Now I'm busy trying to fit in my new job.
After this trip, our food habits have also changed a bit. We like a lot of salads, fries, nuts, coke, granola bars, hazelnut latte from starbucks, lots of chicken, burgers, pizzas, cheese, mayo, ranch sauce.....!!
Out pf all this junk, the good thing is that I'm inspired to try out different cuisines at home.
So let's move on to today's recipe. When my husband landed back in India, I wanted to cook something he really loves for breakfast and he surely would have missed it in US. I decided to make hot Idlis with our famous Chettinad chicken curry.
The specialty of Chettinadu curry is choosing the perfect quantity & roasting and grinding the masala items. But trust me it's easy and worth the time it takes to roast and grind (which is just 10 mins)