I really really really really made these. I am surprised too!
The hubby hasn’t still got back from his official trip. So the kids are kind of moody today. The school has given them a Diwali holiday, and I am trying to entertain them as best I can. They helped me make these.
Over the years, during Diwali, we always got or bought sweets. Since the kids have grown up and I am not working anymore, I had no excuse left. And these are the results.
I cut my finger ,the first thing in the morning today. I don’t remember exactly how. I just remember a broken ceramic teacup , a deep cut and a lot of blood.
Diwali could have been better. But it wasn’t all that bad either. How was yours?
Yeah Yeah… I know its no big deal. EVERYONE bakes. But you see this is my space and I get to brag here.
I have thrown out two boxes of Betty Crocker’s Cake mixes that passed the expiry date. That’s how lazy I am!
My daughter fell in love with its taste at my friends dinner get together. She has been pestering me to finally bake it. So I bought a fresh pack recently. And today I forced myself to bake it. And believe me , it is the easiest thing I have ever made in the Kitchen. And it tastes yummy. I think the one we tasted at my friend’s place had the chocolate cream too in the box. This one didn’t. But I am sure this will taste perfect as brownies with Vanilla or Butterscotch Ice creams.
Do you know that Chocolate is therapeutic? Yeah, I am pretty sure somebody has researched that!
P. S : Next Time, I am making the mix myself. Never thought Baking can bring so much joy!
Spring onions – 2
Maggi curry flavor – 2
Eggs – 4
Pepper – 1/4 teaspoon
Turmeric Powder – 1/4 teaspoon
Urad dal – 1/4 teaspoon
Mustard seeds – 1/4 teaspoon
Curry leaves – 4-5
Oil – 2 tablespoon
Water – 3 cups
1. Heat oil in a pan. Add mustard seeds, urad dal and curry leaves. When they splutter, add chopped spring onions and sauté for a while. Add water and bring to a boil. Add the Maggi noodles. While it cooks add in the curry sachets and mix well. When the water dries up, remove from flame.
2. Beat the eggs in a bowl. Add in the spices and salt and blend it well. Heat oil in a pan. Add the egg mixture and scramble the eggs.
Serve both these on a plate, place a fork and continue watching cricket in less than 15 mins.
(There was no point to this effort at saving time, KTK lost. And what a loss it was! )