they are flat pancakes. So when these came out so beautiful I was thrilled.
When I was blogging with alphabets I had pored and pored over all the scraps of papers that I have collected in the last 25 years of my married life.
This is the time I discovered that some of the books that I have are unopened and unread. I know it’s a criminal waste but then I had made up my mind that I will be using them all.
The idea was catch hold of one book and make all the makeable (is that a word?) recipes.
So what better than Cooking from Cookbook Challenge
So I started with Cooking and more of Tarla Dalal. From this edition I have made Subzi and daal already but today’s target was Tilwale Aloo.
Wondering how my til got so big? For the person who does not know what til is its Sesame seeds.