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Last week I spent five days in Delhi with my food blogger friends and enjoyed it so much. I will be writing about my adventures in Delhi in a while. As I was away from home, I didn’t even check my blog for the last seven days. After coming back, I was so tired, I couldn’t again sit to write in the blog. Today I am back to my dieting and love to share with you a very important drink which we have been drinking for the past 45 days.
This month’s Bread Bakers host Mayuri of Mayuri’s Jikoni wanted us to make pancakes. And it can be a regular one or from any part of the world. When I was browsing through the blogs, I found that there are so many types of pancakes around the world and even our dosas come under the same category. I was looking for easy recipes and as it involves maida, I wanted to make a small batch. I saw the Greek version of pancakes usually served with honey. When I read the recipes, I found there were two recipes for the tiganites. One is like the usual pancake made with flour, milk and eggs but the other one was made with yeast and had no eggs. So I chose to make the yeasted tiganites.
It has been such a long time since I made a video in m YouTube channel. Though I had this video clipping ready before a month, I couldn’t find time to edit it and upload it. And also I my blog is giving me so many problems for the past two weeks. Even now I have some problem regarding YouTube and so I couldn’t attach the video here. I will give the link to the video below so that you can check it on my channel. I am trying really hard to rectify it.
After baking with two ingredients, I am making a traditional recipe for the third day. For this week of BM, the theme is quite interesting. Two bloggers exchange ingredients through mail and we are supposed to cook with the ingredients which we received. I was paired with PJ and the third ingredient she sent me was the mixed millet rava. When I saw the rava, I knew that it was millet rava, but I couldn’t say which millet. So I asked PJ and she told that it is mixed millet rava. It is a nutritious ingredient and I was thinking about recipes I could use it for.
For the second day of mini bakes, I chose to do mini bread rolls. Usually kids like rolls that are buttery and soft, and it is rare that kids like those artisan breads which is so crusty. My daughter loves those crusty breads. When I first made the crusty bread, I was not sure whether I need to serve it for hubby and Sruti. Hubby didn’t like it as I predicted, but Sruti loved it so much. I don’t know how she likes these types of rolls, but she loves to have it with nutella/ peanut butter/ jam. When I saw the recipe I didn’t even think twice as I have a huge fan at home.