Friday, 18 April 2014

Happy Easter

Happy Easter everyone!

A baking project for me today, making savoury muffins, which turned out great and perhaps a refinement is needed to make it more o´so delicious. And I love green :D

Friday, 11 April 2014

Thank you note - 5

Dont you love the tomato chutney? Though this time, I cant taste any spiciness, maybe she had wiped the spiciness off totally but it was still good.

Thanks for coming today, even it was raining. To the main chef for this month, Swathi thanks for the great dhokla and tasty chutney. Sanna for being the cashier-lady, I have enjoyed to work with you for the first time. A good coffee for us tomorrow ya. To the people who brought or dragged their friend(s) along, bring more next time. And see you again, next month on 16.5 :)

homemade masala chai latte

Monday, 7 April 2014

Rava Dhokla

Hello there, how is it going?

So I have found our main chef for this friday, all the way from India, well she has been living in finland for 2 years now and she is going to prepare us the main course, a dish called Dhokla which I have no idea as well. But today, I got to taste it for the first time, with tomato chutney...mmm. I love the chili-kick in it but I know it might be already too spicy for some people, so we are going to reduce the spiciness. But have you ever waken up in the morning by chili? heh :D

Dhokla is a vegetarian food that originates from the indian state of Gujarat. It is made with fermented batter derived from rice and chickpea splits. However, there are different kinds of dhokla prepared with different kind of ingredients. Rava Dhokla is prepared with semolina. It can be eaten for breakfast, as a main course, 
as a side dish or as a snack.

Breakfast menu 11.4