After the first guest post by Meena, here is another guest post. I am sure Hasna of Kachus Delights needs no introduction. She has a blog with yummy recipes, especially a long list of cakes and palaharangal (sweet dishes). Her’s was one of the first blogs that I had got so excited about, mainly because it had cuisine from my HD’s side, which he adores. I’ve tried a couple of her recipes and all have come good. She is now my friend of FB too.
After starting this blog, I wanted to ask some of my favorite bloggers for guest posts and she was one of the first that I asked for and that materialized. It just happened that Meena responded so quickly that she became first in the race. 🙂 When Hasna asked me what recipe I would prefer, I told her that even though I would be happy with anything that she gives, I would prefer something traditional. She immediately suggested this absolutely famous sweet dish from her place. Frankly speaking, I haven’t had this because we don’t make this at my place. But just looking at the pictures, I am salivating. I seriously have to take up this challenge of making this for tea once.
It is said that Muttamala and Pinjanthappam are served for the puthiyappalas (bride grooms) during the initial days of marriage. Each time they visit their wife’s home, this is one of the specialties prepared by the mother-in-laws and served specially for them. Actually speaking, if I start talking about how much grooms are pampered in Hasna’s side of Kerala, I think I will not go to this guest post!!! 😀 So off to this lovely friend of mine… 🙂
|I could just have it now… Sigh!!!|
It didn’t take a minute for me to decide , when I saw Rafeeda’s mail asking me to do a guest post for her. I’ve been really busy for the past couple of years, that is, soon after I’ve started a blog. I was sitting bored, completely free as both my kids were grown a bit . That’s when I decided to start a blog. But then came my li’l Nawal who made me completely busy. So couldn’t really connect with my fellow bloggers. I’ve a very few blogger friends and Rafeeda is one among them.-an upcoming blogger and a very soft person at heart!! Her recipes are easy to follow and simple to try out! My wishes always with u dear!
Prepare the sugar syrup.
By the way, if you are a resident of UAE or have people over there, then do check out her first event – Mummy Ka Magic, where she wants you all to link in recipes that remind you of your mother. She has a giveaway, which she has kept as a surprise!!! 🙂 Do not forget to check that as well…