Hello buddies, how is everybody doing, apologies for not blog hopping as frequently an avidly i used to do earlier but i promise promise to get back my pace and multitask as many of you amazing ladies have been doing without any complaints, yes i will not complain because iam loving this hulchul in my life, something i have been longing for more than 6 months.
I have never been used to sitting idle, hence came this blog, and then this job, you know theres something i wouls love to share with you guys, i have this great crush on two of my seniors in my job, hehe.. iam so happy nobody knows about this blog, and iam enjoying this crush season after ages it seems, else i used to get this feeling that i have become an old lady. On a serious note, the work environment is good, and iam getting to learn a lot, and the best part is me n hubby dear have new variety and interesting stuffs to discuss post job hours.
Now coming to Taste & Create, its been such a pleasure to be a part of it for the second time and i hope i participate regularly as long as possible., for those who dont know about this one, its an event where Nicole deligently pairs up two bloggers and each one of them has to cook up something from the others blog, the best thing i like about this event is that it makes you explore the most of your partners blog which otherwise you would never do, well i might get lazy that ways, this time i was paired with a logger fren Medhaa, yeah the sweet n simple medha with an extra A, yes the Medhaa who cooks with love, the one stop blog for sindhi cooking, and healthy and different yummyy cuisines, i love her sindhi creations, but because of time constraint i had to choose something simple, and what can be better than the simplest comfort food, and healthy of course, chilro in sindhi, cheela in hindi, gram flour pancakes for the rest.
Cheela have been my favorite since college days when a fren from UP had tought me how to make these and how do they eat them, otherwise i never knew what are these, this seemed something similar to our southindian adais but was a pleasant change. Since then i have been a fan of cheela, have had many variations and loved it even more every time.
So here i go i tried Medhaas Chilro, 'the quick n simple, healthy comfort food' my only variation was i added some vegetables to it, like grated carrot, red and green capsicums finely chopped, spring onions and some chat masala and pickel oil for that tang, enjoy this quick cheela as breakfast, lunch or dinner, with some pickel and curd as accompaniants.