Crocheted Robinhood Mask
Do you know that
Robin‘s last name was Locksley? Do you know that initial price on Robin’s head was 100 gold pieces?
Do you know that band of fellow outlaws was called ‘
Merry Men‘? Do you know that Robinhood was outlawed for the first time, for poaching a deer?
Crocheted Robinhood Mask
Enough facts about Robinhood. Just enjoy the mask, like my kids did on this
Otu Singh with Flower Handbag
Flowers flower everywhere….. who doesn’t love Flowers? Here is a Flower Handbag for my baby Otu Singh.
Do you know that Flowers first appeared 140
million years ago. Before that, ferns and cone bearing trees dominated the earth? Do you know that several centuries ago in
Holland, tulips were more valuable than gold? Do you know that Broccoli is actually a flower?
Do you know that Bamboos produce flowers once every few years. And when they do, all flowers of the same species bloom at exactly the same time?
More Power to Flowers!!!
Flower Handbag by Jyoti Singh
Keema is my son Otu’s favorite. He really loves his non vegetarian food. Even now he is drooling all over by just watching the pics of Keema 😛
Let’s go ahead and cook Mutton Keema now.
1 lbs Mutton minced
1 Big Onion finely chopped
3 Green Chillis chopped/sliced as you prefer
3 Tomatoes thinly sliced
1 tbsp Ginger Garlic Paste
1/4 Cup Yogurt
1 tbsp julienne Ginger
½ tbsp Cumin
1 tbsp Red Chili Powder
½ tbsp Turmeric Powder
1 tbsp Coriander Powder
½ tbsp Garam Masala Powder
Salt as per taste
2 tbsp Fenugreek Leaves
3 tbsp Oil/Butter
Heat oil in a pan and add onions and Ginger Garlic paste, and cook till onions turn golden brown.
Add minced Mutton to it, and cook on until it change it’s color. Add salt now.
Add tomatoes, yogurt and all the spices.
Cook till tomatoes are cooked perfectly and oil leaves the sides.
Add fenugreek leaves, julienne ginger pieces and green chillies.
Cook for 3 more minutes and done.
Garnish with mint/cilantro and julienne ginger.
This recipe does not take much time to cook; is delicious, and nutritional too. A winner all the way. 🙂
P.S. My cooking is experimental. You will find many similar and different recipes, but the idea is to explore your food and do experiments with it. and Experiences 🙂 Enjoy Cooking Experiments
Milk Peda for Rakhi
I love actually I love all the sweets (except those made with besan) 😐 Pedas…. Yumm….
Yesterday was Rakhi ( Rakshabandhan), a festival where a sister ties a Rakhi, bond of love, to her brother’s wrist. I don’t like the notion that Rakhis are for protection, but I rather think, that they are a gesture of love between siblings. So, in my household, not only Tisha ties Rakhi to her Brothers, Otu & Renne’s hand, but boys too tie a Rakhi to Tisha’s wrist. More power to Love. ❤
I cherish these moments.
I cherish Milk Peda too…. so coming back to the recipe. 😉
Heat ghee in a pan.
Add condensed milk to it and mix slowly.
When ghee is properly mixed with condensed milk, add Milk powder gently.
Mix well, so that no lumps are formed.
Check for consistency and add some milk if required.
Cook until mixture start leaving the sides (you can use microwave too).
Mix cardamon powder, and let it cool for few minutes.
Grease your hands with ghee or butter and roll the mixture into small balls.
Press in the middle gently and garnish with Pistachios or any other nut of your choice.
All done. 😀
Milk Pedas are done and I am ready for celebrating Rakshabandhan.
Do tell me what is your favorite recipe for festivals? 🙂
P.S. My cooking is experimental. You will find many similar and different recipes, but the idea is to explore your food and do experiments with it. Enjoy Cooking Experiments and Experiences 🙂