It’s a Saturday again. I always wonder when I used to have this series every week, till I decided to make it every two weeks, the hectic pace of posting is still the same! Is it proof to the fact that time is running at a speed which none of us can fathom? Oh yes, really!!! Each second Saturday arrives in a jiffy and I am always hurrying up to do the intros and ensure that all posts are on time!!! 🙂
This week, we have another sweet blogger friend, who I have come across through my recent interactions. None other than Sangeetha, who blogs at Eat n Eat Little More. An Indian blogger based in Germany, who is a pure vegetarian. When I received an email from her regarding guest posting, I definitely spread my hands out wide. She was actually worried if the dish she was giving me was closer to another guest post that appeared in this series a couple of months ago! 🙂 There is one thing with cooking – we all may make the same humble peas pulao, but just because of something in our hands that the Almighty has gifted differently for each of us despite putting the same ingredients and same quantities, everybody’s peas pulao tastes different!!! Agree to me or not? So I told her, not to worry, especially when her recipe is totally different! So sweet she is, na? 🙂
One thing I have to admit – she does mention on her blog that despite eating being her passion, she’s slim. I’ve to tell you Sangee, I am jealous of you. I really wish I was like you, hog on and not put on weight!!! 😛 Jokes apart, let’s move on to what she has to say, as being my guest for this fortnight…
Through blogging I got many co-bloggers now as my friends, have come in contact with many of them through social media especially Facebook recently. Just few days back I had a chat with one of my co-blogger Rafeeda A R aka Rafee. I was very much interested to send a guest post to her and see it up in her space. No need to explain about her. In fact almost many bloggers will be knowing about her. I usually see many guest posts coming up almost biweekly. I truly appreciate her for the dedication, being a working mother with kids to look after, isn’t a small job. Her space is so very full with varieties from around the world. I really enjoy reading the recipes up in her space, I’m a vegetarian but still I enjoy reading each post of hers no matter what she posts. I like to read out the initial part up till the ingredients if it is a non vegetarian recipe, else I go through fully. Reason behind reading that initial paragraph is due to the absolute simple way she puts up what she wants to tell. That definitely either has humor or emotion involved in it. I love her blog and her write ups. I loved her blog name too. Even I have a very big sweet tooth and love to gobble up any number of sweetmeats. That is very much evident from my space with the umpteen number of desserts.
ease. I was very busy with my life when I was in India with job that I used to end up coming so late sometimes home that my better half would prepare for me a simple dinner and wait. Some days he used to get me readymade batter for dosas and keep in refrigerator so that I don’t go office empty stomach. But now things have changed a lot, after we came to Germany, I started to stay at home as I had to give time to my daughter who is growing up and hence gave my career a break. Now that I’m a stay at home mom, I have to spend my time in daily chores, looking after my kid asks for more nutritious food at all the times. Hence started my experiments in my kitchen with varied ways and ingredients in cooking. Thus came into existence Eat n Eat Little More. My blog is like a reference for me, whenever I want to know measurements if at all I have doubts I just go to my space. It is like a cookbook.
Today I’m here to guest post a simple recipe in one of my favourite blog, i.e Rafee’s The Big Sweet Tooth. The dish I decided to be up in her space is Sweet Corn Rice. Here I share the recipe.
double the amount of water say for 1 cup add 2 cups of water and 1 tsp. of oil and salt to taste for 1 whistle. Once pressure releases, spread on a plate so that hey cool down completely. You could very well use left over rice too.
onions and sauté till transparent.
required at this stage. Sprinkle lemon juice onto it and give a mix.