Day #20 of The Ultimate Blog Challenge...You can read my other posts for the Challenge here :)
How's the weekend fellas?? Mine is too good.. I am really surprised that I am not keeping well (fever and some infection) yet I read all your posts last night, made the Funtoons for Friday and yet this morning as the fever continues I am still writing the Day 20 post!! How many times I have wanted to write something and left it just because I had a headache, or I was feeling sleepy or simply not in a mood and look at me today. It's just superb what this challenge has made me discover about myself. I mean I can actually write everyday, and I am enjoying it too ♥. And bloggers who have taken part in this challenge, especially the working folks look at you too, you deserve a trophy ♥♥
I have baked 2 cakes and I have loved it. But I wanted to learn baking for a long time and last month I got in touch with someone who could come home and teach. I had a class scheduled today, but did not cancel it mainly because this teacher has kids and she must have already arranged everything, so did not want to bother her. But I am glad I did not cancel. Her name is Malini and she is so nice and a professional when it comes to teaching. The best part was how careful she was not to waste any ingredients and how she stressed on using whatever equipments I had. Lovely time I had with her. Oh we made cookies today, chocolate chips cookie and almond cookie♥.
Now Ritchie is giving me stern looks because he wants me to hop on the bed and take a crocin, so I will quickly pen down today's recipe. You know sometimes you wake up a little late and you want to make a quick breakfast and not have cornflakes, this recipe is for times like that.
Step 1: Take Aatta (whole wheat flour) in a bowl. Add buttermilk and whip it to a consistency of a dosa or pancake batter.
Step 2: Add chopped onions, green chillies, salt, and whatever other masalas you want to add.
Step 3: Heat a dosa pan or a pancake pan and scoop the batter on the pan and spread it like you spread the dosa batter or the pancake batter. Once both sides are done, serve it with pickle or curd or nice hot tea.
You can also make the above with besan. When I made it for the first time as a quick breakfast for some friends I had made it using besan. And I thought that this was some innovative dish, but later one friend chipped in and said, 'Oh you are making Chillas?'. 'Oh is this called Chilla?' I asked her. That is how I discovered the name :D. Later I tried it with aatta and it turned out nice too.
Have a nice weekend guys... ♥♥♥
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