To start with, I’m sorry I haven’t posted much recently but I am actually in the middle of packing for my sadden and soon relocation to Amsterdam, The Netherlands. This means my current cooking is sort of limited and basic, however I will try to share some nice recipes with you that don’t involve much time and many ingredients and still can make one’s mouth water. These days I have been using a lot of stuff I have in my kitchen cupboards and I have been trying to cook something from nothing. I hope you will like my little abra cadabra food 🙂
As far as my fashion notes are concerned, I will do my best to post some of my new shopping treasures and style comments alternately with my food entries.
I will be grateful if you still remain faithful readers, even though, I will probably be a less active blogger in the upcoming weeks.
Chapati bread – my first super simple Indian side dishes that involves only three basic ingredients, which you always find at home.
You will need:
250 g wholemeal flour
1 teaspoon salt
200 ml water (approx.)
Place the flour and salt in a bowl. Make a well in the centre, gradually stir in the water and work to a soft supple dough (use a wooden spoon). Knead 10 minutes, then cover and leave in a cool place for 30 minutes. Knead again very thoroughly, then divide into 12 pieces. Roll out each piece on a floured surface into a thin round pancake.
Lightly grease a frying pan with a little oil and cook chapati over a medium heat until blisters appear. Turn and cook the other slide until lightly coloured. Remove from the pan and keep warm while coking the rest. If desired, brush with a little butter on one side and serve warm.