For traditional recipes from the Mysore region and food from all over, with ramblings about life and kids thrown in the mix.
Picture is dftnly better,zoom in on what you are trying to show! Looks mouthwatering! will check out the recipe! Happy Diwali and are you entering the Diwali Jihva event round up?Details are at the end of Rajma!Good job, Vani!:)
Akki roti looks good vani. I just read ur recipe and it sounds interesting with carrots and curds. I haven't made this but have tasted this in one of my friend's house but she did not include any veggies..it was just plain rice flour roti. Urs looks good and will try it sometime. thanks for the recipe.
hi vani,thanx for visiting..happy diwali to you also..
Hi Vani , I have tagged u for a meme. Play it if u like . thanks.Check out my blog for this. http://premascookbook.blogspot.com/
Aha - I had seen a recipe for this on Asha's blog - haven't tried it yet...
Asha - Happy Diwali to you too! NOt sure yet if I'll enter for the Jihva event. If I or mom makes something special then I will.Prema - This recipe is pretty simple and it tastes so good! Will definitely take up your tag.Shruti - do visit again! Nee - do try this recipe. It is one of my favourites and it really is simple!
Hey Vani,Yumm! I love Akki roti but I dont make it as often as I would like. Wish I could stop over at your place for mom's hand made akki roti ;-) Nothing to beat that taste.Sometime back you had asked me on my blog what I use to polish my silver. Sorry I did nto get a chance to reply earlier. I was so busy that I forgot I wanted to reply. I use a liquid called Tarn-X. It is usually available in Home Depot or Lowes. It is pretty strong. All u have to do is dip your silver item in the liquid and wash thouroughly with soap. Make sure u wear gloves when u work with the liquid.Happy DiwaliCheersLatha
Thanks for tip on silverware, Latha! I have tried different things but none of them seem to get the lustre back. Happy Diwali to you too!
Post a Comment