Aloha! From Maui – Hawaii!
It’s been a busy happy week for us. Our daughter graduated with double majors in History and Anthropology! What a ceremony and what a delightful time for us proud parents. A huge bunch of us attended her graduation – her grandparents, brother, parents and her many many loyal friends. We hooted and cheered, and of course, her dad n me wept quite openly.
Will post pictures soon……! It’s all in the camera right now, and we are vacationing in Hawaii!
It’s a recipe from Rekha once more. Rekha of the serene nature and yummy cooking!
The recipe is really tedious for the first time. But once you make it (and you will – again and again, I promise you), it will become easier and easier.
The trick is in the dough. Once you have got that right, everything falls into place as easily as a beer in a glass.
She made it on a plastic surface, but she said using a banana leaf gives amazing results. “The flavour of the leaf seeps in”, she said.
I have given the measurement for the water, but each flour behaves differently from the other. Some soak up too much water, while others use less. Use the water little at a time, till you get the right consistency. I have put up images and videos for the same.
Without further ado – here is the recipe.